Congrats to CHAMPIONS!
6g - Pope
6b - Johns Creek
7g - Creekview
7b - McEachern
8g - Pebblebrook
8b - Campbell
Good Luck --- Click HERE to see the complete schedule and results
STAY TUNED TO @CCJBCHOOPS throughout the weekend for random tournament coverage and updates and good lukkk!
* Remember, ZERO TOLERANCE and #itsonlyagame *
Contrary to popular belief, NO College scholarships, NBA or WNBA Championship Rings or Million Dollar contracts will be distributed at this stage of a player's career.
Click here for a tourney slideshow on display at the Cobb County Civic Center!
The 2019-2020 Region winning programs that received awards are:
6g - Pope, Woodstock, Hillgrove, Langston Hughes
6b - Sequoyah, North Forsyth, McEachern, South Cobb
7g - Creekview, Cherokee, Hillgrove, Harrison
7b - Creekview, Cherokee, McEachern, Osborne
8g - Pope, Cherokee, Pebblebrook, Langston Hughes
8b - Cambridge, Woodstock, Sprayberry, Campbell
You can be fined 2 ways:
1 – If your team does not show up for a post season tournament game, the fee is $500
2 – If there is a coach that gets ejected during a REGION or a NON REGION, game the fine is $250 (exceptions are NON CCJBC Tournament games).
Click The Photo Below for Results!
Thank You For A GREAT SEASON!!!
The 44th season in the 2019-2020 School Year!
Known programs with 5th Grade teams (for scheduling purposes):
Campbell (Boys and Girls)
Marietta (Boys and Girls)
North Paulding (Boys and Girls)
Informational facts courtesy of current Alexander Program Director and good friend Adrian Summerour -
"Coach Allen was from Douglas County. Coach Allen had been coaching in the county for at least 15 years (AAU). He had been with Alexander for 8 years. He started our Junior program as the 6th grade coach. (Last season) Coach Allen was promoted and coached 9th grade for Alexander High School. He played at Douglas County High school. Coach Allen was all about the kids he has been more than a coach to numerous kids throughout Douglas County. He just wanted to win. He didn’t have an end goal ..... (He) just wanted to win and help inspire kids".