OBCA ALL STAR GAMES ROSTERS

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, OBCA ALL STAR GAME, Uncategorized on March 30, 2017 by OBCA

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OBCA ALL STAR GAMES

JUNE 3RD 2017 @ EAST CENTRAL UNIVERSITY

GAMETIMES

2:00 – CLASS 4A/5A/6A

3:15 – CLASS 2A VS CLASS 3A

4:30 – CLASS A VS CLASS B

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CLASS B TEAM 

Hank Harrell – Leedey

Blake Crase – Leflore

Garrett Rice – Webbers Falls

Chase Epperson – Calumet

William Slater – Tyrone

Kobe Smith – Earlsboro

Tanner Rieger – Burlington

Dylan Combs – Varnum

Jake Hanson – Sharon Mutual

Orin McGee – Duke
Coach Jacob Mayfield – Calumet 

 

 

CLASS A TEAM

Mekhi Edwards – New Lima

Zayne Goode – Stuart

Team Hackler – Kiowa

Cade Harelson – Davenport

Josh Harris – Okarche

Jared Hart – Hydro-Eakley

Tucker Powell – Arapaho-Butler

Landon Rayburn – Alex

Greydon Steinmetz – Ft. Cobb-Broxton

Kade Tracy – Pond Creek-Hunter

Coach Kenny McGough – Davenport

 

 

 

 

CLASS 2A TEAM                                                          

Dustin West – Latta

Cole Seaborn – Dale

Trent Crow – Rejoice Christian

Luak Tut – Merritt

Tanner Mong – Merritt

Koby Love – Preston

Champ Bridges – Chouteau

Trae McGinnis – Vanoss

Jacob Sockey – Talihina

Bryce Brister – Silo

Coach Travis Wheeler – Chouteau-Mazie              

 

 

CLASS 3A TEAM

Brewster Peacock – Verdigris

Ryon Freeman – Hugo

Tyeus Daugherty – Tahlequah-Sequoyah

Jermaine Smith  – Star Spencer

Riley Hamilton – Purcell

Wesley McClendon – Comanche

Tristan Jorgensen – Prague

Read Streller – Oklahoma Christian

Marcus Alexander – OKC Centennial

Quinton Johnson – OKC Centennial

Coach Garrett Mantle – OKC Centennial

 

 

 

 

CLASS 4A / 5A / 6A TEAM (Will split at a later date)
Tony Elix – St. Marys

Callen Hayden – El Reno

Adrian Rodriquez – Union

Carlos Slaughter – Harrah

Kobe Rose – Tulsa Memorial

Marques Wilson – Ed. North

DeAndre Knight – John Marshall

Romeo Harvey – Eisenhower

Cameron Martin – Yukon

Tyler Tiger – Catoosa

Tylor Arnold – Pryor

Marvin Johnson – Ed. North

Jace Shepard – Ft. Gibson

Isaiah Thomas – Tulsa Memorial

Keenan Ballance – Sapulpa

Brock Henderson – Chickasha

Chris Loftis – Ardmore

Tony Hall – Broken Arrow

Kyle Dortez – Ft. Gibson

Taylor Cox – Durant

Kyle Kenner – Sand Springs

Tanner Meraz – Elgin

Marco Charquino – Kingfisher

Mason Wiggins – Roland

Coach: Conley Phipps – Sapulpa
Coach: Rodney Haydon – El Reno

 

OBCA All-Star Weekend Dunk Contest Champion

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, OBCA ALL STAR GAME on June 4, 2017 by OBCA


Zayne Goode  – Stuart HS

OBCA All-Star Weekend 3-Point Champion

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, OBCA ALL STAR GAME on June 4, 2017 by OBCA

Elan Eagle – Sequoyah-Tahlequah HS

OBCA All-Star Weekend 

Posted in Uncategorized on June 2, 2017 by OBCA

2017 OBCA Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

Posted in Uncategorized on May 30, 2017 by OBCA

OBCA HALL OF FAME2017

Induction Ceremony: Saturday, June 3, in Ada 

Five new members will be inducted into the Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday in Ada.

Tim Bart of Bartlesville, director of the hall of fame, announced the Class of 2017. Jack Begley, Cecil Hankins, Ron Murphey, Robert Sprague and Bailey Van Zant will be honored during a luncheon at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Chickasaw Business & Conference Center Foundation Hall on the campus of East Central University. Begley, Hankins and Murphey will be enshrined posthumously.

Begley, who died in 2004, coached at Texhoma and Clinton high schools from 1958 through 1966. Following a year coaching in Texas, he returned to Oklahoma as head coach of Panhandle State for eight seasons.

In four seasons at Clinton, Begley won back-to-back state championships (1964, 1965) with the help of All-Staters Melvin and Carlos Bell.

Upon leaving the coaching ranks, Begley entered Oklahoma politics. He was elected and re-elected to seven consecutive terms in the Legislature. For 10 years, he served as chairman of the Appropriations and Budget Subcommittee on Education.

Hankins, who died in 2002, coached basketball, football, track, baseball and golf in Sand Springs for 16 years, ultimately retiring as director of athletics in 1988. He was inducted into the Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 1975.

His athletic career bordered on legend. At Oklahoma A&M, he played football under Jim Lookabaugh and basketball under Henry Iba.

He was a speedy halfback and defensive back on the undefeated 1945 team that recently was declared national champion. He also averaged 13 points for the Iba team that won the national basketball championship in 1945.

Hankins had opportunities to play professional basketball and football. He chose basketball for two seasons, one year with the Boston Celtics.

At Sand Springs, he coached baseball star Jerry Adair and officiated basketball and football at the collegiate level.

Murphey, who died in 2016, spent 29 years coaching high school basketball at Felt and Texhoma. 

At Texhoma from 1980 through 2000, Murphey won a state championship (1994) and had a runner-up team (1988) and coached in the 1996 All-State and Faith 7 games.

He had two stints at Felt in Cimarron County. He started his career there in 1971, before moving to Texhoma. He worked as superintendent at Plainview (2001-11) and came out of retirement in 2014-15 to earn his 400th victory at Felt.

Sprague spent 42 years in education, all in Tulsa, retiring in 2014.

At Webster, Hale and Memorial, he was either head coach (22 years) or assistant coach (13 years). At Webster, he served under Hall of Fame coach Bill Allen. At Hale, he worked under another Hall of Fame coach, Woody West. At Memorial, he also served as director of athletics from 1997 through his retirement in 2014.

He was inducted into the Tulsa Public Schools Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015.

Van Zant was a head coach for 23 years during his 37-year tenure in education.

He coached at Pond Creek (1949-54) and Pryor (1954-69) before accepting the challenge of starting the basketball program at Seminole Junior College.

After three seasons at Seminole (1969-72), he moved to Texas where he coached another 14 years at the high school and junior college levels.

He has been inducted into the Northwestern State University Hall of Fame (2002), where he played basketball and baseball, and the Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame (1968). He coached in the 1958 All-State game and in the 1958 and 1960 All-American high school basketball games.

Tickets for the 16th OBCA Hall of Fame luncheon are $15. A reception is scheduled for 10:30 a.m.

 

 

 

 

OBCA ALL STAR GAME JUNE 3rd

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, OBCA ALL STAR GAME, Uncategorized on May 30, 2017 by OBCA

OBCA ALL STAR GAMES

JUNE 3RD 2017 @ EAST CENTRAL UNIVERSITY

GAMETIMES

2:00 – CLASS 4A/5A/6A

3:15 – CLASS 2A VS CLASS 3A

4:30 – CLASS A VS CLASS Bimg_3478

 

 

OBCA / OKC THUNDER 2017 COACHES CLINIC

Posted in COACHES CORNER, NEWS, Uncategorized on May 4, 2017 by OBCA

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OBCA / THUNDER COACHES CLINIC

 

 

In your role as a basketball coach, you have had a direct impact on our community and the growth of our sport within the region that is simply immeasurable. As we look for ways to create an optimal framework for our local players and coaches to thrive, we are thrilled to have you take part in the journey to learn and build together.

We hope you will join us for the seventh annual Oklahoma City Thunder Coaches Clinic on Saturday, Aug. 19. Each year we strive to create an experience that will assist every participant in the pursuit of progress by creating an impactful program for coaches. Creating a safe, challenging and intentional development program is at the heart of our goals, and we will continue to pursue influential speakers that exhibit qualities that embody our culture through progressive and proven techniques.

Please join us as we celebrate the pursuit of this progress at this year’s clinic. Register now to secure your spot:

 

OSU TEAM CAMP

Posted in COACHES CORNER, Uncategorized on April 26, 2017 by OBCA

 

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2017 Team Camp Registration Form UPDATED[1]

 

 

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