BULLDOGS STANDOUT @ NORTH POLE HOOPS SHOWCASE

As the final stop of the NPH Showcase, the Durham region brought forth what was one of the top collection of talent seen within the entire circuit. Overall the camp can be characterized as extremely competitive and scrappy with hard nosed players that wanted to get after it on every possession.

JAH-ZI BROWN - GUARD

Jah-Zi Brown‘s mechanics and fluidity with the ball is top notch, as he can be the most fluid ball handler in the entire class. Brown has multiple attack moves and counters, retreat dribbles and sees the floor extremely well. With his handle and vision at his size it makes him an elite guard, along with a good jumper. Plays with good poise, tempo and competitive nature that translates to high levels. 

DJ BURKE - GUARD

One of the toughest and guttiest kid at camp, DJ was very physical and vocal on both ends of the floor. Whether it was locking up the opposing players or taking the ball to the defenders chest, Burke went through the two days with an extremely high compete level on every sprint, drill and game. Overall, DJ showed a good guard game, getting into the lane at will and showing good hang time on his attacks. As he continues to work on his jumper and decision making at times, DJ Burke is a guard we will be hearing from for years to come out of the Durham region. 

KYMANI MERRARO - POINT GUARD

Kymani had the ball on a string all weekend long, even dropping a defender on a one on one drill with a wicked pull back through the legs dribble. Merraro is extremely quick and shifty guard that doesn’t allow his lack of height to affect his game, he actually uses it to his advantage. Pesky on defence, Merraro showed his solid footwork and shooting stroke going to multiple zero side steps and step backs. The biggest attribute of his game was that he was a vocal leader and a coach on the floor, keeping everyone accountable. 




Congrats to long time DC Bulldogs/United players Jaden Clayton and David Ononiwu for making and winning GOLD for Team Ontario U15.

Also congrats to Malachi Coke and Kole Scott for being named alternates to Team O.  

These boys played a huge part in the DCBA winning 4x Division 1 Championships.  We are very proud of you all!


  DCBA MIDGET WEST team battled from 6th place @ hoopcity summer league to capture the silver medal! the boys played older teams to earn their medal.    excellent accomplishment bulldogs!!

DCBA MIDGET WEST team battled from 6th place @ hoopcity summer league to capture the silver medal! the boys played older teams to earn their medal.

excellent accomplishment bulldogs!!


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GOOD LUCK

Key Hoops DC


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U14 DC UNITED WIN 2018 TOP GUN TOURNEY


  DC Chameleons continues to grow.   The grade 8's kick off the Summer schedule by making the finals for the Top Gun U15 tourney. They fell a little short against the gr 10, Toronto Matrix Team. But a very solid performance. Great way to start the summer. Well done young ladies, the process continue. Thanks to the Players, Parents, and Coaches.

DC Chameleons continues to grow.
The grade 8's kick off the Summer schedule by making the finals for the Top Gun U15 tourney. They fell a little short against the gr 10, Toronto Matrix Team. But a very solid performance. Great way to start the summer. Well done young ladies, the process continue. Thanks to the Players, Parents, and Coaches.


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Santianna Davy

Shout Out to Santianna for making U14 Team Ontario this summer.


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Alexis kakar

Congrats to Alexis for also making the U14 Team Ontario this summer!


KEY HOOPS DC 2024 FINISH 2-1 @ MADE HOOPS

 In the recent  Made Hoops Midwest Mania  in Indianapolis, our Key Hoops DC 2024 team finished 2-1. All games were played in the beautiful Pacers Athletic Center, which fields 10 hard wood courts.  In Game # 1, Key Hoops DC defeated Grand Park Premier convincingly, lead by strong play by Christian Desjardins, Jahari Williamson (pictured), and Mateo Graham.  Game # 2 went down to the wire versus Aim High 2024. Trailing all game, Key Hoops DC fought back in the 2nd half to take the narrow victory 59-57. Jahari Williamson, Mateo Graham and DJ Burke lead the charge.  In the Quarter-Finals Sunday morning, Key Hoops DC played UPlay Collective and kept it close by half.  But in the 2nd half, the experience of UPlay prevailed and they went on to win and advance to the Semis.  Great experience for this new team. Continue to work hard.

In the recent Made Hoops Midwest Mania in Indianapolis, our Key Hoops DC 2024 team finished 2-1.
All games were played in the beautiful Pacers Athletic Center, which fields 10 hard wood courts.

In Game # 1, Key Hoops DC defeated Grand Park Premier convincingly, lead by strong play by Christian Desjardins, Jahari Williamson (pictured), and Mateo Graham.

Game # 2 went down to the wire versus Aim High 2024. Trailing all game, Key Hoops DC fought back in the 2nd half to take the narrow victory 59-57. Jahari Williamson, Mateo Graham and DJ Burke lead the charge.

In the Quarter-Finals Sunday morning, Key Hoops DC played UPlay Collective and kept it close by half.
But in the 2nd half, the experience of UPlay prevailed and they went on to win and advance to the Semis.

Great experience for this new team. Continue to work hard.