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Coach Tracy was a scholar-athlete at Bethesda – Chevy Chase (B-CC) High School for three years (1997-2000) and then transferred to The Bullis School, where he graduated from in 2002. He was named co-most valuable player for Bullis which was ranked No. 13 in the final Maryland High School poll conducted by The Washington Post…earned first team All-Independent Athletic Conference honors and honorable mention All-Montgomery County honors. Led Bullis to a school record 23-4 mark in 2001-02 and its second straight Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) title.

Tracy went on to play four years of collegiate basketball at Drake University under the tutelage of Kurt Kanaskie and Dr. Tom Davis; he was team captain his senior year. He graduated from Drake in 2006 with a B.A. degree in Journalism and Communication…received his M.A. degree in Education and Human Development from George Washington University in 2010.

Tracy taught at B-CC for twelve years, where he taught African American History, Hip Hop History & Culture, Peace Studies, and U.S. History. He enjoys playing soccer and tennis with friends, reading biographies, and a good chess match. He and his wife Yalda have three beautiful daughters, Seyla, Syra, and Sol.

Coach Tracy's Accomplishments/Accolades:

  • 2015 Coach of the Year – Montgomery Gazette and The Sentinel​

  • 2014-2015 Maryland 4A State Finalist – Overall Record, 21-6

  • 2014-15 Maryland 4A West Regional Champion

  • 2014-15 CKA Holiday Tournament Champion

  • 2017-18 MCPS 4A South Division Champion (Division Record, 8-0)

  • 2017-18 Maryland 4A West Regional Finalist – Overall Record, 21-4

  • 2021-22 Maryland 4A West Regional Finalist – Overall Record, 18-4

  • 2022-23 Springbrook Memorial Holiday Classic Tournament Champion

  • 2024-24 REPEAT Springbrook Memorial Holiday Classic Tournament Champion

  • 2023-24 MCPS 4A Central Division Champion (Division Record, 6-2)

  • 2023-24 MCPS Boys County Champion


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“Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.”

- John Wooden



Coach Karver played basketball at B-CC between 1982-1986. He helped B-CC win its last state championship in 1984. He was First Team All-Met and an Honorable Mention All-American. After graduating from B-CC, Karver attended the University of Maryland on a basketball scholarship; he then transferred to George Washington University (GWU) where he played his last two years for the Colonials helping them reach the National Invitational Tournament (NIT).

After graduating with a degree in Elementary Education and Human Development from GWU in 1991, Karver went on to play professionally in the European League and in Israel for eleven seasons. He returned to the United States in 2003 and coached at B-CC for five seasons and at Walter Johnson for three years.


He has taught kindergarten at the Jewish Community Center, first grade at Sligo Creek Elementary School, third grade math and science at North Chevy Chase Elementary School, and he currently teaches at North Bethesda Middle school.


Coach Karver has run the B-CC Basketball Camp since 2006, providing over $65,000 worth of camp scholarships to hundreds of Montgomery County youth. 

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“Play hard. Play smart. Play together.”

- Dean Smith



This is Coach Ingalls’ eighth year as the B-CC varsity head coach. In her eight years at B-CC, Ingalls has led the Barons to a 125-45 record, including two 4A West Region Championships (2018 and 2019). Coach Ingalls loves coaching at her alma mater and is so appreciative of the supportive B-CC community. She currently teaches Biology and IB Sports Science at B-CC. Off the court, Ryan enjoys spending time with her husband Ted, and daughters Caden and Taylor.

Coach Ingalls is a Montgomery County native and B-CC Alum (2005).  In her junior and senior years at B-CC, she was named first-team All-Montgomery County by The Gazette, and led Montgomery County in scoring both years.  Her senior year she earned Washington Post Honorable Mention All-Met honors. After graduating from B-CC, she continued her playing career at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. She graduated in 2009 and went on to complete her M.A. in Secondary Education in 2010.  While at Lehigh, the team won two Patriot League Championships and made two NCAA Tournament appearances.

Coach Ingalls' Accomplishments/Accolades:

  • 2018 Maryland 4A West Regional Champion

  • 2019 Maryland 4A West Regional Champion

  • 2023 MCPS 4A South Coach of the Year 

  • 2023-24 MCPS 4A Central Division Champion (Division Record, 8-0)

  • 2023-24 MCPS Girls County Champion

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“Attitude is a choice.

Think positive thoughts daily. Believe in yourself.”

- Pat Summit





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