- THE COMPETITION NEVER SLEEPS!
- COME READY TO PLAY OR NEVER START!
- AMATEURS TALK TRASH, PROFESSIONALS PLAY HARD!
- HEROES ARE REMEMBERED, LEGENDS ARE FOREVER!
- BASKETBALL WILL GET YOU TO THE DOOR, ACADEMICS WILL OPEN THE DOOR!
2016 AAU DII 17U National Champions
Front Row L to R: Eric Montanez, Brandon Pendrak, Mahir Sharif, Eric Hutt, Greg Bloodsworth
Back Row L to R: Coach Joe Pendrak, Chima Okwu-Lawerence, Aaron Scott, Corey Gordon, Alvin West, Coach Tye Taylor
Diamond State Titans 17U Win Big Shots Baltimore 2012
Congrats to Coach Larry Woody and the Titans 17U on going undefeated and winning Big Shots Baltimore 17U tournament.
2012 AAU National Championship 14U Medalist
Coach Rod Griffin, Mark Fay, Keith DeLoatch, Myles Cale, Kyrie, Lamar Hamrick, Marquis Wharton, Maurice Williams, Noah Rivera, Kristian Alexander
2014 AAU National Champions 15U
Kneeling L to R: Eric Montanez, Shannon McCants, Kineph Turner, Brandon Pendrak, Ricky Holmes
Standing L to R; Coach Billy DiMascio, Coach Joe Pendrak, Tyreke Booker, Eric Ayala, Elias Revelle, Myles Cale, Coach H.Whatley
Titans Win 9th Grade AAU National Championship
August 8, 2014
Cale Leads Diamond State Titans to AAU Title
6'3" point guard Myles Cale hit a three-point basket with 18 seconds to go to lead the Diamond State Titans (DE) to a come from behind victory over Baltimore's Finest to win the 9th grade boys basketball AAU title in Hampton, Virginia this past weekend.
Cale, from Appoquinimink High (DE), is the #2 rated player in Delaware in the class of 2017. He was a first team Flight A All-Conference selection this past 2013-2014 season. He also scored 28 points in the semifinal game as the Titans defeated Central Western (NY) 73-59. Revelle of Howard High (DE) chipped in with 16 points and Ayala hit for 12 points.
The Titans had a strong team which included the 6'2" Ayala, who is the #1 rated player in the class of 2017 in Delaware and is a National Top 50 player in his class. He averaged 9 rebounds per game in the tournament and is a scoring machine.
Revelle, who is the #9 ranked player in the class of 2017 in Delaware, is a great rebounder and shot blocker who helped the Titans win. He will be a very good player for Howard this winter.
The Titans were 7-0 in the tournament and were coached by Curtis Clack. Mr. Rod Griffin heads the Diamond State Titans (DE).
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2015 AAU Memorial Day Classic 16U Champions
Kneeling L to R: Coach Tye Taylor, Kineph Turner, Brandon Pendrak, Caleb Matthews, Eric Montanez, Corey Gordon
Standing l to R: Coach Joe Pendrak, Elias Revelle, Jordan Perkins, Aaron Scott, Chima Okwu-Lawrence, Parker Leto, Coach Jason Matthews
2015 Diamond State Titans 16U Charm City Champions
16U AAU Super Showcase 2006 Runner Up
2006 AAU 16U Super Showcase 2nd Round Game: Titans defeated
the Georigia Hurricanes,78-52,leading scorers for the
Titans,Larry Webster 18 points,Nate Armstrong 15
points,Tracy Jones 12 points,RJ Griffin 9 points.
2006 AAU 16U Super Showcase Quarterfinal Game: Titans
defeated Kentucky Hoopstars,55-48,leading scorers for the
Titans,Larry Webster 10 points,RJ Griffin 9 points,Tracy
Jones 9 points,Nate Armstrong 8 points
2006 AAU 16U Super Showcase Semifinal Game: Titans defeated
Kissimmee Wildcats,87-83,leading scorers for the
Titans,Tracy Jones 31 points,Larry Webster 12 points,Nate
Armstrong 11 points,RJ Griffin 9 points.
2006 AAU 16U Super Showcase Championship Game: Titans lost to
Kappa Magic from North Carolina,91-77,leading scorers for
the Titans,Tracy Jones 25 points,RJ Griffin 14 points,JJ
Dickey 13 points
Titans Place Second at AAU Super Showcase
From The News Journal staff reports
Posted Thursday, August 10, 2006
The Diamond State Titans boys' AAU basketball team showed it could compete with some of the nation's best 16- and 17-year-old teams last month in Orlando, Fla.
The Titans, based in Middletown, finished second in their division of the AAU 16-under Super Showcase, a 48-team event held July 20-23 at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex. They also competed in the 17-under Super Showcase, reaching the final eight in their division of the 64-team event held July 23-27.
In the 16-under event, the Titans lost to the Kappa Magic 91-77 in the championship game. Tracy Jones, a 6-foot-4 guard from Cape Henlopen High, led the Titans with 25 points. R.J. Griffin, a 6-4 guard from Charter School,added 14 points, and J.J. Dickey, a guard from Delcastle, had 13 points.In an 87-83 semifinal victory over the Kissimmee Wildcats, Jones scored 31 points, and Larry Webster, a 6-7 forward from Elkton, Md., added 12 points. Webster sustained an ankle injury in first quarter of the championship game.
The Titans finish their season with the Sonny Hill Future Stars Tournament, Aug. 16-20 in Philadelphia.
Diamond State Titans, 2007 AAU Super Regional Champions
2010 Charlie Smith Memorial Tournament, 17U Champs
2007 Clash of The Titans 17U Champs
2008 AAU Super Regional Champions 16U
Frontrow L to R: Dawayne Perkins, Chris Roberts, Stephen Poarch, Leron Kosh, Amos Clay III, Coach Rod Griffin
Backrow L to R:Pieter Prinsloo, Joel Brokenbrough, Artie Hollingsworth
16U Diamond State Titans, AAU Super Regional Championship,Silver Medalist
16U On The Victory Stand at The South Jersey Shore Invitational 2006
14U Champs South Jersey Shore Invitational 2006
Cameron Thomas,Phenom 150 Camp
2006 Clash of The Titans 16U Runner-Up
Leron Kosh,Phenom 150 Camp
2006 Clash of The Titans 14U Runner-Up
2006 Clash of The Titans 15U Runner-Up
Nate Armstrong Scores 1500th Career Points
Elite75 Prep Showcase
Congrats to the Diamond State Titans players on participating in the Elite75 Prep Showcase 2006 in Gastonia North Carolina. The Titans got the opportunity to compete against top nationally ranked players in each age division from across the nation. Numerous major scouting services were on hand to include Hoop Scoop,Generation Next,The Buckeye Report and many others to evaluate talent. The Diamond State players earned high praise for their performances at this talent laden event and had write ups in several major publications as Stars on The Rise for noteworthy performances. We are very proud of our players,their accomplishments and thank the parents for their support.