The Georgia Ribbon Warriors Girls & Boys basketball teams have enjoyed a great deal of success over the years. They have played for Championships in many College Showcases, AAU, USSSA, PowerAde, Nike, Adidas, Eric Snow and other National Invitational Tournaments. Last Years teams were in a combined 13 Championship Games!
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The game of basketball is just a tool to reach out and encourage others to get involved and not just stand on the sideline. Being a good group of young people with a positive outlook, they help athletes and non-athletes alike in the journey of life. By cultivating the mind and body with the skills of basketball the Georgia Ribbon Warriors provide a unique atmosphere. We volunteer our time in a team and one on one capacity with the players and parents. We stay in constant contact by coaching, mentoring, consulting, advising and assisting our players throughout the entire basketball growth process.
Players For The 2015 AAU, Invitational & College Showcase Team!!!
Date & Time For Tryouts Coming Soon!!!
Considering Talented 10th Grade & Exceptional 9th Grade Varsity Level Players For The Team. The Georgia Ribbon Warriors have had continued success over the years. We Will Primarily Play In College Coach Showcases, College Scouting Service Showcases, Invitationals, Etc. Our players will get visibility and playing experience for the opportunity to continue their basketball careers at the next level. Schools will be closely following our players and team this year and in the years to come.
A number of our current players have already received Division 1 College Scholarship Offers. Others are getting lots of attention from Universities from all over America. Last year a player was even selected by the USA Basketball National Team Committee for the USA U17 World Championship Team Trials. All of our players get great exposure and are promoted based on their character, talent and academics.
Pre-Tryout Spots on the team are being considered based on a players experience, talent, high school playing status and recommendations. Please feel free to reach out and inquire about a Pre-Tryout spot on the team and any other information you may need! Contact - CoachO@ribbonwarriorsbasketball.com
Past & Present College Exposure Showcase Tournaments Play
Daishai Almond is the latest Georgia Ribbon Warriors Addition for the 2015 Team!
Daishai Almond is one of the top players in the State of Georgia. Daishai is a Star Varsity Combo Guard/Wing from Cedar Shoals HS in Athens, Ga. She helped lead her Varsity team to a big win over cross town rival Clarke Central HS this past Saturday. In front of a packed gym, Daishai displayed her full around game with Scoring, Asst., Rebounds, Steals and competitive spirit. She is looking forward to having a great Spring & Summer with the Georgia Ribbon Warriors.
Victoria Oglesby Honered By Gwinnett TipOff Club & Daily Post For Player of the Month For Nov.& Dec.
Georgia Ribbon Warriors Elite Shooting Guard Was Honered As 1 of the Players of the Month for Both November & December of the 2014-2015 Season. Victoria is a Class of 2018 Guard that plays Varsity Girls Basketball at Collins Hill HS in Metro Atlanta, Ga./Gwinnett County. The Gwinnett County Tipoff Club represents and covers more than 20 High Schools located in Gwinnett County,Ga. Collins Hill HS Varsity Girls are on the rise!!!
Collins Hill Thanksgiving Tourney Champions! Victoria Oglesby Selected All Tournament!
ALL TOURNAMENT!!! Freshman, Victoria Oglesby lead all scorers with 16pts as Collins Hill HS Varsity Lady Eagles won the Championship at the Tabo's Holiday Tipoff Classic. Victoria was selected All Tournament and teammate Jalen White was selected tournament MVP for her all around play. Coach Cedric King did a great job preparing the girls and they all played well. Collins Hill Lady Eagles had a tough Thanksgiving stretch by playing 4 Games over 6 days in multiple tournaments in 2 different states. The girls traveled all day and night to play 1 game at the Turkey Jam Tournament in Murfreesboro, TN on Friday night. They had to come right back in off the road to play Tabo's Championship game in Jefferson, GA Saturday night. Great experience for the girls and ended on a high note. Collins Hill HS Lady Eagles are Champions once again! Many more in the future!!!
Terrible Knee Injury To Elite Forward Zaniaya Williams sidelined for 2014-2015 Varsity Season.
The Georgia Ribbon Warriors Standout Forward will be working hard in the offseason to get herself back to her college bound form. Please keep Zaniaya and her family in your prayers for a full and complete recovery! "We Love You Z"
Zaniaya Williams - Combo Forward Is Working Her Way Back From ACL!!!
Zaniaya Williams, The Georgia Ribbon Warriors Athletic Combo Forward is missing this Varsity season rehabbing a torn ACL. This injury took place in the Fall when Zaniaya was competing hard during a Fall League game..
2013 Champions!!!Georgia Ribbon Warriors 8th Grade Girls Win Championship In Their 1st Tournament of the Travel Season! Teammates hanging out in the lobby with the trophy.
2013 Headlines7th/8th Grade Girls Team Take 2nd in 10th Grade Division at Mother's Day Classic
The 7th/8th Grade Girls battled their way to the Mother's Day Classic 10th Grade Division Championship Game. With great deep shooting from Victoria Oglesby and a strong floor gamefrom Brianna Dixon the Ribbon Warriors got off to a great start. Endia Banks gave her usual activity on both ends of the floor. She slashed tothe basket on Offense and was stealing passes left and right on Defense. Zaniaya Williams, Nia Lee & Deja Mithcell controlled the boards and inside play for the Ribbon Warriors. The girls showed that age is just a number. Pressure defense was the calling card for the Ribbon Warriors. Ball movement, inside play & the deep shot lead to high percentage shooting on dayone of the tournament. Kamilla Jones showedtoughness driving the basketball this weekend.
Raven Etheredge & Jaisia Paraoan contributed with great defense and assists from the backcourt. Jasmin King hit the boards and had several blocks.The future looks good for the young ladies of the Ribbon Warriors.
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* Breaking News November 2012 *
Keaton Cole signed Professional Contract to play in Europe!!!
Western Carolina University Mens
Basketball Team Shooting Guard
An outstanding Point Guard and Shooter in his own right, Coach O and Keaton Cole have forged a special bond and relationship that stretches beyond the basketball court. Coach O has served as a mentor in basketball and in the game of life with Keaton Cole.
Coach O has been well regarded as an outstanding high school basketball coach, college instructor, shooting instructor and camp director at all levels of the game. Keaton brings best out of Coach O and Coach O brings the best out of Keaton. Keaton had a special run with his teammates during the recent Southern Conference Tournament that included an ESPN double overtime Championship Game with NCAA Tournament regular Davidson .Keaton Cole rewrote the WCU Record Booksthis past season and stands alone in severalcatagories as shown below.
KEATON COLE SHOOTS TO WCU SINGLE-SEASON 3-POINTERS MADE RECORD:
– Senior guard Keaton Cole made a career-high nine 3-pointers at home
against Samfordbecoming WCU’s single-season record holder, adding
two against Appalachian currentlywith 102 made treys – just ONE shy
of the SoCon’s single-season top 10 list ... Cole eclipsed previous record
of 99 made 3-pointers held by former WCU standout – and current
assistant coach – Anquell McCollum which he set in 1995-96, the same
season he earned Southern Conference Player of the Year plaudits;
– With his 9 made 3-pointers against Samford, Cole advanced into
FOURTH-place on Western Carolina’s all-time career 3-pointers made
chart with 190 made triples in his four year career.
– All but 46 of Keaton Cole’s shot attempts in 2011-12 have come from
beyond the 3-pointarc.
– a combined 245 of his 291 shots (84.2%) ... 102 of his 123 made field
goals (82.9%) have been 3-pointers;
– Keaton Cole LEADS the Southern Conference and ranks FIFTH
NATIONALLY at the Division 1 level in 3-pointers per game (3.3), an
average that jumps to a league best 3.8 3-pointers per game in SoCon