• #SIB2018




    This Saturday (October 7th), Thurgood Marshall HS hosted a Fall Shoot-Out for varsity teams.  Meanwhile, at the same location the annual JV Fall Championships powered by Rcs Sports took place..  Congrats to Cinco Ranch JV Team, champions of the 2017 JV Fall Championship!  


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    The game was held Saturday, Sept. 9th @ University of St Thomas (Jerabek Center).Here are the RESULTS from Saturday's SHOWDOWN featuring some of the very top high school talent representing Greater Houston and the Dallas / Fort Worth area.  These two cities have long rivaled each other, but have not played in such fashion since 1999 - nearly 20 years ago.  Bragging rights were definitely at stake.  However, the greater goodwill surrounding this game is the fact that these young men stepped up, donated their time to help raise funds for families who suffered residential damage during Hurricane / Tropical Storm Harvey. 
    Team DFW was coached by Glenn Smith (MetroPlexHoops.com), Darius Coleman and Nicole Player (mother of heralded Kansas freshmen, Billy Preston).  Team Houston was coached by Robert Hatter (The Chop Shop 102.5FM), Moochie Norris and Monja Willis (the mother of Houston Rockets star, James Harden).   
    There were 5 families who walked away with a combined 100% of the entire $5,000 purse collected before and during this event.  This ensured absolutely no doubt about the direction or recipient of everyone's donations.  Plus, every single spectator had access to receive a pair of sneakers or a new clothing item.  At the end of the 3rd period, there were 5 separate drawings at random.  At least 1 family member OR the person who initially nominated the family via email MUST HAVE BEEN PRESENT to claim the winnings.  Otherwise, we repeated the process of drawing another family.  This indeed was a wonderful day for many families.
    The notable donors included:  Eco-Staff ($1500),  A Better Bail Bone ($600),  John Lucas Enterprises ($500),  Hardwood Foundation ($500).  Each had a representive present to actual pull the name of the fortunate families.  The head coaches, Smith and Hatter collectively drew the final winning name.  There wasn't a dry eye in the building during this process.  

    Anyone could have sent an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (with a brief note about the family, along with a contact number).  We called and verified every family which was nominated.  Those with at least 3 members in the household, including 1 current student (K-12th grade) was eligible, and placed in the drawing box.

    Special Thanks to the University of St Thomas for opening their doors to host this event.  Enterprise Car Rental provided the van in Dallas.  Witherspoon Law Group provided Glen Smith who drove the van.  LemonTree Foundation (David Dennis) in conjunction with Babins Cajun Restaurant supplied the post game meal for both teams.  
    The referees donated their time to officiate at no cost.  Rick Godfrey, the PA Announcer charged no fee for his services.  Over a dozen volunteers helped sort and distrubute clothing, kept scoreclocks, and scorebook in order.  

    The Class of 2018 and 2019 sessions of Rucker On Wood, open gym series will take place Sunday (September 3rd) @ The GYM (2325 Atascocita Rd).  Due to massive flash floods, the streets of Houston are unsafe for anyone to travel.  

    #ROW17 INFO
    For all invitees, the times of arrival have been revised as well (10:30 for 2019 and 1:30 for 2018).  Be sure to save this date, time(s), and spread the word.

    NOTE: If you were invited and confirmed intent to participate, but may NOT make it to this weekend's session, we need you to inform us as soon as possible( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) so that we may fill your spot with one of the dozens of players currently on the Wait List.


    The Back 2 School Battle annually serves as a fundraiser for the Yates Basketball program.  On Sunday August 13, 2017, Boost Mobile was on site with some giveaways.  Celebrity DJs (Mr. Rogers - 93.7 The Beat vs Kiotti - 97.9 The Box) kept the fans hyped throughout the day.   
    Swoop Swoop (aka Eisenhower HS varsity) became the first ever team comprised solely of players from the same high school to win 1st place in the Back 2 School Battle.  The team of 9 players won all 6 of their games on the weekend including bracket victories over KDC International, TJ Ford Elite, Hoop Nation and Houston Raptors Elite in the championship.  Jesse Zarzuela led the Raptors with 12p (4 treys) while Marlon Jackson contibuted 9pts.  Swoop Swoop trailed by 16pts in the first half before walking that lead all the way down.  Ironically, they trailed by double digits in the semis and quarter finals as well.  Twins Ja'Mare and Ja'Mere Redus were the key producers on this squad, but a few teammates supplied impressive performances.  For example, Korey McQueen, Matthew Barber, Patrick Punch will pose problems this season for many opponents.  I can hardly wait to see this team September 30 - October 1st at the Super 16 Extravaganza which will be held at DeKaney HS.  



    Thanks to everyone for participting in the 16th annual Spring Ice Breaker basketball showcase.  Plan ahead, and mark your schedule for next year (March 16-18, 2018) @ Mi3 Center. 
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  • 77th Annual HISD Tournament


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    The Rcs Sports' Season Opener (powered by Boost Mobile) is being held on Saturday, Nov.12, 2016 at the Campbell Center.  It's sure to be a great day of basketball as we have some of the top players and teams in the area facing off!  
    9:30am #27 Lamar Texans v #39 Eisenhower Eagles

    Key Players: Lamar -David Allen Shepherd (Sr), Shawn Cornelius (Sr) Tamir Bynum (Jr)  Eisenhower - Ja'Mare Redus (So), Je'Mere Redus (So)
    Notes: Bynum is quite a talent and committed to UTSA.  Whoever gets the upper hand in the backcourt matchup between Allen-Shepherd and Bynum v the Redus twins should come out on top. The twins will not make it easy for the two Texan guards as they defend fearlessly. 
    11:00am #28 Kinkaid Falcons v #13 Tompkins Falcons
    Key Players: Kinkaid - Jae LeDee (Jr), Jake Shaper (Sr),  Isaiah LeBlanc (Fr);    Tompkins - Josh Williams (Sr), Jamal Bieniemy (Jr), Kristian Sjolund (Jr)
    Notes:  All eyes will be on LeDee!  However, this will be the much anticipated varsity debut for LeBlanc, one of the top freshmen in the area.  Look for him to control tempo while Shaper and LeDee will challenge Tompkins with their scoring ability.  Tompkins will look for veteran guards Williams and Bieniemy to lead the charge. Sjolund is a do everything type of player that you will love to watch play.  Make no mistake about it... Williams is relishing the opportunity to prove there is a difference between a senior and a freshman playing point guard.
    12:30pm #11 Dickinson Gators v #17 Houston Christian Mustangs
    Key Players: Dickinson-Jarian Spells (Sr), Quante Julien (So), Tramon Mark (Fr);   Hou Christian - Miller Kopp (Jr), Jalon Clark (Jr), Sahvir Wheeler (So)
    Notes: If you like guards this is the game for you.  Dickinson has guards for days, months, and years - even after losing sharp shooting junior Faite Williams who transferred.  This game is the perfect stage for Spells to prove he is one of the area's top unsigned floor generals.  It will be interesting to see how talented freshman Mark fares in his debut.  Houston Christian will be led by super talented point guard Wheeler (committed to Texas A&M).  This pint sized point guard is really fun to watch.  He is fresh off of a 30p 12a performance in their season opener on Tuesday.  Kopp has the ability to dominate on the inside, and Clark should make an imprint on this game.
    2:00pm #8 Cy Falls Eagles v #6 Klein Forest Eagles
    Key Players: Cy Falls - DeShang Weaver (Jr). Nigel Hawkins (Jr), Trajan Wesley (Jr);  Klein Forest - Cedric Alley (Sr), Tavion Roberson (Sr) Taj Simmons (Sr)
    Notes: This should be one of the best games of the day. Cy Falls, who comes into the season one of the favorites in 6A Region 3.  In addition to Hawkins, the Eagles has Weaver back in the fold - he missed all of last season with a torn ACL. They also benefit from the addition of Wesley who looks to be back to his old ways after a so-so sophomore campaign. Klein Forest is a senior laden team who has all the tools to be one of the best teams in state. The Alley / Weaver match up will be fun to watch.
    3:30pm #30 Nimitz Cougars v #20 V-Prep Cardinals
    Key Players: Nimitz-  Walter Prevost (Sr) Justin Lawson (So);    V-Prep  -Jarred Vanderbilt (Sr), Roy Broomfield (Sr)
    Notes: Vanderbilt opened the season with a 35p 17r performance during an overtime win against Westbury Christian.  He missed the team's last 2 games (leg) and will return to action 3:30 on Saturday (vs Nimitz.  The key to this game will be whether Nimitz prevent Vanderbilt from having one of those monster games. Also will Prevost dominate the paint? One of the more interesting match ups on the docket.
    5:00pm #3 Westfield Mustangs v #4 Dawson Eagles
    Key Players: Westfield- Jase Febres (Sr) Darius McNeil (Sr), DeMarcus Morris (Sr);  Dawson  -Karl Nicholas (Sr) Jules Moor (Sr), Braxton Lovings (Sr)
    Notes:  This one should be rocking with two of the more talented teams in the city.  Westfield is the only team in the state with 2 seniors signed letters of intent to Big 12 powers (Febres to Texas & McNeil to Iowa State).  Which dynamic duo will out play the other could determine the winner.  Both Moor and Nicholas (signed with Montana) play a physical brand of ball.  Expect for Moor to take advantage of this platform to attract the attention of at least one D1 head coach.  The X-factor for Dawson will be the productivity of Lovings while opposite McNeil.
    6:30pm #15 Yates Lions v #7 Sam Houston Tigers
    Key Players:  Yates- Terrand Bennett (Sr) Jock Hughes (Jr) Mitchell Seriale (Jr);   Sam Houston - Jacob Wiley (Sr), Kendric Davis (Jr), Henry Hampton (Jr)
    Notes: This is a rematch of the HISD Tournament Finals (won by Sam Houston) last season.  Expect an up and down game with the team who takes care of the ball better most likely coming out on top.  Wiley and Seriale are two of the most athletic kids in the city, and their match-up should be fun to watch. TCU recruit, Davis is a warrior on the court.  Will someone other than Davis be able to handle the Yates pressure?  A player like Hampton can earn instant respect from opponents with his contributions.
    8:00pm #2 Davis Falcons v #9 Atascocita Eagles
    Key Players: Davis -Royce Hamm (Sr), Jamal Antione (Sr);   Atascocita- Fabian White (Sr), Kobi Wilson (Jr), Joe Rollins (So)
    Notes: Gone are the days of Carsen Edwards and Greg Shead.  Atascocita is breaking in a new group of guards and by no means are these kids some slouches. Wilson (transferred from Arkansas).  He is the son of former Christian Life coach Carlos Wilson.   Rollins along with junion Casey Brooks will look to compliment White who will be anchoring down low. The duel between White (signed with Houston) and Hamm (signed with Texas) will be epic!  Expect Hamm to use his versatility to gain an advantage. Antione could be the X-Factor for Davis!
  • SUPER 16 Extravaganza (Click on TEAM & view ROSTER)


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    The day is here, the day we all have been waiting for, the first day of the UIL Boys basketball season. We have some nice questions for you to ask yourself...  These are some keys to the games, as well as some of the key players?   Click Read More

  • Hardin Jefferson Fall Shootout Schedule

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  • Weekend Preview (Doug Jones, Rcssports)

    Friday will kick off the prestigious Kingwood Classic hosted by Bigfoot Hoops. A total of 342 teams in 10 age groups, including 105 in 17u will compete over the three day event, in front of dozens of college coached and hundreds of spectators. The event will host teams throughout Texas, as well as Louisiana, Oklahoma, Indiana, Florida, Georgia, North Dakota, Tennessee, Washington, Nevada, California, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware. For people who don’t understand, this was the premier event before all the different leagues by the shoe companies. I remember one year when the Kingwood Classic had 753 teams and it was the “Who’s Who” of top prospects and college coaches. This is a very important weekend for several prospects, to either continue their strong play, or make a name for themselves. The previous two days we have provided some teams and players who can boost or hurt their stock this weekend. A couple more are Prep Stars Elitewith kids like Collin Means, Nick Hernandez, Rashadre Wilson and Kyre Edwards. Houston Rockstarz with kids like the Robinson twins and Brandon Loville, and a host of others. It should be a fun weekend on the north side of town, I know I’m excited and speaking with one particular summer coach, he was so excited Monday, he said he wanted to go set up a tent and camp outside the MI3 Center!!! Speaking of the MI3 Center, that is the tournament headquarters. 

  • Pearland Texas Classic Recap (Doug Jones, Rcssports)

    This weekend I was present at the Pearland Texas Classic given by Rick Nelson and staff. It was another great event given by Nelson as over 200 teams took the floor in the Pearland and surrounding areas over the 3 days. I saw some breakout performances and a few unsigned seniors played some strong basketball. I also saw a crazy ending to one of the 17u championship games. I will also provide a list of all the champions from 15u-17u.

  • Live Period Tipping Off (Doug Jones, Rcssports)

    Today starts the “Live Period” the period where a prospects performance can cause a college coach to put a check by your name or cross you off the list. There are tons of tournaments going on around the state and country; I will be present at the Pearland Texas Classic given by Rick Nelson and staff. This is one of my favorite events to cover due to the organization of the event, the great facilities and the high level competition. This year’s tournament is full of underrated talent that if missed, college coaches may wind up kicking themselves for missing out on. Off the top of my head, I can think of a few teams that have D1 level players on their rosters. Teams like M&E Elite, GCBC-Bullet, Prep Stars Elite, Brazoria Ballers, STX Defenders-Brady and many others will be displaying some very good players. Also a handful of top unsigned seniors will be on display for colleges still looking for players for the 2015-2016 season. Check back next week for my top performers from this event.

  • WEEKEND FILLED WITH TOURNEYS (Doug Jones, Rcssports)

    Starting Friday in Humble and Crosby, Brian Jolivette will host the first of his 4 tournaments this year starting with the Off Da Hook tournament. Brian always has top notch tournaments with great competition and individual talent and this year should be no different. Fresh off of advancing to the championship game of the platinum division, the Houston Hoopstars will be taking the floor this weekend. Also taking the floor will be the 16u platinum division champs Houston Hoops-Holmes. Also look out for the Rockstarz, Team Stackz, Basketball University 16u and the Jr Hardballers. Should be a great weekend of basketball. Check back next week for my recap.


    (Courtesy of God First Crusader staff)...
    This past weekend the God First Crusaders 2020 7th grade team traveled to Washington, D.C. for the National Youth Basketball League (NYBL) Session 1. The NYBL’s motto, Elite Competition and Maximum Exposure,was on full display during the 2014 season and 2015 Session 1 did not disappoint. In fact, in terms of league competitiveness last season, NYBL teams again dominated at the AAU Nationals. As evidence, in both the 6th & 7th grade AAU Nationals, NYBL teams (Team CP3 & Oakland Soldiers) took home national championships. In addition, as was the case the first 2 seasons, the high level of exposure generated by the NYBL was unprecedented and unmatched, as the league has re-established partnerships with many of the major media outlets that traditionally cover middle school basketball. Not only were media outlets such as the Buckeye Prep Report, Basketball Spotlight, Middle School Hoops, Prolific Performance, DMV Elite and Lineage of Champions covering every move the NYBL makes this season, but the league’s official website will also be offering more coverage, including session-by-session recaps, top performer lists, player and team profiles, special feature stories as well as national individual and team rankings. Based on the number of NYBL players that are ranked in the recent top 100 national rankings, it’s clear that the NYBL-generated exposure has played a significant role in determining those rankings!
    God First 2020 has made huge strides nationally in terms of playing at a high level against the nation’s best teams and players. Game 1 matched up the Crusaders against national Adidas sponsored powerhouse, Ohio Basketball Club. GFC played well with a great team effort, winning their first game of Saturday 53-46. 6’1 (PG/SG) Isaiah LeBlanc led all scorers with 17, 5’6 (PG) DJ Stewart had 13 and 5’9 (PG/SG) Tramon Mark had 11. The next game of the day for GFC was against Nike Sponsored Alabama Challenge. GFC jumped on the Challenge early and never looked back, pulling away 59-27. Tramon Mark led the attack with 17pts. while 5’11 (WF) Brycen Perkins finished with 14. Future 2022 star guard Giovanni Goree scored his first 2 points in a God First uniform in this game at NYBL. The third game of the night, was a headline game featuring a matchup of nationally ranked players on both teams. God First controlled the game for 3 quarters leading by 10 at the half and 7 at the end of the third quarter. A breakdown in the fourth quarter and a momentum swing by a well-coached, very talented and disciplined team, led God First to its first NYBL loss of the season 59-52 to the Mid-Ohio Pumas, one of the best teams from the East, who also knocked of the 2014 NYBL 2020 champion West Coast All-Stars earlier that day. None of the Crusaders played particularly well and ultimately the leading scorer was Isaiah LeBlanc with 16 points. Tramon Mark, Antwon Norman and 6’0 (WF) Jayden Moore played well in spurts but it wasn’t enough to overcome 6-1 national rising star Jack Pugh and the Pumas. 
    GFC bounced back at 8am Sunday morning in a dog fight of a game. Fresh off of a close single digit loss to the 2014 AAU National Champ Oakland Soldiers, Louisville, KY NIKE Go Hard in the Paint (The Ville) came in on fire vs. God First. GFC played their hearts out and withstood an unbelievable 3 point barrage from this talented bunch to edge out a 72-71 win.  Tramon Mark and Isaiah LeBlanc both had 17pts. and Jayden Moore continued his outstanding play with 14pts. 6’5 new addition Terius Mathis 7 points and 22 rebounds proved to be humongous in this run and gun affair. The final game of the road trip was against Nike Team Final (red) from the Philadelphia area. GFC continued to roll lead by 5’7 Antwon Norman’s 17 points and a balanced attack with several others in double figures. All in all despite playing one fourth quarter of bad basketball, God First re-established the notion of how special this team could possibly be as they continue to develop and progress. Way to represent for Houston and Texas with a successful national power team made up of local area talent and great coaching and development. 
      2020 2015 NYBL League Power Rankings by: Prolific Performance National Player News www.p2bball.com  - March 25, 2015
    1.      Oakland Soldiers (5-0) – Reigning national AAU champs return stronger and deeper
    2.      Team Durant (5-0) – 51-1 overall record and top ranked talent at every position places them in conversation
    3.      Team Takeover (5-0) – One man wreaking crew Terrance Williams may be most unstoppable force in the age group
    4.      Rip City (5-0) – The team is well coached, shares the ball, and defends in the half court – will be a tough out for anyone stepping on the floor with them
    5.      San Diego Select (4-1) – Huge point differential and dominating balanced team performances highlight this championship contenders run
    6.     West Coast Stars (4-1) – Great guard play combined with a stellar frontline boasting both size and skill has the defending NYBL champs poised for another run at the title
    7.     God First Crusaders (4-1) – Quietly put together a very impressive weekend led by forward Isaiah LeBlanc along with added size they are looking to climb the ranking quickly
    8.     Team IZOD/Sports U (4-1) – Boast good size and perimeter skill with knockdown shooters; team should be in every game they play with solid sets and good team defense
    9.     Mid-Ohio Pumas (4-1) – One of the most cohesive offensive units in the league forces teams to play their style which they do better than many others a team no one wants to play
    10.  Worldwide Wildcats- (3-2) – Solid weekend team has the inside/outside combination to be a factor all season long
  • Rytes Warriors Spring Bling Recap (By Doug Jones, Rcssports)

    This past weekend I was present at the Spring Bling Tournament given by Lamar Holt and the Rytes Warriors Organization. It was a very well ran tournament, with a lot of talent from Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. Lamar always throws great tournaments and this one was no different. I saw alot of good individual talent as well as some teams that caught my eye.


    Teams Who Caught My Eye

    Houston Elite 13u-Saw these kids for the 2nd time so far this Spring and they continue to impress. They have good guard play, and wings that rebound and lead the break and cause mismatches. Loss in the championship game to God First, who they beat in pool play.

    God First 13u-Very good team, led by a dynamic duo of Isiah Leblanc and Tramon Marks. They were in a battle against the DCS Thunder from New Orleans but turned it up and eventually cruised to victory. Bounced back from a pool play loss to Elite to win the championship.

    Players Who Caught My Eye

    Jaylen Phillips (Houston Elite 13u)-Makes plays on both ends. Very nice size with long arms which helps him on the defensive end. Got the defensive rebound and started the break on several occasions. He also had very good touch around the basket.

    Wesley Sellers (Houston Elite 13u)-Athletic wing who is a strong finisher. Very long arms and when he wanted to was a tenacious defender. Also ran the point some.

    LJ Cryer (Houston Elite 13u)-Heady and crafty pg. Made all the right plays and is an exceptional passer.

    Tramon Marks (God First 13u)-Very athletic kids who can finish in traffic. Also an above average ball handler.

    Todd Banks (DCS Thunder-New Orleans 13u)-Very good with the ball. Made some unbelievable passes, unfortunately his teammates were not finishing. Doesn't look for his shot as much as he should.


    9u-Triple Threat def TJ Ford

    10u-Shooting Stars def Defenders

    11u-Austin Blazers def New Orleans Rising Stars

    12u-TDT def Rytes Warroirs

    13u-God First def Houston Elite

    14u-Defenders def Rytes Warriors





  • SIB Locations

    AMS  Aguirre MS 15726  Wallisville Rd,  Houston  77049
    AJMS  Alice Johnson MS 15500 Proctor,  Channelview  77530
    CHS Channelview HS 1100 Sheldon Rd,   Channelview 77530
    CMS Cunningham HS 14110 Wallisville Rd,  Houston 77049
    FB Fall Brook 12512 Walters Rd,   Houston 77014
    HT Harvest Time 17770  Imperial Valley,  Houston 77060
    KS Kolarik School  1120  Sheldon Rd,  Channelview 77530
    NHS  North Shore HS 353  N Castlegory,  Houston 77049
    NMS North Shore MS 120  N Castlegory,  Houston 77015
    GYM The GYM  2325 Atascocita,  Humble 77396


  • GIRLS Schedules & Brackets


    Girls Varsity

    2:30pm       The Gym Ct. 3     TNBA Hypolite def  Hou Phenoms (Platinum)

    3:35pm       The Gym Ct., 2     SA Hoops def Hou Pride (Gold)

    6:05pm       FallBrook, Ct. 2    NO GAME  (Silver)


    Girls Middle School

    1:35pm                                      SA Lady Hoops def  Legends 3T White

    6:05pm                                      Lady Houston Phenoms  def  Fall Brook


    Girls Super Varsity


    6A:  Round Rock McNeil 43  Summer Creek 39,  Buda Hays 61  Klein Forest 56,  Klein 38   Austin Lake Travis 37,  Atascocita 53  Austin Anderson 43,  Cy Lakes 89  Bellaire 69,  Sam Houston 59  Cy Woods 57 (OT),  Ben Davis 65 Cinco Ranch 61,  Clear Lake 52  Port Arthur Memorial 45, Travis 69  Manvel 45,  Seven Lakes 55  Cy Ranch 45,  Dawson 52  Clements 49,  Clear Creek 68  North Shore 65 (OT)

    5A:  Brenham 93 Bryan 91 (3OT), Humble 62  Ridge Point 61,  Tomball Memorial 66  Huntsville 53,  Ozen 51  Elkins 50, Central 57  Bush 53,  Madison 83  Waco University 67,  CE King 73  Marshall 63

    4A:  Silsbee 93  Scarborough 56,  Wheatley 99  Cleveland 66,  Sterling 46  LCM 27,  Hardin Jefferson 68  Navasota 64,  West Columbia 63  Taylor 62,  LaMarque 55  La Vernia 39,  Brazosport 62  Liberty Hill 56,  Wimberley 43  Wharton 41





    We will post the complete event recap on Monday!

    Here are Sunday's results!  Be sure follow us via twitter @RcsSports


    The 6th annual “Season Opener” powered by Boost Mobile officially launched the Boys’ UIL regular season, Monday November 17, 2014 at the luxurious Aldine ISDM.O. Campbell Center,1865 Aldine Bender Rd, Houston, TX 77032.

    Click hereto view the Houston Chronicle's article which appeared in Tuesday's newspaper!

    Click hereto view ESPN.com recap of the Season Opener

    Click here to view TexasHoops.com very detailed review of the Season Opener



    (By: Jim Hicks   @RcsSports)

    I arrived in Dallas just in time for Sunday's (Oct 12th) Top 60 and Top 30 Cream of the Crop games.  As usual, this event was possessed the atmosphere of a good ol' Fall Family Reunion.  Many summer coaches who hadn't spoke to each other in months, found themselves rooting for the same team, and in some cases - sitting side by side communicating about... basketball stuff.  As for the campers, this event served as the last hooray (of the non-scholastic season) for many of the 9th and 10th graders who accepted invites to participate. 


    The 11th Annual Super 16 Extravaganza took place, Oct 4 - 5th @ Pasadena HS.  The Atascocita Eagles claimed first place with a convincing 6-0 run through the event, capped with a double digit win over Cy Lakes in the championship.  Senior shooting guard Paris Marquez pumped in a game high 18pts to lead the way for the Eagles.  On Sunday, they cruised past C.E. King (61-44), St Thomas (53-12), Beaumont Ozen (56-27), and Cy Lakes (51-40).  Factor in Saturday's pool wins over Cy Springs (66-45) and the 54-52 overtime thriller against Clear Creek was their only game decided by single digits.

  • Super 16 Extravaganza "Fall HS Championships"

    OCT 4 - 5th @ PASADENA HS:  Super 16 Extravaganza "Fall HS Championships".