CSBA Advanced High School Session for Boys and Girls

CSBA is starting an advanced high school session for both boys and girls. We have many elite high school players that are interested in advancing their game and playing with other high level players in the NW. Spots are limited to the first 20 to sign up Boys and Girls.  High School Age only.

Coach Terry Pritchard and Coach Casey Trujeque will be running these Elite High School only sessions.

This program is coached by former collegiate players that continue to have relationships with many Division 1, 2 and NAIA Schools.  The program is responsible for the current Mr. Oregon 6A High School Player of the Year Payton Pritchard and All State Player Anthony Mathis.

Coach Terry Pritchard and Coach Casey Trujeque will be running these Elite High School only sessions.

There are multiple session options being offered:

·         Tuesday 8:15pm to 9:30pm

·         Saturday 2:30pm to 4:00pm

·         Sunday 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Sessions get underway Tuesday, September 2nd at 8:15 PM. 

September dates are as follows – (Due to Terry’s travel schedule and tryouts we have only 10 sessions available in September)

Tuesday 2nd ,Sunday 7th, Tuesday 9th, Tuesday 16th, Saturday 20th, Sunday 21st, Tuesday 23rd, Saturday 27th, Sunday 28th, Tuesday 30th.

Cost for 8 sessions is $200 and $250 for 10 sessions.

Look forward to seeing you out on the court!

Adidas Gauntlet Recap – Payton and Anthony

Bleacher Report has a great write up on several players Adidas players that were present for the Orlando event in May. Inset below is the portion on Payton and Anthony. To read the entire article click HERE

Pritchard Playing Fast

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West Linn high school has a 2016 gem in Payton Pritchard. Team Fast is led by a pure point guard who can stroke the three. Pritchard has a quick release on his jumper and can pull the trigger from beyond the three point line at any time. He is an excellent ball handler who plays with poise and who looks to set up teammates. He showed good court vision in drive-and-kick scenarios. Payton isn’t just a long range threat, he can get in the lane with solid athleticism and score as well as pull-up when needed. Pritchard could be a bit turnover prone and his shot selection wasn’t always the best, but we chalk this up to the fact that Payton is the predominant shot maker on the team. We like his obvious ability to lead on the floor and his motor that continues to keep him and those around him competing. Size might seem like an issue at the college ranks, but after watching him play live we doubt it will be.

Pritchard’s high school teammate and New Mexico-commit Anthony Mathis is a good scoring option who plays off the ball for Team Fast. He’s a good catch-and-shoot player with range. If the opposing team closes out, he showed he could put the ball on the floor and score at the rim. Mathis has solid positional length, but will need to add muscle to his frame. His athleticism and foot speed are solid, but those could be better. Mathis can finish in transition and find open teammates when he gets in the lane.