Head Varsity Coach
Entering his 8th year as the Head Basketball Coach at Summit, Jon is excited about building upon the success and momentum from the past seven seasons. Jon attended Eastlake High School in Seattle where he competed in both Basketball and Track and Field. On the Basketball team he was a three year Varsity starter, two year Captain, holds the school record for both assists in a season and in a career, and guided his team to the Final Four of the State Tournament. As a Javelin thrower Jon competed in the State Meet two years and won the State Championship in 1998. Following High School, Jon attended Duke University where he studied Political Science and Religion. While at Duke he was part of the Track and Field team and was a regular “Cameron Crazie” at the basketball games.
Coach Frazier began coaching basketball in 1994 at Inglewood Junior High with Bruce Brown who is now a nationally recognized speaker and motivator. Frazier coached at Inglewood for five years. Following college graduation, Jon coached at Eastlake High School (Seattle) as both the Head Sophomore Coach as well as a Varsity Assistant, under Hall of Fame coach Rich Belcher. After moving to Bend, Jon took a coaching position at Bend High where he coached for three years as both JV Coach and Varsity Assistant. During Frazier’s time at Summit he has been named IMC Coach of the Year and was named the OAOA State Coach of the year for all sports and classifications. During his 7 years at SHS he has guided the storm to 5 State Tournaments, including a 3rd place finish in 2016. Additionally, his teams have won three Academic State Championships!
Jon is married to Shay Frazier, who works as a personal fitness trainer at Snap Fitness on Bend’s Westside. The Frazier’s have a Five-year-old boy, Grey, and a Three-year-old girl, Reese.
Head Jr. Varsity Coach
Coach Absalon enters his 3rd year coaching JV Basketball for the Storm. Cody was a 3 sport athlete at Summit (Football, Basketball, Baseball) graduating in 2010 and led the Storm to the state tournament at Mac Court his senior year. He continued to play 2 years in the Linfield Basketball program (McMinnville, OR) and 1 year of Football for the Wildcats. Cody Graduated Linfield College in 2014 with a degree in Finance and has spent his last two years working financial services in Denver, Colorado. In his spare time, Cody enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, surfing the river wave, and spending time with his friends and family. Coach Absalon looks forward to helping the players continue to grow their skills academically, athletically, and socially.
Head Freshman Coach
Coach Cornett begins his 12th year of coaching at the High School level. His first 6 years were at Sam Barlow High School coaching the JV2 team. Cornett moved to Bend in 2013, and his first season at Summit was the Assistant Freshman coach. This will be his fifth season guiding the Freshman program as the Head Coach and will assist at the Varsity level. Aside from being a High School coach, he also coached his kids on numerous youth teams. Cornett has played and been around the game for most of his life and considers it the best team sport. He played for one of the State’s best programs in the 80’s - Clackamas High School, and was a starter in his last two years – both of which made the Final Four in the State Tournament. Eric has two children; Krista and Kyle.
Coach Kentera returns to the Storm Coaching staff for his 11th season. He brings with him 23 years of basketball coaching experience, 11 of them as head varsity coach at Oak Grove High School in San Jose, CA. As a head coach, he never had a losing season, compiling a 190-84 record, winning 3 league titles in the tough Mount Hamilton Athletic League and making two appearances in the California Central Coast Section championship game. In a “second career,” between 1981 and 2007, Coach Kentera was Vice President of a leading international management training and consulting firm. In 2007, he and his wife of 28 years, Chris, happily retired to Bend, where life came full circle and he got back into coaching basketball.
Coach Miller is entering his 2nd year coaching Varsity Basketball for the Storm. Cam recently graduated with a degree in financial markets from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, where he was a four-year player for Lipscomb’s basketball program. He went from a walk-on player with limited minutes as a freshman, to a starter and a captain his senior year at Lipscomb. Cam and his wife, KayLee, got married and moved to Bend from Nashville last summer, and are establishing themselves in the Central Oregon community. Outside of coaching basketball, Cam is a member of the Freshman Football coaching staff for the Storm, and works as part of a Financial Advisory Group.