The API Bulldogs will be battling against the Lancaster Tigers on Monday, December 7, 2015 at “Big Monday” Tournament in Lancaster, Texas. Presented by Snoop Johnson Basketball, this is an experience you won’t forget! Currently, Lancaster is ranked No.1 in the State 5A poll, while Tigers finished their 2014-15 season with a record of 34-4. Top ranked players this year from Lancaster include- Jacolby Pemberton, Deon Barrett, Nate Morris, T.J Starks, while the top ranked players from API include: Terrance Ferguson, Trevon Duval, Mark Vital, Billy Preston, and Stevie Jordan. API (Advanced Preparatory International) is ranked No. 4 in USA Today H.S. Sports “Super 25”. This game is going to be the highlight of DFW basketball season!
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What: BIG MONDAY
Where: Lancaster High School, 200 E. Wintergreen Road, Lancaster, TX.
When: December 7, 2015 | *Doors open at 6pm | Game starts at 6:30pm
Advanced Preparatory International is accredited by the National Association of Private Schools. Upon requirement completion, students will receive a diploma and transcript certified and bearing the seal of the National Association of Private Schools. API students join other students who have graduated from NAPS accredited schools to attend colleges and universities including: community, regional, state, and technical schools, military services, church and educational ministries, business ownerships, and the workforce.
About Lancaster Athletics
The Lancaster Athletic Department is committed to providing opportunities that enhance the experiences of student athletes in their specific sports. The department believes that participation in sports produces lessons that will be used in life as well as competition. Interscholastic sports promote an awareness of the positive impact of hard work, the value of developing measurable skills, the importance of attending to detail, and the ability to persevere through adversity. Utilizing a strong work ethic and disciplined judgment, the athlete values team accomplishments above personal achievement. Through consistent analysis and reflection, athletes come to a better understanding of their sport, teammates, and the spirit of competition.