Registration is Full at 100 Teams 2015 East Coast Homeschool Basketball Championships Our 19th Tournament will be March 10-14th at Liberty University and will feature 100 homeschool basketball teams from 12 States.
36 Varsity Boys Teams (FULL) 28 Varsity Girls Teams (FULL) 16 JV Boys Teams (FULL) 12 MS Boys Teams (FULL) 8 MS Girls Teams (FULL)
(posted Jan 7) Last nights contest between Rival Homeschool Groups. Despite the on court rivalry, both teams were able to put their differences aside to join together to give God the glory! It is a true testimony of a Christ-Like attitude within our team.
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and the Patriots...
New Website Section: Alumni Events and Reunions
(posted Jan 7) Victors Homeschool (MS) 1st Alumni Game... Class of 2008-2011 vs. Class of 2012-2014 with Class of 2015 Referees!
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(posted Jan 23) Congratulations Coach Kim Mountain! For his 300 wins he received a plaque from the American Volleyball Coaches Association! Thanks to all of the girls past and present who made this possible!
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New Sports League Added Michigan Home School Sports Association
(posted Jan 13) 3rd place finish this weekend at the East Moline Christian Varsity Girls Invitational, your Sportsmanship Award, and DMI's Candace Wilson for winning tournament MVP.
more on the Defenders...
(posted Jan 13) Green Country Defenders - 8th grade boys team for winning the Cleveland Tourney Championship!, Green Country Varsity Girls win the 2015 Regent Prep Tourney Championship!, Varsity Boys place 3rd at the 2015 Regent Tournament of Champions
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TEXAS: Lubbock Titans
The Titan Jr High White BASKETBALL team defeated Lubbock Christian tonight, 38-32. Great job, Titans!
Indy Silver Lightning Congratulations Coach Kim Mountain! For his 300 wins he received a plaque from the American Volleyball Coaches Association! Thanks to all of the girls past and present who made this possible!
Manatee HEAT Way to go HEAT Basketball!!!! They beat Pepin Academy Varsity 73-53, making 35% of their field goals and 63% of their free throws. And special recognition to Gabriel Brink, our senior.