Friday, July 17, 2009

Best of the South Champions

We would like to congratulate the Broward Big Cat 19U for winning the silver bracket at the Best of the South tournament in Tampa.  It was a great championship game with the Cats coming back from a 17 point deficit in the second half to win. 

Monday, July 13, 2009

19U win game one of three today.

The Big Cats played a very well executed game to beat the Pinellas Park Rockets 61-44. The next game is at 2:15 against the Gulfcoast Rams. Stay tuned for more updates today...

Thursday, July 9, 2009

19U and 16U Practice Schedule Friday July 10th

We will be having practice this Friday July 10th from 7:00-9:00 PM at Coral Springs Gymnasium.

2501 Coral Springs Dr
Coral Springs, FL 33065-3819
(954) 345-2200
Get directions

5.Merge onto I-95 N via the ramp to W Palm Beach
4.4 mi
6.Take exit 24 to merge onto I-595 W
11.3 mi
7.Take the exit onto FL-869 N toward W Palm Beach/Coral Springs
Partial toll road
9.2 mi
8.Take exit 8 to merge onto W Atlantic Blvd/FL-814
Partial toll road
2.2 mi
9.Turn left at Coral Springs Dr
1.6 mi
City-Coral Springs Recreation
2501 Coral Springs Dr
Coral Springs, FL 33065-3819

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Five-Star (Recap)

The Big Cats would like to thank Jonathan Hevia, Joey Hernandez, Christion Joseph and Louis Pecora for their hard work and dedication at Five-Star this past week.  We also would like to send out special congratulation to Joey Hernandez for earning the Mr. Station 13 award and Louis Pecora for earning his way onto the Orange and White All-Star Classic.  Great job guys and keep up the good work.


NBA All-Star Game

University of Central Florida

June 29, 2009


ORANGE                                                                                                WHITE

#3 Meredith Beck  5’5”  SR  Griffin HS, Griffin, GA                        #3 “Trey” Monroe               5’8”   JR   Andrew Jackson, Jax, FL

#5 Chris Zurcher    5’11”SR  Johnson HS, San Ant., TX                   #5 Keenan Clark                   5’10” SO West Broward, Pembroke, FL

#11 Luis Pecora   6’4”  SR  Chaminade, Hollywood, FL                 #11 Gemikal Prude              5’9”   JR  Holy Trinity, Melbourne, FL

#12 Joe Gentile    6’2”  SO Card. Gibbons, Ft. laud, FL                   #24 Marcus Neely               6’3”   SO Card. Gibbons, Ft. Laud, FL

#21 Charly Cesair  6’2”  JR  Krop HS, Miami, FL                              #21 Marvin Maturah           6’4” JR Card. Gibbons, Ft. Laud, FL   

#22 Cameron Hall  6’3” JR  Camden Cty, Kingston, GA                  #22 Ta’Quan McDew           6’3” JR  Sebastian, Sebastian, FL

#32 John Brown   6’6” SR  Andrew Jackson, Jax, FL                       #32 Joe Hajj                          6’5”    JR  Card. Gibbons, Ft. Laud, FL               

#33 Xavier Williams 6’4” JR  Andrew Jackson, Jax, FL                   #44 Keith Coleman              6’9”    JR  Lee Academy,Lee, ME

#44 Isamila Dauda   6’9” SR Choice Acad, Miami, FL                      #33 Zane Knowles               6’7”    SR Champagnat Cath, Hialeah, FL


COACH                                                                                                 COACH

Isaac Smith                                                                                         Frank Baxley

Pinecrest School, Ft. Lauderdale, FL                                         Palm Beach Community College, Lake Worth, FL

NBA Awards


Inspirational: Eugene Vargas Free Throw Champ: Matt Brunjes


3pt Shooting Champ: Zane Knowles 3 on 3 Champs: Gemikal Prude, Mike Marine, Marcus Neely


Mr. Stations: Charly Cesair Mr. Station 13: Joey Hernandez


Best Rebounder: Isamila Dauda Best Playmaker: Chris Zurcher


Best Defenser: Marcus Neely 6th Man: Matt Brunjes