Regional 1: at Fairview High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00 am
Regional 2: at Cleveland High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00am
Regional 3: at Ft Gibson High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00am
Regional 4: at Chattanooga High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00am
Region 5: at Norman North High School, Saturday December 20th 12:00noon
Regional 6: at Byng High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00am
Region 7: at Bixby High School, Saturday December 20th 10:00 am
District 8: at Midwest City HS, Saturday December 20th 10:00am
**Please make a note that the Parking Pass must be printed and cannot be shown via mobile device for entry.**
COST OF CLINIC
OBCA MEMBERS: $20.00
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CLINIC PARKING PASS: OBCAParkingPass
CLINIC INVOICE: OBCA Invoice 2014-15
CLINIC AGENDA: 2014 OBCA FALL BASKEBALL COACHES CLINIC AGENDA
2014 OBCA FALL BASKEBALL CLINIC AGENDA
8:15-8:45 Registration: NE Entrance Chesapeake Arena
9:00-9:10 Welcome: Sam Presti, Executive Vice President & General Manager
9:10-9:15 Welcome: OBCA President, Tondrell Durham Bishop McGuinness HS
9:15-10:05 Steve Donahue – Former Head Coach, Boston College
‘How to Run a Good Practice’
10:10-11:00 Mark Daigneault –Head Coach, Oklahoma City Development League Team
‘Ways to Simplify the Game and Lessons Learned From Players’
11:20-12:10 Kareem Richardson –Head Coach, University of Missouri-Kansas City
‘Pressure Defense and Pressing’
12:15-1:05 Jamion Christian –Head Coach, Mount St. Mary’s
‘Player Development and Offensive Positioning’
1:05-1:45 OBCA Committee Meeting
1:45-3:00 Lunch/Networking Session at Center Court Grill/Old No. 7
This is your invitation for your team to participate in the 4th annual Boys Tip-Off Classic, to be held Saturday, November 1, 2014, at the Union 9th grade center.
We will have a mix of both small and large schools, but will also have a J.V. Session the same day. If you would like your team(s) to participate, please contact me immediately, as we anticipate the slots will fill very quickly.
Each team will participate in four (4) scrimmages against four (4) different teams, with each scrimmage consisting of two (2) ten (10) minute sessions..
I will make every effort to customize your team’s schedule to your preferences, so please let me know if
there are any particular schools you would prefer not to scrimmage. You will
be provided a complete list of participating schools and a tentative schedule for your review several weeks prior to the event.
All participating teams must pay a $100 Officiating Fee which will be used exclusively for assigned officials at each scrimmage. Please let me know if you require an Invoice and one will be provided to you for processing. Your team’s Officiating Fee should be mailed to:
Zigs Hoops Classic
6806 East 83rd Street
Tulsa, OK 74133
Please call me at (918) 408-8319 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on the court!
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by Jacob Unruh – The Oklahoman
Jenni Kufahl never liked the nickname “Wimpy, Wimpy.”
It was a moniker jokingly given to her when she was little by her father John Merrell after seeing a trash bag commercial comparing Hefty trash bags to others.
“Dad, you can’t call me Wimpy anymore,” she told Merrell.
Kufahl died Sunday after a nearly two-year battle with cancer, bringing to end a courageous fight that truly showed her toughness. She was 39.
“She’s the toughest person I’ve ever seen,” said Merrell, the Christian Heritage Academy athletic director. “She wanted to raise her kids to love and honor the Lord.
“That’s why she kept fighting so hard. Even at the end, she just kept fighting. She’s my hero.”
Her funeral is 1 p.m. Thursday at Southern Hills Baptist Church, 8601 S Pennsylvania. In lieu of flowers, the Kufahls have formed the Kufahl Children College Fund at BancFirst.
Kufahl leaves behind seven children and her husband Heath, the CHA boys basketball and volleyball coach.
She was diagnosed with cancer in October 2012, and since then she caught national attention as she fought the disease.
Heath made the $20,000 half-court shot at an Oklahoma City Thunder game and used the money to help pay for her treatments. She found a temporary relief following the shot, but the cancer quickly returned and forced her to seek a different type of treatment at Envita in Scottsdale, Ariz., in April.
It was there that Kufahl spent the past few months, until returning to Oklahoma City 10 days ago when doctors said there was nothing else they could do.
She spent her finals days surrounded by her family.
“The last three months, even including that time (at Envita), our focus was her and our family,” Heath said. “We really spent, for the most part, all of this time together. That was good.”
Heath said the family will be forever grateful for the outpouring to his family during her treatments.
Friends and family helped raise more than $30,000 for the treatment at Envita — raffling off a storm shelter — and also held an auction for multiple Thunder items in May.
“It was just a blessing to us and it always came at the right time,” Heath said. “It really helped us fight. We had to stop writing thank you notes because we could never get through them all. That kind of support, there are people who don’t have that and we’ve met them.
“God has blessed us with support and the love of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people. I don’t deserve it, Jenni deserves it and that helped us make it through. Hopefully, that will continue to help us make it through.”
A MEMORIAL HAS BEEN SET UP FOR THE SEVEN KUFAHL CHILDRENS COLLEGE FUND
4200S. SUNNYLANE RD. DEL CITY OKLAHOMA 73115
ATTN – KUFAHL CHILDREN COLLEGE FUND.