Simply put, these Girls teams are the Best of the Best in HomeSchool Basketball. These end of the season Rankings include the very best HomeSchool teams across the nation from the 2013-14 Basketball Season. The Lubbock Lady Titans claimed their 1st ever Undisputed National Championship defeating Memphis' MHEA Eagles in front of 6,000+ fans at Missouri State University. Tennessee & Texas HomeSchool Basketball had quite a year with 11 of the national top 20 hailing from these two states. Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma & Virginia had teams mentioned in these rankings.
Simply put, these are the Best of the Best in HomeSchool Basketball. These Rankings include the very best HomeSchool teams across the nation from the 2013-14 Basketball Season. The OKC Storm once again defeated Houston's HCYA Warriors in a thrilling tripple overtime Undisputed National Championship Game, in front of the packed 7,000+ fans at Missouri State University. Augusta's GAIS Eagles, Michigan's St. Johns Warriors, Dallas' HSAA Angels, & Tulsa's NOAH Jaguars all finished in the National Top 10 for at least the 2nd year in a row. Arkansas SCCHEA Warriors, Indiana's Northside Lions, & the Wichita Defenders, all made their first ever appearance in an end of the year Top 10, while the FEAST Patriots made their first appearance in nearly a decade.
The NCHC HomeSchool Basketball Post Season Events (Regionals & Nationals) have featured over 1,200 HomeSchool teams just during the 2013 & 2014 post season! In the past two years The NCHBC has featured post season tournaments in Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, & Texas. The 2015 Regional Championship Dates are February 26th-28th (in 4 locations) and Nationals is March 9th-13th (in Springfield, MO) This post contains specific details NCHBC Post Season Events!
The NCHC 2014 Fall Nationals features HomeSchool Volleyball Nationals, HomeSchool Cross Country Nationals, HomeSchool Boys Soccer Nationals & the HomeSchool Basketball National Tip Off Tournament. All together close to 250 homeschool teams from more than 20 states will compete at Fall Nationals which will once again be in Springfield, MO during October 30th, 31st, & November 1st! This post contains specific details on each event including early registration deadline details!
HomeSchool Sports have been in full swing this calendar year. This post will cover all the latest updates from Volleyball, Track & Field, Soccer, Golf, Basketball, & Baseball. These updates include End of the season Rankings, All-American List, College Scholarships, Post Season Tournament Results, Top Performance Nominations and more. We also have updates on HomeSchool Sports Stars Justin Jackson & Chauncey Collins.
Basketball is the largest HomeSchool Sport in the World, as such it dominates HomeSchool Sports News. With star alumni like Blake Griffin, Moriah Jefferson, Jeremy Lamb, Taber Spani, Allonzo Trier, John Caleb & Jesse Sanders to go along with the Class of 2014 that included Justin Jackson, Chauncey Collins, Recee' Caldwell, Kramer Ammons, & Tess Bruffey it is clear the sport is loaded with tradition & talent. This post includes May 2014's HomeSchool Basketball News!
The 2014 HomeSchool Basketball National Championships broadcast a record shattering 64+ games during the 5 day NCHBC event that featured the best of the best Players, Teams, Programs, & Fans in HomeSchool Basketball. The games that were broadcast will only be available to purchase on DVD for a few more days before the video webstore will be closed....
The following post was written by NCHBC Executive Director Tim Flatt about a friend of his, Mercer Head Coach, Bob Hoffman. Flatt shared this story about the 1999 National Championship Game which changed the direction of the team he coached, the OKC Storm. Hoffman's word with Flatt following a difficult loss to FEAST had a profound impact on a dynasty in the making, which impacted the entire sport of HomeSchool Basketball.
HomeSchool Basketball's 2014 National Championship Game was being promoted as the "Game of the Century" heading into Friday nights Undisputed National Title Game. The following post was written by Tim Flatt about what turned out to be the Greatest HomeSchool Basketball Championship Game of All-Time.