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Tennessee Celtics, formerly known as SPBA, is basketball organization based out of Strawberry Plains, TN. We have competed and won many state championships in a variety of different travel basketball associations through out the years.  Currently for 2018 we have teams representing our program in the 11th grade Boys, 10th grade boys, 9th grade boys (2 teams), 6th grade boys, and 8th grade girls divisions.  This year our program and our teams represent the State of Tennessee with athletes from various high schools and middles schools from the area.  

The 2017 10th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season as Tennessee State Champions with a 22-9 record.  The 2017 11th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season as Tennessee State Champions.  The 2017 8th Grade Tennessee Celtics and the 2017 Tennessee Lady Celtics had a great season where all the players made improvements, won a bunch of games and tournaments and work extremely hard to improve their game.

The 2016 9th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season 2nd in the State & in the Region for USBA and with a 22-9 record.  The 2016 11th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season 3rd in the State for YBOA and with a 14-13 record.  The 2016 Tennessee Lady Celtics had a great season where all  the girls worked extremely hard and showed a lot of improvement.  

The 2015 10th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season 2nd in the YBOA State championship and with a 24-8  record.

The 2014 9th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season 3rd place in the YBOA state championship and with a 15-14 record.  

The 2013 11th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season as the Tennessee State AYBA Champions, the 2013 East Tennessee AYBA Sub-sate Championship, and finished the with a 21-8 record.

The 2012 10th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished the season as the Tennessee State YBOA Champions, the 2012 East Tennessee YBOA Sub-state Champions, and finished with a 21-3 record.

The 2011 9th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished third in the State of Tennessee in YBOA and finished with a 30-11 record.

The 2010 11th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished 3rd in the State tournament in YBOA & were invited to the National tournament in Orlando, Florida. This group finished up a 6 year career with the Celtics winning 164 games in that time.

The 2009 11th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished 7th at the National Tournament and 2nd in the State of Tennessee for the third straight year in YBOA.

The 2008 10th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished 4th in the Nation at the National Tournament and 2nd in the state of Tennessee for the second straight year in YBOA.

The 2007 9th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished 2nd in that state of Tennessee and 21st in the National Tournament in YBOA.

The 2006 8th grade & 2005 7th grade boys Tennessee Celtics finished 3rd in the state of Tennessee.  

The 2005 7th grade boys Tennessee Celtics placed 13th in the National Tournament & and were invited to the national tournament again in 2006 in Orlando, Florida in YBOA.

A special Thanks! to all of our parents, sponsors, and players over the years that have participated with this program in the past. We would not be who we are and where we are today if it wasn't for all of your guys support. Please visit our sponsors page to see the outstanding companies that have donated to help our program succeed.

 

Congratulations to Austin Gardner, member of the Tennessee Celtics from 2006-2009, for signing with Walter State to continue his basketball career. Austin is the first, of hopefully, many Celtic players to sign with a college. Austin scored over 2,000 points in his 4 years with the Celtics and was selected to the National All-Tournament team in 2008 at the National Tournament.

Congratulations to Nathan Seal, member of the Tennessee Celtics in 2017, for signing with King University to continue his basketball career.  Nathan scored 717 points in just one season with the Tennessee Celtics.  Nathan and his teammate also won the 2017 YOBA Tennessee State Championship.