Montgomery

5A, Kelly Savoy, Head Coach

Idalou

Idalou HS, 3A, Tyler Helms, Head Coach

Mansfield Legacy

Mansfield Legacy HS, 5A, Cornelius Mitchell, Head Coach

Dickinson

Dickinson HS, 6A, Jason Wilson, Head Coach

Crockett

Crockett HS, 3A, Demondrae Murray, Head Coach

Lake Highlands

6A, Joe Duffield, Head Coach

New Home

New Home HS, 2A, Tanner Martin, Head Coach

Saint Thomas Episcopal

TAPPS 4A, Montarion Jones, Head Coach

Houston Washington

Houston Washington HS, 4A, Vincent Grayson, Head Coach

Beaumont United

Beaumont United HS, 5A, David Green, Head Coach

Lubbock Cooper

5A, Kyle Lovorn, Head Coach

Huckabay

Huckabay HS, 1A, Dustin Hargrove, Head Coach

New Deal

New Deal HS, 2A, Kyler Bean, Head Coach

SA Antonian College Prep

SA Antonian College Prep, TAPPS 6A, Rudy Bernal, Head Coach

Amarillo Caprock

5A, David Smiley, Head Coach

Austin Westlake

6A, Robert Lucero, Head Coach

Lipan

Lipan HS, 2A, Brent Gaylor, Head Coach

Tomball Concordia Lutheran

Tomball Concordia Lutheran, TAPPS 6A, Bill Honeck, Head Coach

Dallas Kimball

Dallas Kimball HS, 5A, Nicke Smith, Head Coach

Wichita Falls City View

3A, Bobby Morris, Head Coach

Calvert

1A, Michael Thomas, Head Coach

Athens Christian Prep

TAPPS 1A, Ronnie Raines, Head Coach

Little River Academy

3A, Brian Pursche, Head Coach

McMullen County

1A, Jeremy Mills, Head Coach

LaPoynor

2A, Jim Reid, Head Coach

Coppell

6A, Clint Schnell, Head Coach

Waco LaVega

4A, William Cartwright, Head Coach

Buda Johnson

Buda Johnson HS, 5A, Ben Kinnison, Head Coach

Bishop Gorman

TAPPS 4A, Jon Froelich, Head Coach

Ovilla Christian School

Ovilla Christian School, TAPPS 2A, Josh Johnson, Head Coach

Fort Bend Hightower

5A, Stephen Woods, Head Coach
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Little River Academy

3A, Brian Pursche, Head Coach

SA Antonian College Prep

SA Antonian College Prep, TAPPS 6A, Rudy Bernal, Head Coach

Tomball Concordia Lutheran

Tomball Concordia Lutheran, TAPPS 6A, Bill Honeck, Head Coach

Fort Bend Hightower

5A, Stephen Woods, Head Coach

Lubbock Cooper

5A, Kyle Lovorn, Head Coach

Waco LaVega

4A, William Cartwright, Head Coach

New Home

New Home HS, 2A, Tanner Martin, Head Coach

Lake Highlands

6A, Joe Duffield, Head Coach

Mansfield Legacy

Mansfield Legacy HS, 5A, Cornelius Mitchell, Head Coach

Crockett

Crockett HS, 3A, Demondrae Murray, Head Coach

Ovilla Christian School

Ovilla Christian School, TAPPS 2A, Josh Johnson, Head Coach

Lipan

Lipan HS, 2A, Brent Gaylor, Head Coach

Buda Johnson

Buda Johnson HS, 5A, Ben Kinnison, Head Coach

McMullen County

1A, Jeremy Mills, Head Coach

Houston Washington

Houston Washington HS, 4A, Vincent Grayson, Head Coach

Saint Thomas Episcopal

TAPPS 4A, Montarion Jones, Head Coach

Huckabay

Huckabay HS, 1A, Dustin Hargrove, Head Coach

Wichita Falls City View

3A, Bobby Morris, Head Coach

Athens Christian Prep

TAPPS 1A, Ronnie Raines, Head Coach

Idalou

Idalou HS, 3A, Tyler Helms, Head Coach

New Deal

New Deal HS, 2A, Kyler Bean, Head Coach

Calvert

1A, Michael Thomas, Head Coach

Dickinson

Dickinson HS, 6A, Jason Wilson, Head Coach

Montgomery

5A, Kelly Savoy, Head Coach

Amarillo Caprock

5A, David Smiley, Head Coach

LaPoynor

2A, Jim Reid, Head Coach

Coppell

6A, Clint Schnell, Head Coach

Beaumont United

Beaumont United HS, 5A, David Green, Head Coach

Bishop Gorman

TAPPS 4A, Jon Froelich, Head Coach

Austin Westlake

6A, Robert Lucero, Head Coach

Dallas Kimball

Dallas Kimball HS, 5A, Nicke Smith, Head Coach
TABC Member Top Ranked Teams

President’s Message

Dear TABC Members,
Finally, the season starts! You have worked hard to condition, train, strengthen and educate your team, while making it a healthy and enjoyable experience for them. Because of you, they are pumped, trained and ready. How about you? Enthusiastic, energized, and focused or stressed, sleep deprived, overwhelmed, can’t remember your last meal? Being a coach can be physically and emotionally draining. Are you taking care of yourself? As a coach, no one knows more about defense than you. Your entire day is one defensive move after the next. Maybe we need a lesson on “offense”! If you had an athlete who was facing difficult emotional stress, working/studying very long hours, struggling to keep up with school work, too busy to eat healthy, not sleeping well and generally not themselves, would you expect their very best performance on the court? What would you do? Consider these few options to help take care of yourself as you juggle family, basketball, leading, teaching, and mentoring…just to name a few responsibilities.

1. Listen – Be available to listen. Pay attention to the “talk” you have with yourself throughout the day. Is it positive? Is it optimistic? Is it helpful?

2. Move – Find one particular area of concern or problem to solve, such as poor nutrition. Now take the offensive…don’t just stand there, “move”. It’s only one small effort, but you can control it.

Teamwork – You are not alone! Your “team” can include anyone, but a variety of personalities and skills will always prove useful. Reach out to someone who seems to be struggling. Ask for help when you need it.

See you on the courts,
Angela Spurlock, President, TABC

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TABC CAMP OF CHAMPS 2022

Belton, Texas
June 3-5 Girls Team Camps (HS & JH)
June 6-8 Fundamental Camp (Girls & Boys)
June 9-11 Boys Team Camps (HS & JH)

The TABC, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches, invites your son or daughter to come and find out why the TABC Camp of Champs has come to be known as “the basketball camp FOR the basketball player.” Over the past 28 years, these camps have become a Texas Hoop Tradition. Our primary goal each summer is to help every player improve his or her skill level, while expanding their Basketball I.Q. and most importantly, having FUN! The TABC Camp of Champs Experience is guided by the ideal of helping each player by putting “the FUN in Fundamentals.” Our reputation for the camps has come from a focus on “All Basketball, All the Time!”

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2022 TABC
CAMP OF CHAMPS

Belton, Texas
June 3-5 Girls Team Camps (HS & JH)
June 6-8 Fundamental Camp (Girls & Boys)
June 9-11 Boys Team Camps (HS & JH)

The TABC, Texas Association of Basketball Coaches, invites your son or daughter to come and find out why the TABC Camp of Champs has come to be known as “the basketball camp FOR the basketball player.” Over the past 28 years, these camps have become a Texas Hoop Tradition. Our primary goal each summer is to help every player improve his or her skill level, while expanding their Basketball I.Q. and most importantly, having FUN! The TABC Camp of Champs Experience is guided by the ideal of helping each player by putting “the FUN in Fundamentals.” Our reputation for the camps has come from a focus on “All Basketball, All the Time!”

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