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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

BAY AREA MAMBAS HALLOWEEN HAVOC - 10/25 & 26

Hello Coaches,

You are invited to join us for our 2014 Halloween Havoc tournament on October 25-26. Over 30 teams have already signed up!

If you're looking for a competitive and well-managed tournament for the Summer season, then this is tournament for you. Register now as spots are already being filled.

Date: October 25-26
3 Game Minimum
Location: Alameda Point
$250 per team/$225 per team with 3 or more teams
Certified referees
Divisions: Boys & Girls: 3rd Grade - High School
Championship t-shirts to the players on the 1st place teams

Register Online at:
www.bayareamambas.org
You must register on the website and submit payment to confirm your spot.

Send payments to: Bay Area Mambas, PO Box 15504, Fremont, CA 94539

This tournament will fill up fast, so reserve your spots now! Please call or email us with any questions.

Thanks,

Gabe Mercado
Bay Area Mambas
Club Director/6th Elite & 9th Elite Coach
510-314-9490 cell

Garrett Anaya
Bay Area Mambas
4th & 7th Grade Coach/Co-Tournament Director
408-892-8881 cell
www.bayareamambas.com

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

2014 HALLOWEEN HAVOC TOURNAMENT - 10/25 & 26

Hello Coaches,

You are invited to join us for our 2014 Halloween Havoc tournament on October 25-26.

If you're looking for a competitive and well-managed tournament for the Summer season, then this is tournament for you. Register now as spots are already being filled.

Date: October 25-26
3 Game Minimum
Location: Alameda Point
$250 per team/$225 per team with 3 or more teams
Certified referees
Divisions: Boys & Girls: 3rd Grade - High School
Championship t-shirts to the players on the 1st place teams

Register Online at:
www.bayareamambas.org
You must register on the website and submit payment to confirm your spot.

Send payments to: Bay Area Mambas, PO Box 15504, Fremont, CA 94539

This tournament will fill up fast, so reserve your spots now! Please call or email us with any questions.

Thanks,

Gabe Mercado
Bay Area Mambas
Club Director/6th Elite & 9th Elite Coach
510-314-9490 cell

Garrett Anaya
Bay Area Mambas
4th & 7th Grade Coach/Co-Tournament Director
408-892-8881 cell
www.bayareamambas.com

THE SHOWDOWN TOURNAMENT - 9/13 & 14

Our final event for this year "The Showdown" is September 13-14 and is expected to be a huge event. We have teams coming from all over California and commitments from Las Vegas as well. The trophies at this event will be the big ones! The event is for boys and girls ages 8u to Varsity and is being hosted in beautiful Alameda, Ca.

If you are interested please follow the link below to sign up.

http://www.shop.sportsjqu.com/The-Showdown-Youth-Basketball-Tournament-Sept-13-142014-SJYTA091314.htm

Sports Jqu takes pride in providing quality events!

Take care and we hope to see you soon.

Elisse
650-898-4499
contact@sportsjqu.com
www.sportsjqu.com

NBBA FALL CLASSIC - 11/1 & 2

Coaches-

The link below contains the information for the 2014 North Bay Basketball Academy Fall Classic to be held on November 1-2 in Marin County.

The tourney will have at least two divisions in each grade level and we expect to sell out at 122 teams. Saturday games begin at 8:30am, last game at 5:30pm. Sunday games begin at 8:30am, last game at 3:30pm.

Last year's tourney sold out by October 15... please register early at the link below.

Some of last years participants included... Albany Crush, ASA, Bay City, Cool Kids, County Bears, Express, Fairfield Ballers, Jam Squad, NCP, Orangemen, Pharaohs, Renegades, Saints, Tri-City, Triple Threat, West Coast Elite, Wildcats, etc...

Please go this link for more information and online registration...

http://northbaybasketballacademy.com/tourney_fall_classic.php

Thanks and please contact me with any questions.

Rick

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Rick Winter
Executive Director
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161 San Carlos Way / Novato / CA / 94945
rick@northbaybasketballacademy.com / 415.244.3863
northbaybasketballacademy.com / facebook.com/NorthBayBasketballAcademy

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

FALL HOOPFEST TOURNAMENT - 9/20 & 21

Fall Hoopfest Tournament
September 20-21, 2014

Structure
3 Game Guarantee
Multiple Divisions at All Levels
Pool Play + Playoffs
Organized, Online Scheduling and Results

Special Features
West Coast Elite Event Coverage
All Games in One Location
Player Certification
Team and Individual Awards
Elite Level Competition
Gold, Silver, Bronze Divisions
CIF or NCAA Certified Officials

Register
$275 per team
$250 multiple team discount
Registration Deadline: Friday, September 12

Location
American Sports Center
1500 South Anaheim Boulevard
Anaheim, CA 92805

Teams at Previous Tournaments Hoop Salem Oregon, Utah Pump n Run, Vegas Elite, Hawks Nation, Oakland PAL, New Mexico Dogs, Midtown Heat, Team Central, Cavs, Colorado 303, I AM Rockfish, Cali Elite, San Diego Next Generation, Earl Watson Elite, NOC, Dominators, Gamepoint, San Diego Sabers, San Diego Matrix, EBC, WA Elite, Mountain House Mountaineers, Tacoma Chaos, Maeko Hoops, TriCity Thunder Elite, Santa Rosa Hawks, Southeast Warriors, South Central Elite, Spartans Elite, Triple Threat, Bakersfield Elite, LA Select, Westside Mambas, Burbank Raptors, Sheppard Sports, SCF Hoops, NJB Elite, United Sports Training, Top Notch Basketball Atlanta, Ventura Vipers, Gametime Elite, Texas Select, ELA Elite, Mercadel, Encinitas Mavs, RC Bulls, Rising Stars of America, SGV, Lights Out, Baseline 2 Baseline, ESP Bobcats, SCV Playmakers, Elk Grove Capitals, Open Gym Premier, Hardwork Basketball, AFB Academy of Future Ballers, Yorba Linda Pumas, I-10 Celtics, Fresno City Next Level, Van Ness Stars, Jr Hoops, Seattle Future, Utah Hard Knox, Smokees Panthers, Kid Hoops, Nemesis, Beaumont Select, Gameface, Invitation Only, Cool Kids, SF Rebels, Phoenix is Rising, Lil Bulldogs, Colorado Connect, San Diego Wildcats, Hawks, New Mexico Force, AASB, So Cal Soldiers, VIP Elite, Wolfpack, Clovis East, Seattle Future, Utah Select, Cal Supreme, San Diego Sabers, Notown Hurricanes, 323 Hoops, High Desert Hoopsters, Arizona Assassins, Team Dojo, Team Superstar, PV Cagers, Newport Lightning, Fearless, SoCal Crush, Baldwin Hills Elite, 5onFive, Liftoff, South Coast, Another Level Basketball, BFS Blackout Elite, AVAC, Footwork Extreme, Mountain House Wolverines, LA Select, Uptempo, Phoenix Soldiers, Utah Force, San Diego Matrix, LA Select, Cali Elite, Inland Force, Whittier Force, IEBP, Vision Basketball Academy, Flipside, Team Dream, Julius V Elite, Aerial Attach, OC Wolverines and more.

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WHEN THE GAME STANDS TALL REVIEW



Based on the novel of the same name, the movie When the Game Stands Tall is an in-depth look at the De La Sallle Spartans football program. Led by their legendary coach Bob Ladouceur, the Spartans rolled off the greatest winning streak in football history, when their high school program won 151 games in a row. Jim Caviziel plays Ladoucer and does a tremendous job in portraying the stoic coach with a knack for using few words but making a n impact with what he says or does. Michael Chiklis of The Shield fame plays the role of Terry Eidson, De La Salle’s fiery assistant coach who serves as the perfect yang to Ladoucer’s ying. For the most part, the majority of the players are newcomers who do a fine job of telling the DLS story.

If there is a criticism of the movie, it’s that it differs quite a bit from the book in that it takes a look at the challenges that the team faced after ”The Streak” ended which included Ladoucer suffering a heart attack, as well as the difficulties the team faced in being the team that let the cherished accomplishment end. When the Game Stands Tall is in essence the story of how the team that was built on the principle of developing young men and preparing them for the world lost sight of what was important when they focused only on winning, where in truth the winning was always a byproduct of doing everything else right including giving a perfect effort every time they took the field. While the film does take liberty with some players storylines, and also mixes some of the timing that the actual events took place, it does stay true to the spirit of the team and what makes this team and coaching staff so special.

Though the movie is about the game of football, its message encompasses themes that resonate in all team sports: hard work, personal responsibility, determination, accountability, and most importantly, brotherhood. So that makes it a perfect movie as a parent or a coach to share with young athletes who can get a better idea about the things that really make you successful, which are not wins or losses, but character and commitment. A very highly-recommended film (or book) for audiences of all ages.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

OAKLAND SOLDIERS ELITE 10U and 11U TRYOUTS - 8/23

Oakland Soldiers Elite

TRYOUTS

Sat. August 23rd

Rainbow Rec. Center

5600 International Blvd. Oakland

4th Grade/10U---2PM.

5th Grade/11U--3:15 PM

BE READY TO COMPETE

For More Info Call Greg 510-759-5816