Young Game Changers Hoops presents “WAR ON THE WOOD” | Boys & Girls, 3rd-8th Grade| October 20th-21st

WAR ON THE WOOD 

 

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Don’t miss this great opportunity for your team to play against other quality teams in a competitive environment.

** 1st and 2nd place AWARDS will be given.**

WHO: 3rd-8th Grade – Boys & Girls Basketball Programs

WHAT: WAR ON THE WOOD

WHERE: Game on Sports Complex (2600 Alemeda St. Fort Worth, TX 76108)

WHEN: Saturday, October 20th through Sunday, October 21st

$295 per team – 3 GAMES GAURANTEED – CLICK LINK TO PAY

More info and registration: WAR ON THE WOOD REGISTRATION  

 

 

 

CLICK LINK TO FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @YGC36Hoops

EVENT CONTACT: Vonzell Thomas |817.845.3338 |coachvon@ygc36hoops.com

 

#PressRelease Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces an Increased field of 40 Top Basketball Teams, Along with Implementing a Friday Night Prep Showcase Featuring 10 National Programs 

DALLAS, TX, September 18th, 2018 – The 14th Annual Elite 14 Showcase kicks off the 2018 NCAA November evaluation period with a full weekend of action-packed high school basketball beginning Friday, November 2 through Saturday, November 3rd. The event will take place at Denton Guyer High School on Friday night and at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls, TX all day Saturday.

This invitational has established itself throughout the years as a centerpiece of the nation’s best collection of high school teams and individual talent anticipating the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of college coaches, national and local media, NBA scouts, family and fan enthusiasts. What started out as a rivalry showcase thirteen years ago with initially 14 teams, hence the name, from Texas and Oklahoma, has now grown to 40 top teams from across the nation.

“We are excited about the growth of “Elite 14 Showcase” and thankful for the support of everyone who has helped make this event a success each year. It is our mission to continue providing student-athletes a national platform to perform on in hopes of garnering exposure and furthering their basketball initiatives,” said Coach Hedge Elite 14 Showcase Director and Hirschi High School Head Basketball Coach.

 

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In an effort to build and cultivate the high school basketball experience, The Elite 14 Showcase announced a Friday night addition to the event: “Elite 14 Prep Showcase” featuring 10 National programs going head-to-head in key matchups.

Traditionally, Saturday will remain the same: a full day of exciting hoops at Hirschi High School along with the best home cooked hospitality room.

 

This year’s event will feature the following participating teams:

2018 PARTCIPATING TEAMS

TEXAS- 19
Duncanville High School, Duncanville, TX (6A) 28-7 Area Finalist
Estacado High School, Lubbock, TX (4A) 25-6 Regional Semifinalist
Denton Guyer High School, Denton, TX (6A) 38-2 Regional Finalist
Hirschi High School, Wichita Falls, TX (4A) 25-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Lancaster High School, Dallas, TX (5A) 16-12 Regional Finalist
Lewisville High School, Lewisville, TX
Little Elm High School, Little Elm, TX
North Crowley High School, Fort Worth, TX (6A) 31-6 Regional Semifinalist
Northwest High School, Justin, TX (5A) 35-6 State Finalist
Pearce High School, Richardson, TX (6A) 23-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Rider High School, Wichita Falls, TX (5A) 26-8 Regional Quarterfinalist
Prosper High School, Prosper, TX (5A)
Sulphur Springs High School, Sulphur Springs, TX (5A) 30-5 Regional Quarterfinalist
St. Marks the School of Texas, Dallas, TX
The Colony High School, Lewisville, TX, (5A) 26-11
Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX (5A) 26-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Trinity Christian, Cedar Hill, TX
Wagner High School, San Antonio (6A) 29-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Wyatt High School, Fort Worth, TX (5A) 23-12 Regional Semifinals
OKLAHOMA – 11
Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 20-7 State Runner-up
Eisenhower High School, Lawton, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Heritage Hall High School, Oklahoma City, OK (4A) State Champions
Memorial High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 27-2 State Champions
Newcastle, OK / Millwood High School, Oklahoma City, OK
Norman High School, Norman, OK (6A) 15-9 Area Finalist
North High School, Norman, OK (6A)
North High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 25-5 State Champions
Northwest Classen High School, Oklahoma City, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa, OK (6A) 14-10
West High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 20-7 State Quarterfinalist
PREP SCHOOLS- 10
Handle It Academy, Seattle, WA
Redemption Life Christian Prep, Tulsa, OK
Southwest Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR
St. Louis Christian Academy, St. Louis, MO
Sunrise Christian Academy, Wichita, KS, 22-2
Trinity International, Las Vegas, NV
iSchool Entrepreneurial Academy, Lewisville TX
Cy-Fair Learning Center, Houston TX
Universal Academy, Coppell, TX
Lawton Christian High School, Lawton, OK

 

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES: @Elite14Showcase

For media inquires, event sponsorship, or more information, please visit our website at www.Elite14ShowcaseSeries.com

Contact: Nina Zavala |NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com | 469.601.6341

 

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Nina Zavala Group

 

 

 

PRESS RELEASE: Drive Nation facility to host IndiHoops 3rd Annual 8th Grade World Championship – Little League of Youth Basketb

For Immediate Release
June 25, 2018

IndiHoops presents the 3rd Annual 8th Grade World Championship,
The Little League World Series of Youth Basketball

Dallas, Texas – June 25th, 2018 – IndiHoops, a pioneer in the 8th Grade/14U basketball world, is back with its third installment of the IndiWorld Championships (IWC), IndiWorld3. This year’s event will take place from June 28th through July 1st 2018, in Irving, Texas; at the new Drive Nation facility run by former NBA All- Star Jermaine O’Neal.
The level of competition in the event’s first two years has been nothing short of stellar. The event featured Scottie Barnes (a highly-ranked prospect in the high school Class of 2020) in year 1, and Paolo Banchero (also a highly-ranked prospect in the high school Class of 2021) in year 2. The IWC championship game has already seen many players go straight into their high school careers; at such highly- decorated programs as Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, Garfield High School in Seattle, and University High School in Florida.
This year’s tournament will swell to double the size of last year’s; with teams coming from as far away as Toronto, Canada. We have committed representation and attendance from three major shoe brands. States with teams in attendance include California, Nevada, New Mexico, Georgia, North Carolina, Nebraska, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Indiana, and the event’s home state of Texas. The team list includes IndiHoops’ current number one 8th grade team in the nation and event host, Drive Nation, who will look to keep the championship trophy in house, even after the tournament has completed. In addition to the greater than 32-team tournament, the 2018 IWC will debut a new game format with a standalone game featuring two of the best teams in the class of 2023; Team Thomas from California and Team Griffin from Oklahoma.

The championship will be at July 1st, 2018; 11 AM Central Time. 
Click Here To Purchase Tickets

About IndiHoops
IndiHoops serves as the hub for club basketball around the world. IndiHoops brings transparency and legitimacy to youth basketball through its rankings and ratings. IndiHoops is a pioneer in the club basketball media world, offering a place for basketball participants to be seen and heard. IndiHoops the aggregate source for all information pertaining to club basketball. They currently host the largest database of youth basketball programs, tournaments, and rosters in the country for club basketball.
Most recently, they have launched IndiLockers.com an ecosystem for the players/parents and cutting edge online player profiles.

Media Partners
EPlay, Playsight, WireToWireSports, HoopsFactoryTV, Lonestar Sports Show, IndiHoops Tip Off Classic, Ball So Hard Scout @bsh_scout, IndiHoops Tip Off Classic, Joel Hershman Photography.

Media Contact:
California: Aubrey Gray – wiretowiresports@gmail.com – 707-328-8275

indihoops.com
indilockers.com

Click here to follow on Twitter: @indihoops

 

 

 

Nina Zavala Group

NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com

 

 

 

King of Diamonds Dallas Gentlemen’s Club Red Carpet Grand Opening Friday, January 27th at 9pm @KODDallas

 

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3 Kings presents the grand opening of Dallas’ newest gentlemen’s club, King of Diamonds Dallas, this Friday, January 27th beginning at 9pm. The red-carpet celebration will be the premiere launch with a VIP guest list that includes music artist, radio dj’s and on air personalities, athletes, and Dallas’ own night life connoisseurs.

KOD Dallas is setting the tone to change the scope of the adult entertainment industry and provide the ultimate experience with premium customer service. The establishment will feature beautiful exotic dancers, stylish décor, multiple HD television’s, full service bar or BYOB, and menu that will consist of a southern cuisine, provided by the ‘Breakfast Brothas”.  

KOD Dallas is located at 9009 Sovereign Rd. Dallas, TX 75247. The event will be from 9pm- 12am, but the venue will be open for business until 5am. Complimentary drinks will be served for the VIP guests. Red carpet attire is encouraged and valet will be available. For more information about KOD Dallas, call 469-607-5997 or email info@KingofDiamondsDallas.com.

 

Red carpet media credentials or VIP guests email Nina Zavala at NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com.

 

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