Megan Galloway signes with the University of Detroit
Jesse Foster signs with Georgetown College
Sami is a 3 year starter for Butler HS. 2nd Team All-GWOC. Played last season with Dayton Metro.
Rebecca is a 6'0" senior at Northwestern High School and has been playing with the
Metro for the last 3 years. She verbally committed to IPFW Division I on January 17.
National Teams will travel out of state to gain higher competition and exposure for the athlete!
Regional Teams will compete primarily in the Ohio Region!
Chelsea Winner - Indiana Wesleyan
Megan Galloway - University of Detroit
Sarah Ammons - Eckerd College
Chelsea Welch - Duquesne University
Konner Harris - Chicago State University
2012 Cincinnati Classic Champions 5-0. Championship game was played against Dayton Lady Hoopstars premiere team and won 62-53.
Miami Valley Tipp Off 3-1
AAU Tip Off Cincinnati 2-2
Wright St.Roundball Classic (14's) 1-2
AAU State Championship District Qualifier 2-2
AAU Super Regional Cincinnati 2-2
UD Classic 2-2
Deep South Classic in North Carolina 3-1
U.S. Junior Nationals 2-2
Music City Madness, TN. 3-2.
Metro sophomores end the 2011 season with another 1st place finish at the FILA Juniors 16U Tournament in Louisville, KY. 5 wins & 0 losses with victories over Lady Rams (Jacksonville, FL), Capitol City Comets (Columbus, OH), X-Citement Black (Chicago, IL), Kentucky Premier (Kentucky) and beating Ohio Lady Jayhawks (Columbus/Washington Court House) in the finals. Coach Welch’s team ended the season with 11 straight wins.
Pictured from left to right: Victoria Wabler (Wayne), Megan Galloway (Greenville), Chelsea Welch (Fairmont), Alona Skipper (Fairmont), Sarah Ammons (Mason), Trischa Lacy and Natalie Quinn (Centerville), Coach Brian Welch.
(Not pictured: Konner Harris (Sidney), Megan Miller (Middletown Madison).
COACH HUTCHISON ADDS; "CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 'JUNIORS TO BE' FOR THEIR HARD WORK AND SUCCESS THEY ACHIEVED THIS AAU SEASON. THEY REPRESENTED OUR COMMUNITY AND DAYTON METRO PROUDLY!"
The Dayton Metro Freshman win all 5 games to take the state title. They had wins over Capital City Comets, Cincinnati Swish, Dayton Lady Hoopstars, and Ohio Express. They will take a break for the month of June and pick back up for the college exposure tournaments in July.
Pictured from left to right:
Back row: Coach Crawmer, Katie Fenlon, Emily Ostendorf, Mackenzie Walker, Sarah O'Malley, Chea Taylor, Emily Smith, Coach Zimmerman
Front row: Haley Horstman, Shannon Reilly, Aubrey Zimmerman, Bethany Krause
Sami Baker; Georgetown College KY., D-II
Photo above: Georgetown College Coaches:
Head Coach Susan Johnson
Asst Coach Andrea McClosky
Vandalia Butler Varsity Coach: John Schmidt
Dayton Metro Coach Pat Manning
Rebecca Brunner - Indiana-Ft. Wayne University, D-I
Rebecca Brunner signing her "Letter of Intent" to attend Indiana-Ft. Wayne University.
Photo above: Rebecca with Father and Mother
Erika Thornsberry - Lipscomb University
Erika Thornsberry Signing Letter of Intent to Play at Lipscomb University!
Erika is a 4 year starter at St. Mary's HS and 2009-2010 1st Team All Western Buckeye League and 1st Team All District Player 2010.
Photo above: Erika, Mary Ann Thornsberry (Mother), Jeff Thornsberry (Father), and Saint Marys Head Coach Kelly Fulmer.
Delanie Wolf - Ashland University, D-II
Delanie Wolf, joined by her parents James and Shelly Wolf, and high school coach Nann Stechschulte, signing to play basketball for head coach Sue Ramsey at Ashland University.
100% of the proceeds go to the
S. Parker Bernard Scholarship Fund.
Dates March 14th, 15th, 16th
Boys 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades
- 3 Game minimum
$175 per team
Mar 8-10, 2013
Boys 4th – 6th Grades
Fairmont High School and Trent Arena
All proceeds go to Joey Sharpe Scholarships and Hardship Grants
Dayton Metro -Felder 17U team won the Silver Bracket Championship at the prestigious King James Classic tournament in Akron, Ohio in which there were over 100 teams in their age group from all over the US and Canada. The team finished the weekend 6-1 and beat some very good teams along the way. Dayton Metro-Felder got off to a slow start in pool play losing their first game and then won their next pool game by over 50 points! They then won five games in a row in bracket play to claim the championship. They beat former NBA player and ESPN analyst Tim McCormick's ACB Hoops Bank team in the championship. Four players on the ACB team have committed to Division 1 schools to play basketball in 2012 and a fifth is a highly recruited Division 1 player. It was a great win for Dayton Metro - Felder!
Picture: Front row L to R: Kendrick Williams, Marques Greene, Ryne Pugh, Jack Mapes, Coach Greg Felder Back Row L to R: Coach Chris Mapes, Jordan Bryant, Cole French, Greg Felder, Khaleal McCormick, Taylor Decker. ( Not Pictured Zach Stillings)
Dayton Metro finished pool play 2-1, with wins over EC Elite (50-33), Hustle Elite (45-37), and a loss to N. Carolina Hawks BB Association (56-49). In championship bracket play, Dayton Metro started strong with a win over Iron Men Elite (55-46), California Tri-City Youth (66-63) in OT, and Eastside Hoops (55-36), before taking a loss to home state rival Ohio Hoopsters Future (44-29) in the final four. Metro would close the tournament 0-2 with a 44-38 loss to All-Ohio Purple. According to Coach Chuck Painter, his squad was “very hungry” the entire week. Although several of his kids had their moments throughout the week, TK Robinson and John Alessandro were the most consistent players over the course of the tournament. Congratulations to all three teams for representing the Buckeye State big time.
Bottom Row: Looking at picture (Left to Right) Jack Campbell, KJ Redmon, Cade Morgan, Storm Painter – Back Row (Right to Left) Coach Painter, Kyle Lawson, Alex Reigelsperger, John Alessandro, Drew Ashurst, TK Robinson, Joe Alessandro and Coach Redmon.
Not Pictured – Jackson Stoller