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Think you have what it takes to be King/Queen of the Hardwood? Teams will compete for position in pool play, then battle to be crowned through bracket play. Minimum of 4 games with rewards for division champions. Multiple team discounts available with additional discounts with presentation of event flyer. Click here to register for the 3rd Annual King of the Hardwood Tournament and enjoy some exciting, competitive basketball!
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two ten basketball
The San Antonio Two Ten youth basketball program is a faith based club based in San Antonio, TX. We were established in 2005 by Founder, Coach, and Trainer Raymond Briggs where we are using basketball as a vehicle to teach life skills and develop our youth for success on and off the court at the high school level and beyond.
Since we started working in the San Antonio community we have been able to touch the lives of over 100 players beginning at the age of 9 all the way through high school and into college. Our program operates year round and consists of a precise system of development that allows us to monitor and track their growth.
Our basketball program includes on court skills and player I.Q training, club travel teams, camps, clinics, training’s, NCAA exposure tournaments, personalized development plans, stat tracking and player profiles, ACT & SAT prep classes and tutoring, and strength and conditioning training. Our goal is to develop the God given talents and abilities that our youth are blessed with and create an environment where these talents can grow into a tool that can be used for success in life.
Throughout our path thus far we are excited to state that every kid who has spent at least one year in our program has went on to college in some aspect through both academics and sports. Every year we work very hard volunteering many hours to help generate the needed resources to help support our program and the many families from all different backgrounds who’s kids without these resources would not have the opportunity to participate. For more info visit www.twotenjayhawks.com.