- We are the future for Dublin Basketball
- We must take the 1st step to greatness
- We Rebounds, Runs, and Scores!
- 4th - 8th grades girls try-out Mar. 3, 2020
- Who Wants To Play?
Welcome to the home of the
Carondelet High School Class of 2024
Hart girls basketball
The Hart Middle School eighth-grade girls team took the Tri-Valley Athletic League championship, beating Harvest Park 48-25 in the finals.
The team, which finished the season 11-1, consisted of coaches Terri McMorrow and Gina Lyng, and players Paige Bennett, Abi Arunachalam, Emily Schuchardt, Natalie Piergrossi, Sasha Jones, Riley Young, Beti Terpstra, Katie Salonga, Shayna Humphrey, and Jillian Barth.
DUBLIN PANTHERS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE 2020 BASKETBALL SPRING SESSION
Mar. 3rd to May. 31st.
Practice on Mar. 14th, 2020, St. Elizabeth Seton Gym, Pleasanton.
1 pm - 4 pm (4th thru 8th girls)
4th, 5th, and 6th @ 1 pm to 2:30 pm
7th, and 8th @ 2:30 pm to 4 pm
Uniforms are $125
Contact Coach Stevon for more information.
We accept checks, cash, and venmo,
Spring Jamboree Basketball Tournament
Spring Jamboree Basketball Tournament
Mar. 21 - May 30, 2020
4th thru 8th grades Girls and Boys
plays 2 games or 3 games
All games are played in the Pleasanton area
You go 3-0 and you come back next week for free
$100 per team for 2 games
$150 per team for 3 games
who wants to play?
Text Coach Stevon (925)202-8873 for more info
Have developed a basketball program full of drills, and real strategy basketball plays to help them while on any team or just personal practice. Please come out during our team practice days to play.
Coaches Job Description:
We are deeply involved in AAU Youth Basketball. Our program is looking to hire a Coach with basketball knowledge and a strong desire to teach the fundamentals of the game. Dublin Panthers is in its 1st year of AAU basketball and we want to establish a positive strong foundation for our youth to quickly to share our love for the game while teaching fundamentals, positive attitudes, and teamwork.
This is a terrific opportunity to learn from a former college and professional coach. The person hired for this position will need strong critical thinking skills and creativity in order to integrate into our dynamic and passionate team. Weekly hours are part time to start - after 3pm, including Saturdays and/or Sundays during our spring, summer and fall seasons. The instructor will assist in teaching basketball and will be compensated based on experience.
If you are interested please contact us at email@example.com
Call Us at (510) 474-0719
Welcome to Dublin Panthers
We want this to be a great experience for your child (or children) and you.
Our mission statement is to teach PANTHERS boys and girls basketball in a fun and competitive atmosphere that encourages skill development, sportsmanship, camaraderie and learning how to win and lose with class. We are currently working on a Youth Development Model where the focus is not just basketball skills, but also mentoring, tutoring, and assisting with keeping their grades up.
Below is a little more detail to let you know what is expected of your youth athlete and what you can expect of the coaches. We would like to work with your children who are 3rd grades through 6th grades for both boys and girls.
Our Goals for the Kids:
- Seed a passion for basketball in all of our players. Hopefully, this will be the start of a lifetime of playing the game of basketball.
- Compete, learn something about themselves and grow as athletes and people.
- Learn basketball skills and fundamentals.
- Have fun!
Expectations we have of the Coaches:
- 100% commitment and respect for your kids as individuals and for the team.
- Positive attitudes and constant encouragement.
- An appropriate level of challenging the kids to work hard, which will result in positive results on the court. There is a delicate balance between pushing too hard and not pushing hard enough at the young ages. If you think we're pushing too much, or not enough, just let us know.
- Structured practices with an appropriate mix of repetition to breed basketball instinct and new drills/routines to avoid boredom and learn new aspects of the game.
Expectations we have of the kids:
- Great attitudes! This is CRITICAL in basketball because it is a game of surges and momentum. If we get discouraged every time a team scores several points in a row on us, we will be defeated. We want the kids to stay calm, dig in and work through it. Similarly, when we make a run on other teams, we want the kids not to be complacent but continue to work hard. If one kid gets down, it can quickly bring everyone down.
- Work as a TEAM: Basketball is fun when you work as a team. That means EVERYONE plays unselfishly, plays tough defense, hustles, dives and gets rebounds, hustles back on defense, etc...
- Attend practices and be on time for games (30 minutes before a game for warm-ups).
- Listen and Learn: We hope and expect all kids that want to play, hustle and have fun. Everyone needs to understand their part and execute. They are accountable to each other and to the coaches. In order to succeed, EVERYONE must listen, learn and execute.
- Show great sportsmanship ... Win or Lose.
If you are interested in joining the Dublin Panthers please contact us at:
Text (Head Coach) Stevon Jones (925) 202-8873
Congratulations to the Panthers Girls that made their school team.
6th Fallon Middle School
7th Fallon Middle School
8th Fallon Middle School
7th Harvest Park Middle School
7th Wells Middle School
7th Hart Middle School
Good luck with your school teams in 2018/19.
Carr at morning workout