2017 Spring/Summer Schedule
April 1-2: Ball Out Events, Get Ready Go Live Tournament (Houston, TX)
April 29-30: King of Spring Tournament (Houston, TX)
May 5-7: Metro Classic (Houston, TX)
May 13-14: Summer Hoops Tour (Houston, TX)
June 10: Texas Challenge (Houston, TX)
June 17-18: LSI Tournament (Houston, TX)
July 20-22: Houston Live (Houston, TX)
August 5-6: Final Chapter Tournament (Houston, TX)
Coach Duke Barrier
Coach Barrier is a graduate of La Marque High School and Stephen F. Austin State University, where he received his Bachelors of Arts in Special Education. Currently, Coach Barrier is pursuing his master's of education at Houston Baptist University.
Coach Barrier has served as assistant head basketball coach at Baytown Lee HS ('05-'06), Deer Park HS ('06-'07), and Manvel HS ('07-'15); and served as the head basketball coach at Onalaska HS during the 2015-2016 season. During his time at these schools, Coach Barrier has helped lead his teams to multiple 20-plus win seasons, playoff berths, and playoff wins. He has overseen player development, both on and off the court and counts himself lucky to have been fortunate enough to send numerous players on to play at the next levels.
Coach Barrier has twice been named Assistant Coach of the Year for the state by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches; garnering the 4A award in 2009-2010 and the 5A award in 2012-2013. He has been chosen twice to serve on staffs for the Greater Houston Area Basketball Coaches all star games.
Coach Barrier is the proud father to two beautiful young daughters, Bree, 7, and Adilyn, 3
Coach Eddy Barlow
Coach Barlow, is a native of Houston, TX. Graduated from Yates HS, where he was an all state performer. From there he went on to play four years for Sam Houston State University, earning all conference honors. He played professionally for 12 years.
He has played in the CBA, Mexico, Venezuela, Ukraine, Germany, Cyprus, Colombia, Israel, & Hungary.
Coach Michael Sneed
Michael Sneed, a Houston, TX native was a standout performer at Jones HS, earning All-District honors. He then went on to play at Texas Southern University, averaging 16.6 points per game to go along with 10 rebounds per game.
After graduating from TSU he pursued a professional career playing in Finland, Colombia, China, Nicaragua and various minor leagues across the country.