Website Manager

Alamo City Hoops is the ONLY sports/media event company that provides a media outlet and event platform for both boys and girls high school basketball that primarily focuses on the Texas tri-regions (South/Central/& West Texas). Our coverage is extensive and year round. From the first week of High School basketball action, until the conclusion of summer AAU basketball in August.

The exposure platform that we provide youths from the tri-regions initially garnered local attention, but within two years, it  has expanded from local to regional, to state wide, and now nationally, as college programs from all levels are in constant contact with Alamo City Hoops, eyeing the area's talent and youth.

--Twitter: nearly 4,300 combined followers on @AlamoCityHoops1 & @She_Can_Go, followed by numerous college coaches across the country
--For 2016 averaged 930,000 impressions (retweets, likes, forwards) a month. With Facebook & Instagram, over 5,000 followers
--Trended in the twitterverse's Top 10, several times while covering events
--Posting pictures, videos and highlight clips on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
--Story write-ups on www.AlamoCityHoops recaping player performance at events
--In person evaluations allow us to consider prospects/participants for our individual rankings
--We travel! Covering Tri-Region teams and players in Houston, DFW, Austin, and as far as Las Vegas (NV)
--Established relationships with college coaches from coast to coast, and trust that has been forged with college coaches all throughout the Texas Tri-Regions (Central, West, & South Texas)

We also host numerous basketball tournaments, for boys and girls, facilitate both combines and camps to develop skill sets, provide live play by play twitter game feed, live coverage for event and game recaps, and create individual rankings. This all to aid the young men and women of the Texas Tri-Regions in order to minimize any chance of being overlooked or under-recruited.

Mission Statement-
To encourage, motivate and promote Texas Tri-Regions high school basketball players that aspire to attend college and play basketball at the collegiate level, with an emphasis on fostering an inclusive culture by providing free exposure platforms and economically feasible player development events and team tournaments.