This group of boys were an absolute pleasure to watch this season. All first year players, they were eager to learn the game of basketball. Each practice they challenged each other to get better and pushed themselves to the limit. The results of their hard work would be displayed each week as they battled some of Oklahoma City's premier youth basketball teams.
With the guidance of head Coach Joe and assistant Coach Rob they put together an impressive 7-3 season. They fell just short of reaching the championship game losing by 2 points in the semi-finals.
Our success has created a strong foundation that we can continue to build upon; and given us the confidence we need to compete at an even higher level next season.
Hard work on three! 1...2...3 HARD WORK!
Caleb, Mardell, Ty'Shawn,
Shavon, Eli, and Eric.
Meet the boys and girls of the 10u Badgers. Words can't describe how proud we are of this squad. Playing in one of the most competitive divisions, they were often labeled the underdogs - but every dog has their day.
With adjustments by Coaches Shane' and Whitney, fused with unwavering play; this bunch propelled themselves right into the playoffs.
As witnesses to their growth, we can all rest assure that next season will be nothing short of special!
Rashad, Sabian, Kory, Anayiah, Maelyn, Markee, Davion, Julien, and Nakyah.
This team of young men and women are a mixture of beginner, intermediate, and advanced players. The gap in their skill set proved to be problematic early on in the season, but all was not lost.
With leadership from Coach Timmion and Coach Walter, combined with the hard work and perseverance of the players, they soon began to turn their season around.
Though they endured a nail biting first round loss in the playoffs, their 6 - 4 record proves that it's not how you start the season, but how you finish it.
The future definitely looks bright for the 12U Badgers.
Say it loud, WE THE ONE!
Head Coach Timmion , Assistant Coach Walter, Kyrah, Rory, Nick, Allan, Josiah, Immanel, Mickenzie, Mathew, and Rezzell.