TRYOUT, PLAYER, and UNIFORM FEES

2024-2025 Season Fees:

There is a $50 Tryout fee. It is required for all players to try out, and it is the only fee due until teams are named. This fee is non refundable (payable online via credit card or by the first tryout via check). Personal checks or cashier's checks can be turned in at the first tryout. Note that Sports Engine charges processing fees for credit card payments (currently 3.25% plus $2.00 per transaction).

When players make a team, an invoice or payment link will be sent for player and uniform fees (these fees are not due at tryouts).

Payment (in full or by setting up a payment plan) is due before the player can participate in practice.  Players will be named to teams by 9/1.

2024-2025 Player Fees:

$1300 high school
$900 14u
$700 12u
$600 10u

$50 try out fee

*plus cost of $125 uniform and warm-up shirt for new players (and returning players-only if needing new uniform/different size.)

Discounts:

Family discount - $50 off for 3rd player in the same family

Family cap for 3 players [4th player in the same family is free-youngest player(s)].  However, they are expected to participate in fund raising for at least 1/2 their fee to help.

We do have the option of a payment plan. Please note that there is an additional fee of $100 to use the payment plan. $50 is added to the 2nd and 3rd payments.

In the event of hardship needs, please communicate with our Commissioner, Earl Toler (see below), ahead of or at the first practice.

2024 RESULTS

10U Boys

Nationals:

Due to illness and attrition they played with six players all week.  The boys lost the gold ball game in overtime; the other team hit a buzzer beater to send it to OT in the gold ball game. The team came together and fought hard at Nationals, finishing third in the nation. The growth and maturity we witnessed at Nationals when the boys got down, but fought all the way back was a great moment.  Very proud of the boys on this team.

Regionals:

Made it to the championship game and lost finishing second.  Our boys have a great shot at the National Championship, but needed to be humbled and refocus as they gear up for Nationals.

12U Boys Red

Nationals:

Played hard all year and did so well they ended up in the D1 bracket.  They fought hard and for many of the players this was a developmental focus year and the team exceeded expectations.  Coach Jason did a great job pushing the boys to become better basketball players.

Regionals:

Finished third overall.  This group played in one of the more exciting games you will ever see (3 overtimes).  The players on this team have come a long way and should compete very strongly at Nationals.


12U Boys Blue

Nationals:

Won a gold ball and played for the National Championship.  The boys were up in the fourth quarter of the National Championship game, but came just short of closing the deal.  They finished second in the nation.  The team came a long way from the beginning of the season and grew a lot.  Our 12U has played in the National Championship game two years in a row.

Regionals:

Made it to the championship game and lost.  Having won districts, maybe overall this is a good thing.  This should put a fire in their belly and make them laser focused going into Nationals.

14U Boys Red

Regionals:

Finished fourth overall.  Due to injury and attrition this was the last game for our Red team.  The team fought hard and played hard all season.  The growth of the players was very impressive.


14U Boys Blue 2

Nationals:

Won a Silver ball and the Silver Ball Series Showdown finishing third overall in D3.   The boys on this team came together and accomplished a lot over the year.  The growth of all the boys on this team has been very encouraging and fun to watch.  Very proud of this group.

Regionals:

Went 3 and 1 overall finishing fifth.  The one loss was a last minute buzzer beater.  This team is coming together at the right time and has potential to do something really special at Nationals.


14U Boys Blue 1

Nationals:

Won a gold ball on their way to winning it all.  Congratulations to the  boys and Coach Watts for capturing the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP crown.  HSAA 14U has won the National Championship 2 out of the last 3 years.  That is amazing!

Regionals:

Won Regionals!  Congratulations to the boys and Coach Watts.  The challenge now is keeping the boys hungry and focused as they head to Nationals.


16U Girls

Nationals:

The girls lost a heartbreaker against MHEA, but can hold their heads high for what they overcame.  Due to injuries and attrition, they played with 7 players at Nationals and played with some young players, but played really hard and fought every game.  Coach Paul does a great job with the girls and we hope this is a springboard to making HSAA Girls basketball something very special.

Regionals:

Went 3 and 1 finishing 3rd overall.  The girls have played hard all year and battled a lot of injuries.  Coach Paul does a great job with the girls and has fit right into HSAA.


16U Boys

Nationals:

Finished the season strong.  The boys finished fifth overall in the nation and grew a lot over the year.  The boys came a long way from the beginning of the season and should be very proud of all they accomplished.  

Regionals:

Made it to the championship game and lost.  All of us are very proud of what they accomplished.  The boys rose to the occasion and showed themselves what they can do when they pull together.  Coach Pitts pushes the boys to be their best and we hope this shows them what he sees in them.  If they respond the right way they should be playing for a National Championship.


18U Boys

Nationals:

Finished 12th overall.   Due to the sitout rule these boys only played together for 2 and a half months while other teams played seven months together.  We knew it was a tall task, but hoped the boys could pull it off.  One note from this year's team is that they were able to do something only two other teams could say; HSAA Varsity is one of three teams to make the sweet 16 four years in a row. That is something we can all be proud of and should set us up well going into next year due to returning players and the players we have moving up.

Regionals:

Made it to the championship game and lost.  Due to the sitout period this team has only played together for a month and a half and have come a long way.  Coach Holcombe pushes these boys hard for a reason and we think they saw a glimpse of what they can do.  The next two weeks will determine how successful they will be at Nationals.  This team has what it takes to play for a National Championship; it is up to them to go get it.

Carven Holcombe

Varsity Boys

Derek Dimoff

10U BOYS

Jason Stuteville

12U Boys Assistant Coach

Mark Mulder

14U Boys Assistant Coach

Paul Hartman

High School Girls Coach

Earl Toler

Basketball Commissioner

Lirio Mulder

HSAA Basketball Registration Coordinator

HSAA Basketball Scheduler

Basketball Scheduler

Marla Hughes

Basketball Treasurer

Contact us:

HSAA
P.O. Box 262486
Plano,
TX
75026-2486