Former House of Hoops coaches Reggie Shaw and Hayden Peterson are excited to open up Triple Threat as the most unique basketball training program in Southern Utah. With the closing of the House of Hoops training facility Reggie and Hayden saw a need for a new premier training program in St. George. As they began building a new basketball program they wanted to create an experience that would not only help the kids on the court but off of the court as well. Through their coaching experiences they believe that the can develop all of their players skills to help them get to the next level on the court. They also believe that through helping these kids improve their GPA and get involved in community activates that their athletes will be prepared for life off of the court.
Reggie was most recently the director and head coach at the House of Hoops training facility. He graduated from Bear River High School in 2005, and from Dixie State University in 2016. He recently moved to St. George from Northern Utah, where he was the Director and General Manager at the XSI factory in Lehi, Utah (70,000 sq. feet sports complex). He has been a coach at the Jimmer Fredette Camp, IM possible camp, and Gordon Hayward camp the last 3 years. He is also a mentor at the NBPA top 100 basketball camp every summer where he interacts with the best high school players and coaches in the Nation. Reggie has been training young athletes for nearly 10 years and is excited to bring new opportunities for youth basketball players in St. George.
Hayden was most recently the assistant coach and head of advanced training at the House of Hoops training facility. He graduated from South Summit High School and is currently attending Dixie State University. Hayden has been training young basketball players for 3 years including individual training with some of the top High School players in the Region. He brings a lot of energy to the court and loves helping young basketball players succeed. Hayden is excited to be joining Triple Threat Basketball and is looking forward to helping kids succeed on and off the court.