- Stars 15/u Go 3-1 in Arizona "Bash in the Desert"
- NOC Basketball named "Top Program in OC" by AAU 2017
- Map Elite Goes 4-0 in WCE HoopReview 2018
- Map Elite Wins Bash in Arizona 2018 Champions
- Map Elite Wins Vegas Championship 2018 Big City Sports
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Open Run, New Rules. Please read and follow. Please read information below.
I am listing all of the remaining Open Runs. If you cannot make any of the ones you signed up for, let me know immediately. If you do not show up for a run, you will be dropped for the remainder of the session. You must bring water, a mask and a towel. We will use same protocol that worked so well for us already. Parents can come in and watch but must bring a folding chair and wear a mask. Do not bring a basketball. Cost is $10 for each night you attend. If you have a non-NOC member cost is $15 a night. Here's the remaining Open Run dates and rosters:
Thursday 10/22... 6:30-8pm Amario, Scott, Zac, John B, Sark, Jules, Shane, Leo E, Devin, Isaiah F.
Saturday 10/24... 9-10:30am Mike W, Scott, Amario, Corey B, Zac, Jules, Shane, Leo E, Isaiah F, Anthony H
Wednesday 10/28... 6:30-8pm Ben Bui, Ben V, Devin, Leo E, Amario, Corey B, Scott S, Zac, Jules, Shane
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UPCOMING PRACTICES/EVENTS/GAMES/Venue Addresses Revised 10/17.
2019-2020 Program Records
Map Elite #19 Nationally:
Noc Stars: 11-3
Noc Elite: 9-3
Noc Premier: 8-4
Noc Select: 9-4
Noc Elite 2023:
Noc 14/u Elite: 6-6
Noc Stars 13/u: 11-5
Noc LadyStars Cerritos: 16-2 Inland Empire Fall League Champs
Noc LadyStars Garden Grove: 15-2 San Diego Battle on the Beach Champs
NOC National Championships & State Championships
2009 Main Event National Champs 16/u Div
2010 BCS Nevada State Champions 11/u, 14/u & 17/u open Div
2010 Main Event Las Vegas National Champions 13/u
2011 BCS Nevada State Champions 14/u
2012 BCS Nevada Nationals 14/u Champions
2013 Pumps NCAA Tournament #5 ranking 17/u Silver Div
2013 BCS/USSSA National Champions 17/u Platinum Div
2014 Court Grip National Champions 14/u, 15/u & 16/u
2015 BigFoot Vegas Grand Event 17/u National Champs Gold Div
2015 "The Big One" NCAA National Tournament finished Top 16 in 17/u Open Div
2016 Pangos "Sweet 16" Champions 17/u Diamond Div
2016 BigFoot National Champions Las Vegas 17/u Champs 17/u Silver Div
2016 BigFoot "Last Call" Nationals finished #5 ranking 16/u Open Div
2017 WCE SoCal Hoop Review 5-0 17/u Open Div
2017 BigFoot National Champions 17/u Diamond Div
2018 WCE SoCal Hoop Review 4-0 17/u Open Div
2018 Big City Hoops Memorial Day Nationals Champions 17/u Open Div
2018 Big City Hoops Memorial Day Nationals Runner Up 17/u Gold Div
2018 Prep Hoops "Bash in the Desert" Champions 17/u Silver Div
2019 Prep Hoops National Championships Irvine 17/u Open Division finished ranked Top 20
Map Elite finished Season with a bang. Ranked Top 20 Prep Hoops Nationally 2019
Map Elite came into the Nationals ranked 31st in the Western Hustle Region. The Region covers 7 states including California, Nevada, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Oregon.
Friday night the tournament stated with Map playing another solid OC team, the OC Rain ranked #34. It was a close battle throughout the entire game with either team leading by more than 5 points. Billy Barnes led the team in the final 3 minutes to a 52-47 win and a guaranteed a 2nd round match-up with #2 New Mexico D1 Prep.
Game 2 was Saturday and it was a epic battle of David and Goliath. Everyone expected New Mexico to run away with it but Map Elite had a big surprise. Playing great team ball and getting stops when they needed, Map Elite led at the half by 3. The 2nd half was back and forth with Moussa, Gabe, Billy and the entire team giving all they had. Final with 11 seconds Map Elite had to foul and #5 New Mexico's top player missed the front end of a 1 an 1 only to have New Mexico rebound the miss. They hit the next 2 freethrows and that was the game, 44-40 New Mexicos lowest point total of the year.
Game #3 Map bounced back with a 38-24 win over LA Elite. Playing shorthanded with Joe getting his chin busted open, Billy, Moussa and Gabe held the offense together while Parker and Julian played strong D.
Game #4 was a tough loss to Utah Elite ranked number 13. Playing with just 6 players the final was 58-51. Daniel Chelling played his best game of the year and was a force inside. Billy, Moussa, Gabe, Parker and Julian fought with everything they had in them. "I am very proud of these young men for all of the effort and hard work they put into this season. Finishing 31-13 and a possible Top 20 National Ranking is way more than projected by the so called experts. Prep Hoops in their final Podcast talked about our program first and about the great effort against New Mexico who made it to the finals. Next year we look even better with a 7'2" center coming in from France, Gabe coming back to be a 6'8" forward, Billy will bring his outstanding guard play at the 2 and Zavian Rivera have a shot to be our point. Julian with be back a year better and Daniel Bradford, who came along way this season, will be back. See you soon
Map Elite Goes 3-1 in West Coast Elite Showcase 2019
Game 1 was another victory over Mike Moore's OC Pride program. This one was the biggest beating ever in a dunk fest in front of college coaches and a large crowd with the final being 95-40. This marked the 19th straight win over OC prides 17/u team and is the most lopsided win ever in the last 10 years.
Game 2 was a battle with Melbourne Warriors Prep from Australia. Playing tired and shooting poorly, Map Elite struggled at the outset but fought back and got a 15 point lead. Final score 48-38. Moussa got hurt and was out of the tournament but Gabe, Parker and Daniel B led Map to victory.
Game 3 was the toughest and most physical games I've been involved with in years. When the dust settled and Oregon Elites center was tossed out of the game, Map Elite won 56-50. Frank played his best game and was chosen for a video interview.
Game 4 was a tough loss to Eastvale Prep a good, solid team. Playing shorthanded again but fighting the whole way, Map Elite lost 44-34 to finish a solid 3-1 in the Showcase.
Cream of the Crop 2018 Results for Map Elite
Game 1 against LA Rockfish, Map Elite started off where they left off last week with a solid 79-55 win. Team played together and ran away from a very good team.
Game 2 was against the other LA Rockfish 17/u team and Map Elite won 59-32. Map held Rockfish to just 10 points in the 2nd half.
Game 3 Playing before 23 Div 1 coaches, Map Elite, a huge underdog, gave a scare to Belmont Shores that won a handshake from Dinos with 50 seconds left in the game. Tied with 3 minutes to go, Map Elite playing shorthanded with just 7 players ran out of gas and lost 47-41. This was a Marque game and Maps stock went way up.
Game 4 Map Elite bounced back and beat TNT 76-51.
Game 5 was a request from Pasadena Bulldogs to play Map Elite, who had beaten them by 3 earlier in the year. Pasadena was undefeated and asked for this rematch. It was a physical game from the start and at the half Map Elite led by 6. The second half Map ran away from Pasadena finally winning 68-41 and settling any question about who was better!
WCE SoCalHoops 2018 Review for Map Elite & NOC Stars
Congratulations to MiKai Benn, Art Angeles, Adi Jahic and Tjavis Miller for being chosen All Showcase. Map Elite runs its record to 9-0 in WCE Hoop Review for the last 2 years!
Map Elite: Game 1 Map Elite beat ARC Wildcats Elite 67-44
Game 2 Map Elite beat OGP 17 HQ 68-47
Game 3 Map Elite beat 2nd To Nine 57-44
Game 4 Map Elite finished the Showcase a perfect 4-0 with a 54-41 win over West Coast Elite San Diego
NOC Stars: Game 1 Stars defeated OGP 65-61
Game 2 Team Hardwood defeated Stars 55-49. Too many missed layups.
Game 3 Stars bounced back and defeated BTI Elite 55-48
Game 4 Stars gave away a 36-30 game to Ariz Rebels.
FROM COACH COUSO
The NOC Basketball program dedicates itself to providing athletic opportunities to a wide range of students and an environment in which all student-athletes can achieve their academic and competitive goals. In competition, our program provides an environment for social interaction, and TEAM building. Also, NOC will foster principles of sportsmanship, respect, fair play and athletic excellence, while maintaining our own integrity, ethical conduct and accountability. Our Motto is "No Player Turned Away". We will have make a place for you.
NOC 2017-2018 ReCap of Season
The 2017-18 Season started slow with Map Elite going 12-7 and looking for a leader with so mant stars going off to college. But like we have seen in the past, things got better, a lot better. Devyian Roberson returned Mikai Benn got healthy, Art Angeles joined the team and the rest of the stars came together Chris C, Joe B, Bryan S and Jailen N teamed up with young guns Julian T, Zavi R and Tjavis M. The team turned around fast going 4-0 in the WCE Hoop Review, winning the Arizona Prep Hoops tournament and then winning Las Vegas tournament, finishing 32-9, going on a 20-2 streak. The Program won 10 tournaments going 235-142. Stars Black playing in the 17/u Division in Las Vegas finished 2nd and 16 Select won 3 tournaments.Thanks to all of the coaches, players, parents and friends.
2016-17 comes to a close and NOC is still on Top
Map Elite finished 46-9, the highest winning percentage in program history. Winning Las Vegas National Open, going 5-0 in WCE NCAA showcase and finishing 4-1 in the Pangos "Cream of the Crop". Only loss was to Belmont shores by 9 in front of 23 Division 1 coaches at the Map. Our seniors are off to Vanguard Univ, Santiago canyon College, Unlv, Concordia, Iowa Central and Mira Costa College. NOC program finished 196-113 winning 9 tournaments. Big program wins over Earl Watson twice, Rock Fish, Team China, Fastbreak, Gamepoint San Diego helped boast our image. Thanks to all of the coaches, players , parents and friends for all of the hard work and support.
2015-2016 NOC Season ends on high note
I would like to take a moment to thank you all for your support this season. It was another solid season with our program winning 65% of its games. We finished 221-140. Our top team now called Map Elite in its first year went 48-14 winning the Pangos Sweet 16 and the BigFoot Last Call in Las Vegas. They beat top programs and continued to dominate ocpride, beating them for the 11 straight time. They beat Rock Fish for the first time and beat Gamepoint San Diego twice. Our Stars 16/u finished in the top 8 in the BigFoot National. The Asylum 15/u went 24-12. Our program is now one of the top AAU programs in SoCal.
2014-2015 Ends with NOC on Top
The season ends on a high note with Select and Supreme winning the ESPN/Map Classic. Stars had another banner season going 38-11 and winning the Las Vegas BigFoot 17/u Gold Title. They dominated local programs like ocpride, team mercadel and long beach gold to move to the top of orange county basketball. The program finished 142-38. Thanks to all of the coaches for their hard work and the players, parents, friends and families for all of their support.
2012-13 & 2013-14 Season summaries
Hard to believe it is over but our 18th season is now in the books. The program was stronger than ever going 289-92 winning 80% of its games! We won 4 National/State Titles. Our 17/u's finished ranked #5 in the Double Pump tourney and ranked #2 in California in the BigFoot Tournament by Cal Hoop Review. 15 Elite finished #1 in California in the BigFoot tourney by Cal Hoop Review. We had our first NOC Alumm join the NBA with Casper Ware playing for the Phil 76ers. Our program continues to grow and win. Thanks to All of our Coaches.
2012-13 was another solid year win our program winning over 70% of all its games, finishing 159-82. The Stars went 39-11 with wins over top programs like CABC, SCA, I-Can All-Stars, Fastbreak, Ariz Power & Ariz Hype Elite. They continued to dominate OC with wins over LB Gold, RSP, and 3 times over ocpride. We won the Las Vegas BigFoot NCAA tourney 17/u Gold Division and then finished strong with a #1 ranking at the GFHoopFest in August. Our program won 23 tournaments and finished 2nd 7 times! Thanks to the staff for their great job.