Last Updated: June 30, 2015
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SUMMER IS HERE!
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
PRACTICE SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
BRING PLAYBOOKS! Practice your skills, specialty moves and study your play
THURSDAY 7/2 @ RHS
BOYS @ 5-7 PM
SATURDAY @ RHS
* OFF-NO PRACTICE
Rosemead High School
9063 Mission Drive Rosemead Ca. 91770
SHOOTOUT/TOURNAMENT EVENT INFO
2015 EVENT SCHEDULE
Swoosh Basketball Presents:
@ AIM SPORTS COMPLEX
1718 Apollo Court, Seal Beach
3-5 games in 2 days!
$40 per player
Southeast Summer Series Tournament
@ Whittier HS
SHOOTOUT @ Da Beach!
@ Estancia HS
TEAMS; Boys 13u & JV Girls
Pasadena Vikings Summer Classic Tournament
OC RYTHYM SUMMER SIZZLE TOURNAMENT-AAU
2015 REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN
DOWNLOAD YOUR FORM HERE FROM THE WEBSITE! DISCOUNTS AVAILBLE FOR RETURNING PLAYER UNTIL DECEMBER 31st!!! INQUIRE WITH COACH JOE
PLAYERS WANTED TO FILL ROSTERS
Players are needed to fill rosters for travel teams for the FAll 2014 and 2015 AAU ClubSeason.
We are seeking players with past experience either in Recreation or Club basketball. Players are needed in the following Divisions:
Girls-6th,7/8th(new team) & JV
**Gain credit for refering a new player. Contact Coach Joe for more info...
WE ARE FAMILY!!!
2015 PLAYER REGISTRATION CHECKLIST
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.
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
A WINNER knows how and when to say "Yes" and "No"; a loser says, "Yes, but' and "Perhaps
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
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!"
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.