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  1. ProtegeofDrDRe

    Hardin County Team Camp Information

    Hardin County High School will be hosting several nights of Boys’ and Girls’ High School Basketball competition this summer. Teams from West and Middle Tennessee as well as North Mississippi and Alabama will be attending. Teams may come as many nights as wish. Cost per team is $45. Varsity, JV, and Freshman games are available. The camp will run the following days: Tues. May 27th Varsity______________JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Wed. May 28th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Thurs. May 29th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Tues. June 10th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Wed. June 11th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Thurs. June 12th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Please circle the dates that you wish to play and list number of games per team each day. Teams must pay an $80 deposit by May 7th to be entered in the schedule. Teams may play as many days as they wish. Checks should be made payable to Tiger Basketball Camp. For more information contact Coach Brian Brown at: Cell: (731) 676-9311 School: (731) 925-2961 E-mail: [email protected] Checks made out to: Tiger Basketball Camp Registrations Form: Hardin County High School Basketball Team Camp School___________________________________Phone__________________________ Address______________________________City/State/Zip________________________ Coach’s Name________________________ Coach’s Email Address________________ Coach’s Cell #__________________________ School Fax #_______________________ Please indicate gender of team: Boys_____________ Girls______________ Varsity Team Games ________________ JV-B Team Games ________________ Frosh Team Games ________________ Total # of games wanted ___________________ x $45 = __________________ Please mail application to: Hardin County High School Attn: Coach Brian Brown 1120 Pickwick Street Savannah, TN 38372
  2. ProtegeofDrDRe

    Hardin County Team Camp Information

    Hardin County High School will be hosting several nights of Boys’ and Girls’ High School Basketball competition this summer. Teams from West and Middle Tennessee as well as North Mississippi and Alabama will be attending. Teams may come as many nights as wish. Cost per team is $45. Varsity, JV, and Freshman games are available. The camp will run the following days: Tues. May 27th Varsity______________JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Wed. May 28th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Thurs. May 29th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Tues. June 10th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Wed. June 11th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Thurs. June 12th Varsity______________ JV-B_____________ Frosh___________ Please circle the dates that you wish to play and list number of games per team each day. Teams must pay an $80 deposit by May 7th to be entered in the schedule. Teams may play as many days as they wish. Checks should be made payable to Tiger Basketball Camp. For more information contact Coach Brian Brown at: Cell: (731) 676-9311 School: (731) 925-2961 E-mail: [email protected] Checks made out to: Tiger Basketball Camp Registrations Form: Hardin County High School Basketball Team Camp School___________________________________Phone__________________________ Address______________________________City/State/Zip________________________ Coach’s Name________________________ Coach’s Email Address________________ Coach’s Cell #__________________________ School Fax #_______________________ Please indicate gender of team: Boys_____________ Girls______________ Varsity Team Games ________________ JV-B Team Games ________________ Frosh Team Games ________________ Total # of games wanted ___________________ x $45 = __________________ Please mail application to: Hardin County High School Attn: Coach Brian Brown 1120 Pickwick Street Savannah, TN 38372
  3. ProtegeofDrDRe

    Advertising Camps and Clinics

    Hardin County High School (Savannah, TN) is hosting a boys and girls middle school / junior high basketball team camp on June 3-6th. Cost is $30 per game. Games are available for both varsity and JV teams. Games will be played at Hardin County High School from June 3-6. Several area teams have already committed to play. For registration or to request more information, contact Brian Brown by phone at (731)-676-9311, or via email at [email protected]
  4. ProtegeofDrDRe

    Advertising Camps and Clinics

    Hardin County High School (Savannah, TN) is hosting a boys and girls high school basketball team camp beginning in June 2013. Cost is $40 per game. Games are available for both varsity and JV teams. Dates of games are as follows: Wednesday, June 5th Monday, June 10th Tuesday, June 11th Thursday, June 13th Teams committed to play already include Hardin County (boys and girls), Jackson Southside (boys), Middleton (boys), Riverside (boys), Frank A Hughes (girls), Byhalia MS (girls), McNairy Central (boys and girls). For registration or to request more information, contact Brian Brown by phone at (731)-676-9311, or via email at [email protected]
  5. ProtegeofDrDRe

    Dyer County Vs. CPA

    While the traveling that was not called, and the foul differential is worth pointing out... All these are judgement calls... The fact that 7.1 seconds was put on the clock when the clock was clearly stopped at 4.6 seconds prior to the screw up by the clock keeper is a fact with no judgement whatsoever needed. CPA has a clear argument and grounds to protest to be completely honest. However, we all know that a protest is very unlikely, it is a shame that CPA is left wondering what if the referees put the 4.6 seconds on and it takes around 1.5 to 2 seconds to foul on the inbounds?? Then Pierce's three or two point attempt whichever it was would never have taken place and DC would have been forced into a desperation heave to beat the buzzer.... Congrats to DC on a hard fought game, but I also sympathize with CPA and the grumbling about the refs. Just a thought.
  6. ProtegeofDrDRe

    District 13AA

    Dyersburg is the team to beat in 13AA.... The CC was just a lack of offense and a poor pitching performance but I expect the kid will recover and step up into the number two role and help lead the Trojans to back to back regular season District Championships which i believe is more impressive than winning the tournament
  7. ProtegeofDrDRe

    District 13AA

    I see district 13AA turning out this way... 1. Dyersburg 2. Milan 3. Dyer County 4. Crockett County 5-8. is a coin flip depending who shows up As far as the best players in the district I have to say hands down the only two returning ALL STATE players from last year. Dyersburg's Michael Brown and Tyler Childress
  8. ProtegeofDrDRe

    AA Basketball

    This year's state tournament games should all be close based solely on the fact that no dominant team exists with the possible exception of Liberty. I must say I was very disappointed with AA basketball as a whole this year. Of course, compared to the last three years of AA action most years pale in comparison. I mean no disrespect to the teams that have made the tournament this year, but there were numerous teams that got eliminated in regional and substate play last year that were better teams than those in the final eight this year. What are some of your thoughts?
  9. ProtegeofDrDRe

    GC V. Dburg

    Your info is wrong once again... the 8th grader who rode the bus with DC is now 20 years old and did not even play basketball in high school because he moved away... Brown's youngest son did not even play this year except when the game was out of control and the rest of the junior varsity was in the game or when the varsity team was in deep foul trouble... I meant no disrespect to Coach Counce, he is a great coach and a great man but the language used not only in his specific case but in football and basketball programs throughout the state is not perfect.... as to the Dyer Co. probation, if i remember right Dyer Co High School administration turned the allegations into the TSSAA board of control themselves and the reprimands were mainly handed down by the administration.... as for the antics of the middle son at the DC game I was not in attendance but from what i heard he acted in retalliation to being pushed by a DC player which seems like it resulted from a lack of control on the officials part.... but now i ask you what of the technicals on the dyer county players? oh and for your information i have no affiliation with the brown family at all or am i even associated with DHS but like you I have my sources and as for the posts about Brown in McNairy... its funny to me how you talk of such increased success that could of been, if this is so why when coach Brown left has McNairy constantly been in the cellar? just a thought
  10. ProtegeofDrDRe

    GC V. Dburg

    The oldest son did not play until his junior year when there were only three seniors. The middle one, the point guard from this year, played limited minutes as a back up point guard last year as a sophmore where he played as a filler to ease foul trouble. The youngest one did not play anything but mop up time this year or when foul trouble arose and no one else was available on the bench. Once Pierce and Glynn returned to the team he played only mop up time. The stupidity and ignorance, which to clarify are two different things just in case you didnt know that which you probably didnt, of posters on this board is astonishing!!!!
  11. ProtegeofDrDRe

    GC V. Dburg

    Once again the stupidity of the people on these boards perplexes me. As far as the "wound" that No.1 Trojanfan speaks of is ridiculous. Coach Brown is one of the premier coaches in West Tennesee and the state. He has consistently put together championship caliber teams whether it be in McNairy or in Dyersburg. He has well over 500 victories in his high school career. He runs a very respectable program that is to be admired by those from all around. His teams are well behaved, respectful, and demand respect in the way they play hard night in and night out. You speak of frustration with the kids. Well when players are used to being champions it is very very hard to accept less than that, as is the case with the team this year. Now we can speak of all the talent that is present on DHS team this year but what many fail to recognize is the lack of playing experience of that talent. Unlike many schools in West Tennessee it is very rare when a player comes into DHS and is able to receive substantial playing time all 4 years or even 3 years due to the immense amount of talent. Also, on the point of respect Coach Brown has helped to keep many a delquient (sp?) out of juvenille detention via his program whether in DHS or MCHS. He teaches his kids the worth of a strong dedicated work ethic and that they must show respect to receive it. He is dedicated to his programs going above and beyond his call of duty when it comes to scouting, summer camps, and practice plans. Briefly, to mention the radio comments.... It is hard to stay motivated when the team you coach does not care half as much as you. Then you speak of technical fouls? Shall we speak of personal fouls or unsportsmanlike conducts in football? You speak very highly of Coach Counce and I agree that he is a great coach but have you ever been in one of his huddles or the locker room or on the practice field? I can tell you that basketball coaches get a raw deal. Football coaches have what i like to refer to as a potty mouth. The language used not only by Counce but also by many football coaches around the state is far worse than people think. Yet another reason that I find your call for a fix to a ficticious wound ludacris is the sorry excuse for referees that are found in the dismal Northwest Association. While I am not condoning technical fouls, the down right disgrace that is the ability of the Northwest officials more often than not warrants the criticisms of not only Coach Brown but every coach that is served by this joke of an association. Now why i realize that it takes a certain type of person to be a referee, I think it impossible that these are the best to be found. I think all those who have witnessed games called by this group of officials will agree that while a few are mediocre at best, as a whole the Northwest association is a JOKE!! Now while it may seem like I am rambling I must insist that No1 Trojanfan realize what a shame it is that he jump to such hasty conclusion. Coach Brown is a great coach who has proven year in and year out that he can and will produce a competitive team. His antics on the sideline show his passion for the game and the loyalty he has for his players. This is highlighted by the fact that the technicals he receives are almost always an attempt on his part to protect his players and their interests. The teams of Coach Brown in the past will testify to the fact that Coach Brown loves his players and the his teams are a FAMILY. Now I am in agreement with trojanfan on one point.... the Trojans WILL be back next year with more experience and a legitimate shot at winning the district and being the second best team in the region behind Haywood. Coach Brown, keep up your hard work!!
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