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Just a Great fan of the game. Email your basketball pictures, videos & articles and I will get it out here for you. Glad to be of help! LET'S PROMOTE HOUSTON, LET'S PROMOTE YOU, LET'S PROMOTE BASKETBALL! Let's also look back and enjoy the memoirs as we move on...

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Houston Girls Basketball Tryouts 2013 AAU Summer Season

Girls Basketball Tryouts
The Houston Divas are currently recruiting high school girls  for the 2013 season. If you have the talent, drive, and passion for basketball, We are looking for you! 

Please contact Coach J. Dotson for details:
(409) 256-1782

Friday, March 15, 2013

TRYOUTS for The Southland Stallions Basketball

The Southland Stallions are currently recruiting 5th and 6th grade boys for the 2013 season. If you have the talent, drive, and passion for basketball, the Stallions are looking for you!   When: Friday, March 22 Where: Christian Bible Church 3322 Texas Parkway Missouri City, TX 77489 Time: 6:00-7:30   For more information, contact Coach Marshall HERE or visit www.southlandsports.org

Friday, March 8, 2013

Westbury Christian School Boys’ Basketball Team Wins and Collects 17th State Title

Photo courtesy of Westbury Christian School
What an exciting weekend for the Westbury Christian Boys’ Basketball Team! After beating Second Baptist at the State Semi-Finals with a score of 70-54, the Wildcats then traveled to Mansfield on Saturday to compete against Dallas Christian School for the TAPPS 4A state title.  This was the Boys’ Basketball Team’s 17th State Championship.  The boys went on to win the trophy with a score of 58-48! The team is headed up by Coach Russell Carr.  “We were the only private school team to win a basketball state championship this year,” said Carr. “There were 7 Houston teams represented in the state tournament across 5 different classifications.”

It was a good ending to a long season.  “We had a team of 3 seniors and the rest all underclassmen,” said Carr.  “They played well together and were committed to getting better all season.  They did not focus on what they were not, rather what they were.  They were the epitome of Championship Effort, Team Attitude and Servant Leadership.  I am a very proud coach!”

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Girls 2013/2014 Basketball Showcase Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT) Stafford, United States

Event Details
2013 Unsigned Senior & 2014 Under The Radar Showcase

(Q) Who should attend the showcase?
(A) Any Junior or Senior who has limited to no college scholarship offers
(Q) What should I bring?
(A) Current transcript, multiple copies of game video or highlight film and ACT/SAT scores
(Q) Who will coach the teams and run the stations?
(A) We will have Camp Counsleors that will run each station, they will also coach the teams during the 2nd half of the day

Invited Colleges D-II, D-III, NAIA & JUCO from Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Mississipi, Arkansas, Mississippi & New Mexico

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Registration
10:00 AM - Noon Skills & Drills
Noon - 1:15 PM Lunch Break
1:15 PM to 1:30 PM Split into assigned Teams
1:30 PM to 3:30 PM Play games with assigned Teams

This is your time as an individual to workout and showcase your skills in front of college coaches to try and gain a scholarship for you to play collegiate basketball. Bring your A+game and be focused and ready.

Also to be a collegiate basketball player you need to be a student, so please bring a copy of your transcript and ACT/SAT scores.  This makes it easier for the college Coaches.


Monday, March 4, 2013

Westbury Christian returned to the top of TAPPS 4A

Westbury Christian wins TAPPS title by beating Dallas Christian 58-48 at Mansfield Legacy to claim the boys state championship - the program's 17th state championship Saturday March 2nd. When the boys program lost the last two seasons TAPPS Title opportunities, the girls program went on its four straight  TAPPS State Titles. While the lady wildcats came up a game away short to the FINAL FOUR this year, the boys found a way to take the state title back this year to keep the winning tradition. The young wildcats will only graduate one starter of the three seniors this year which will give coach Carr a great opportunity to come back stronger next year.
On the girls side, the lady wildcats will again graduate a majority and almost half of the varsity team with six seniors same as the last two season, leaving only two starters from this year. It will be a rebuilding process of a young team for coach Bailey next year.