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**SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT**

8/9u & 11u BOYS

GIRLS-7/8th & HS  TEAMS BEING FORMED! 

Take advantage of the "END of the SUMMER" registration fee!. Let's get to hoopin'!  Low Fee will cover August-December.

 

Registrations are being taken for Boys 8/9  & 11u years teams.  

Teams will play tournaments and shootouts in the Northern OC & LA County areas.  Practices are 2/3 times a week with events held on the weekends.

Contact Coach Joe, for more info

 

 

GET YOUR AAU CARD BY SEPTEMBER 10th

ALL players must register thru AAU to get their AAU card in order to participate from in our Running Rebels Basketball Club Program from September 1 2015 thru August 30 2016.

Click on the "Links" section on the menu listing on the left hand side of the front page on the website.

We need a copy of you AAU card by September 10th!  This is Mandatory to participate in our program!  Please turn yours in with an envelope with players name on it.

You can read about the benefits of being an AAU member. Including secondary insurance and practice site coverage.

 PRACTICE SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE! 

BRING PLAYBOOKS!  Practice your skills, specialty moves and study your play

 

 

 

SATURDAY 9/5 @ RHS

No Developmental Class due to Labor Day Weekend

THURSDAY 9 10 @ RHS

4:30-7pm All Girls & Boys

SATURDAY 9/12 @ RHS

8-10 DEVELOPMENTAL CLASS

Boys, Blue team & Jr. High Girls 

 

PRACTICE SITES:

Rosemead High School

9063 Mission Drive  Rosemead Ca. 91770

 

BACK TO SCHOOL

JULIA LIU

JV Girls Team Scholar

Junior @ Schurr HS

 

2015 FALL RUNNING REBELS PROGRAM PLAYER ROSTERS

JV GIRLS DIVISION

Cindy "Dang, Cindy" Dang

Dominique "Domo" Gonzales

Arizbeth "Beth" Jimenez

Denise Jimenez

Christy "Crispy Sanchez" Lam

Crystal Lee

Serena Lee

Jessica Lopez

Julia Liu

Kelly Lu

Megan "Mufasa"Manriquez

Kathleen Phan

Taylor " Googly eye" Vung

Kaylynn Krod" Rodriguez

Briana "Bidi" Sanchez

SHOOTOUT/TOURNAMENT EVENT INFO

 

2015 EVENT SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER

6/7th "LABOR DAY CLASSIC" 

@ AIM Sports Complex, Seal Beach

Girls JV

ROSTER: Jessica, KRod, Kathleen, Serena, Taylor, Cindy, Kelly, Briana, Megan, Beth, Denise

 

9/12 SHOOTOUT

"White team" Girls

Site: TBA

 

19/20 "VIVA INDEPENCIA Tournament

@ Whittier HS, El Rancho & Pioneer HS

$35 per player

 

OCTOBER 

3/4th FALL 1 DAY SHOOTOUT 

@Pasadena Gyms

*2 Girls teams "Blue & White"

** 13u Boys team

24th/25th "TRICK or TREAT" CLASSIC

@ Lynwood HS

 

NOVEMBER

7/8th SWOOSH FALL CLASSIC

* Last Day for HS Players

 

FORMER REBEL TO HIT THE BOOKS & GRIDIRON AT REDLANDS UNIVERSITY

Former Running Rebel Michael Sahagun

2015 Rosemead High School Graduate

He will play Redlands University.  Earned a $100, 000 Academic Scholarship & will play Football for the Bulldogs.  He was recruited by many Universities around the United States for his Academic & Athletic abilities.  

Michael was a Rebel for 6 years and played Football, Basketball & Track while attending RHS.

"Good Luck", Michael

2015 PLAYER REGISTRATION CHECKLIST

Content

Registration forms;

Medical Clearance

Copy of current report card

Release waivers & Player/Parent Agreement signed

Fee & Monthly Dues

*Please turn in all forms in an 8" x 11" envelope Player's & Parent's name on it.

PLEASE REMEMBER!

 MONTHLY DUES

PLEASE GET YOUR MONTHLY DUES PAID... 

INJURY PREVENTION! PLEASE FOLLOW THESE REQUIRED STEPS!

Care & prevention of athletic injuries is always a major concern. We have had an incident where a player was not wearing protect gear and it could have help to prevent the injury. 


Again it is listed on the registration form what is advised on protective gear a player should wear. All parents have signed the release form and are responsible. The list is available to you here and please adhere to it.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact coach Joe

REQUIRED TEAM GEAR
* Knee Pads
* Mouth Guard, Wax if you wear braces
* Protective Ankle/Knee Braces
* Knee High Black Socks
* White Athletic Sports Tape
* Small Emergency kit w/ Hand Sanitizer
* Gym Bag/Towel/Water

Work Hard & Try Harder to get it Right!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KEYS TO BECOMING A WINNER!

The Winning Attitude

 

What makes one person a winner and other people losers? How they think!  Your self image determines your ability and your success. You will be ready mentally if you are thinking success.  For instance:

A WINNER is always ready to tackle something new...  a loser is prone to believe it can't be done.

A WINNER isn't afraid of competition...  losers excuse themselves with the idea that the competition can beat them.

A WINNER makes a mistake and says, "I was wrong"... a loser makes a mistake and says, "It wasn't my fault," and blames someone else.

A WINNER is challenged by a problem and goes through it.. a loser does not want to face it, tries to go around it, but never gets by it.

A WINNER realizes there is no time like the present to get a job done... a loser is prone to procrastinate with the hope that things will get better tomorrow.

A WINNER thinks positively, acts positively, and lives positively... a loser usually has a negative attitude and a negative approach to everything.

A WINNER says "Let's find out..." a loser says, "Nobody knows."

A WINNER makes commitments...   a loser makes empty promises.

A  WINNER says, "I'm good, but not as good as I should be..."·  a loser says, "I'm not as bad as a lot of other people."

A WINNER learns from those who are superior... a loser tries to tear down those who are superior.

A WINNER credits his "good luck" for winning-even though It isn't good luck; a loser blames
"bad luck" for losing-even though it isn't bad luck.

A WINNER knows how and when to say "Yes" and "No"; a loser says, "Yes, but' and "Perhaps
not" at the wrong times, for the wrong reasons.

A WINNER Isn't nearly as afraid of losing as a loser is secretly afraid of winning.

A WINNER works harder than a loser, and has more time; a loser Is always "Too busy" to do what is necessary.

A WINNER shows he's sorry by making up for it, a loser says, "I'm sorry," but does the some thing the next time.

A WINNER knows what to fight for, and what to compromise on; a loser compromises on what he shouldn't and fights for what isn't worthwhile fighting about.

A WINNER listens a loser just waits until it's his turn to talk.

A WINNER, would rather be admired then liked, although he would prefer both; a loser would
rather be liked than admired, and Is even willing to pay the price of mild comtompt for It.

A WINNER feels strong enough to be gentle; a loser Is never gentle-he Is either weak or petty tyrannous by turns.

 

       

"BUILD A WINNING ATTITUDE!"

 LET'S GO REBELS!
Work Hard!
Play Hard!
Have Fun!

 

GRADE CHECKS ARE DUE NOW!      

We are collecting Rebels players current grade checks.  

Please download grade Check form and have your teachers fill them out

Rest in Peace, Joe Duran Sr.

Joe Duran Sr. passed away January 14th 2009 after his six month battle of cancer. He was a great man and supported our program for years. He was very proud of the team and coaches. The Rebels used to play annually in Palm Springs in the spring, and he would open the house to a great family dinner. Everyone would pitch in and bring something to the table. All of the families would enjoy the meal and spend the time just relaxing in our backyard. AGAIN, from the bottom of my heart-"Thank You"!

Coach Joe Duran Jr.