Kamilla Cardosa – Winner!
Madison Hayes – Winner!
Olivia Cochran – Winner!
Treasure Hunt – Winner!
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FBC Teams Representing
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Photos by itsbybritt @brittxgraham
Front Row: (12) Treasure Hunt, (1) Jamaryn Blair, (3) Tate Walters, (5) Raven Johnson, (33) Savannah Samuel and (21) Madison Hayes. Back Row: (55) Lydia Freeman, (23) Kamilla Cardosa and (25) Olivia Cochran. Not Shown: Amirah Abdur-Rahim
2019 Girls Under Armour 17U: At the 17U championship FBC United took on Example Sports. FBC United, coming off a strong showing throughout the season, had asserted dominant play in a number of games, displaying the depth of their team’s collective talent, skill and knowledge of the game.
The team stormed through the 17U division with a 10-0 record, with shooting guard Treasure Hunt leading the team in scoring. With a final score of 66-36, FBC United ended their first Girls UAA season undefeated. Center Kamilla Cardosa earned Finals MVP honors for her stellar offensive and defensive performances throughout the championship run.
FBC United remained undefeated in their division and were crowned the first Girls UAA 17U Champions.
2019 Girls Under Armour 15U: The FBC United family further showed out, with their 15U team taking home the division championship chip and remaining undefeated in the league with a 15-0 season record. Point guard Ava Watson, class of 2024, was crowned the 15U finals MVP
Players listed in no particular order: Essence Cody, Mckenna Hayes, April Hooks, Ava Watson, Reniya Kelly, Jaloni Cambridge, Alexandria Gift, Diana Collins and Courtney Ogden
The USA Women’s 3x3 U18 World Cup National Team (7-0) proved it was again the world’s best 3X3 U18 team after upending New Zealand (5-2) 19-13 in the gold medal game Friday at the FIBA 3X3 U18 World Cup in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. USA 3X3 U18 World Cup teams have now claimed the gold medal in six of the last eight FIBA Women’s 3X3 U18 and Youth Olympic Games competitions.
Members of the gold medalist USA women’s 3x3 U18 World Cup Team features Olivia Cochran (Carver H.S./Columbus, Ga.), Madison Hayes (East Hamilton H.S./Ooltewah, Tenn.), Rickea Jackson (Detroit Edison Public Academy/Detroit, Mich.), and Hailey Van Lith (Cashmere H.S./Wenatchee, Wash.). USA Olympic gold medalist Kara Lawson served as the team advisor.
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Spring 2019 Games vs/played in Canada
Pictured L to R
(L) Team USA Freshmen defeat Team Canada: Freshman MVP- Taniya Latson, FBC
(C) Team USA Sophomores defeat Team Canada: Sophomore MVP- Mia Moore @miavmoore28, FBC
(R) Team USA Juniors defeated in double overtime by Team Canada 77-75: Junior MVP- Treasure Hunt @treasurehunt34, FBC
GOLD MEDAL WINNERS at USA's 3X3 U18 National Championship. They’re representing the states of Georgia, Tennessee and best of all - FBC!!
Yes, we said GOLD MEDAL WINNERS! #fbcstrong
(Photo Left to Right)
Madison Hayes @girl4allsports
Treasure Hunt @treasurehunt34
Olivia Cochran @its_Olivia44
Raven Johnson @HollywoodRaven
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Finest Basketball Club (FBC) is an organization dedicated to the development of student athletes under the age of 19 for National and International basketball competition through a rigorous athletic training program. The student athletes in our organization receive the highest quality training, which allows them to compete on a premier level.
FBC players receive a commitment from the FBC organization to provide an environment in which the athlete learns tools for the use on the basketball court, in addition tools that help them with life experiences. The level of love and support amongst FBC players, parents, and coaches creates a great learning environment for the girls, families and staff.
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