Christo joined Kingsbury as a trainer in May 2017, and will oversee all sport court
operations. Christo has been a life-long multi-sport athlete. He holds a
bachelor's degree from Springfield College. He has coached high school
football and legion baseball as well as Fury baseball 13U. Christo uses his
love of exercise to inspire others to gain confidence through coaching proper
technique. Dedication, hard work, honor, integrity and morality dictate all
aspects of Christos' life and serve as a positive influence on the athletes he
trains. Christo works with all ability levels and ages. He also is available for
personal and small group training.
Kenny Small Jr. has come to Kingsbury Club Medfield
team as the Head of Basketball Programming. Small is a
co-founder of Boston Elite Basketball, currently the president
of women’s skill development and coaches players from
Elementary through High School. Coach Small brings with
him a passion and dedication for developing the game of
basketball and strong relationships with his athletes and
their families. He graduated from Brandeis University
where he was a two-year starter and competed in four NCAA
tournaments. Coach Small grew up in Bridgeport, CT;
attended Stratford High School gaining him the reputation
as an outstanding basketball player. Currently, he holds the school's all-time leading scoring record.
Along with his son, Coach Senior is a co-founder of Boston
Elite Basketball and head of youth skills development.
With his patience and old school teaching style, Coach
Senior is able to attract the attention and excitement of
kids who range from kindergarten to 8th grade. His
enthusiastic coaching style drives kids to love the game
and develop skills at a high level. Coach Senior grew up in Bridgeport, CT., where he graduated
and played college basketball at North Carolina A&T University.
Terrell Hollins attended Brandeis University where he was a standout forward for the Judges. As a senior, he was first team All-UAA and All New-England selection by d3hoops.com, the number one source for Division III Basketball.
He earned a selection to the inaugural NABC Division III Senior All-Star Game. Coach Hollins finished his career 18th place on Brandeis University’s career scoring list with 1,191 points and placed 6th place with 706 rebounds. After college, he coached at many different levels. He started his coaching career with Lexington High School, moved on to assistant coach for Suffolk University for a season, then Brandeis University for 3 seasons. He is the only player in Brandeis history to have 1000pts, 500rebs and 200 assists.
Coach Hollins has also been a great addition to the youth of the community, finishing his recent stint as Athletic Director of the John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton. He is currently the head varsity boys coach at Concord Academy and head 7th grade metrowest coach in Concord. He also serves as the Director of Basketball Operations at Boston Elite Basketball.
Senior Basketball Instructor
Coach Retos joined the Tufts University Men’s Basketball staff in the Summer of 2015 and is now in his fifth season. In his time as an assistant coach, the Jumbos have compiled a record of 87-39. As an assistant coach, Retos is in charge of all player development, as well as game and practice preparation.
Retos is a graduate of Brandeis University, where he was a three-year captain and four-year member of their men's basketball program from 2010-2014. He would go on to graduate as the school's all-time leader in three-pointers made and free throw percentage. In addition, Retos earned the Athletic Director's award in his senior year, which is given each year to a student who has displayed general excellence in representing Brandeis Athletics.
Retos earned his degree at Brandeis in Business. Originally from Foxborough, Massachusetts, Retos graduated from the Brimmer & May School in Chestnut Hill as the school's all-time leading scorer.