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2016 FALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
Nov 15, 2016, 3:12 pm

IVY LEAGUE I - THE TRUTH


IVY LEAGUE II - WESTSIDE WARRIORS
 

PAC 10 I - THE TRUTH 
 
PAC 10 II - SHEPHERD SPORTS 
 
SEC I - WESTSIDE BALLERS
 
SEC II - PHD 
 
SEC III - WESTSIDE WARRIORS
 
BIG 10 I - BURBANK RAPTORS
 
BIG 10 II - SHEPHERD SPORTS 
BIG 10 III - LA BLUE CHIP

BIG EAST I - ARC 11U ELITE 
 
BIG EAST II - GYGR
 
BIG EAST III - ARC 12U BLK.




BIG EAST IV - RENEGADES
 
BIG WEST I - LA BLUE CHIP
 
BIG WEST II - PROSPECTS 

 

BIG WEST III - KALI HOOPS
 
BIG WEST IV - COURTSIDE HOOPS
 
ACC I - LA ORANGEMEN 
 
ACC II - ARC 13U ELITE 
 
ACC III - ESC I
 
ACC IV - SHOWTIME 
 
FROSH-SOPH - JAB III
 
JV - LA BLUE CHIP
 
VARSITY - ARC LIGHTNING
 
GIRLS 5HT-6TH - ARC 
 
GIRLS 7TH-8TH - WESTSIDE ELITE 
 

 

 


FORMER ARC STAR SEAN ROOKS PASSSES AWAY
Jun 8, 2016, 7:04 pm

The ARC Universe is mourning the loss of  former star player Sean Rooks, who played 12 years in the NBA and was an all-around good guy. Sean played on a number of ARC All-Star High School Traveling Teams for a number of years in the late 1980’s. In addition, Sean ran the ARC High School League at Chaffey College for a few years when he was still a high school player at Fontana High School. Sean also was a referee in the ARC League program, and coached younger teams in the ARC Leagues. Sean had a keen basketball mind and his coaching was evidence of that, but he also had a very positive manner in motivating young players to do their best, and he was very popular with his players, other coaches, and the ARC staff. Not only the ARC Universe but the whole basketball world mourns the passing of Sean Rooks.


WHAT HAPPENS TO RECENT FORMER ARC STARS AS THEY GET OLDER?
Mar 16, 2016, 6:19 pm

WHAT HAPPENS TO RECENT FORMER ARC STARS AS THEY GET OLDER?

 

They lead their teams to the NCAA Championships and March Madness

 

Tyler Dorsey of the University of Oregon and a member of the PAC 12 All Freshmen Team scored 23 points and had 9 rebounds to lead Oregon to the PAC 12 Championship and to a Number One seed at the NCAA Championships. Tyler, a former 7-year ARC Superstar, has scored at least 19 points in his last 4 games and is ready to continue his outstanding all-around play during March Madness. Kendall Small, a former ARC teammate of Tyler’s, is a strong reserve guard on the Oregon team.

 

Stephen Thompson Jr.,  another former teammate on Tyler’s ARC team, has become a top scorer on his Oregon State team, and has helped lead them to the NCAA Championships.

 

Derryck Thornton is the dynamic starting point guard at Duke, who led his 9-year old ARC team to the National Championship and was also a member of Tyler’s team.

 

Bennie Boatwright, still another former member of Tyler’s ARC team, is one of the main reasons USC has turned it around and he has helped lead USC to the National Championships.


Help the ARC 13s Elite go to AAU Nationals
Feb 11, 2016, 5:35 pm

For the last 5 years, the ARC 13s Elite has worked hard to improve their individual and team skills to the point where they can be considered an elite team. This year the team will qualify to participate in the AAU National Championships, July 2-9, in Greensboro, NC .


However, the team consists of players of low income players throughout Southern California and they will not be able to afford the airfare and lodging necessry to attend the national tournament. ARC (American Roundball Corporation) is a non-profit program and tries to make it possible for young players to play even if they can't afford it. Approximately $5,000 per player is needed to make this trip happen and there are 10 players and 3 coaches and various parents to serve as chaperones, so the total needed would be around $50,000.

 

The exposure that they will receive from this experience will put them on a path to possibly receiving a college scholarship, besides being something they will remember for the rest of their lives. Please make it possible for these young players to afford this life-changing oppurtunity.

 

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ARC WINTER LEAGUE SETS RECORD FOR TEAMS
Jan 20, 2016, 5:29 pm

Last year, the ARC Winter League had a record high 180 teams. This year, the current ARC Winter League has shattered that record with a staggering 252 teams, an increase of 72 teams from last year. ARC thanks all the record breaking teams for their incredible support. 


ELIJAH SIMPSON DOES IT AGAIN
Jan 20, 2016, 5:28 pm

At the Santa Barbara Spectacular this past weekend, Elijah Simpson, the five year veteran of the ARC 13s Elite, broke his own record of nine 3-pointers, set one month ago at the Holiday Classic in Fullerton, by setting a new ARC 3-point record with ten 3-pointers against the Mavericks.  The ARC 13s Elite, led by MVP point guard Silas Warmsley, defeated the Santa Barbara Vipers to win the championship for the second consecutive year. The SGV Tournament is next.


ADDITIONAL ARC WINTER LEAGUE DATES
Jan 12, 2016, 6:54 pm

ARC has added MLK Weekend (Jan 16-17) and President's Day Weekend (Feb 13-14) as extra league dates for teams that need to make up games.

 


ELIJAH SIMPSON BREAKS ARC RECORD
Dec 21, 2015, 2:49 pm

Elijah Simpson, already renowned as one of the all-time best shooters in ARC history in his 5-year career, hit nine 3-pointers in one of the games of the Holiday Classic in Fullerton yesterday, to help lead the ARC 13s Elite to the championship and become the team MVP. Elijah broke the old record, held by himself and a number of others, and even hit 8 in a row before missing. Elijah is improving in all aspects of his game, and is expected to eventually hold the all-time record for 3-pointers in ARC history.


DON NIKCHEVICH HAS PASSED AWAY
Dec 4, 2015, 4:25 pm

Don Nikchevich, one of the founding fathers of ARC, passed away this past weekend at the age of 87. Don was one of the original members of the ARC Board of Directors, and a coach in the ARC program for many years, helping to formulate the guidelines and policies of ARC. More importantly, Don was a great friend and a privilege to know. His well-known sense of humor highlighted many an ARC Board meeting, and everyone looked forward to seeing him walk into a gym. Don had an astute knowledge of basketball. He always had a smile for everyone and was always willing to give his advice freely and encourage young players and coaches. The world was a better place with Don Nikchevich in it. He will not only be missed by all who knew him, but also very fondly remembered.


Former ARC players who played in the NBA include:

Baron Davis
Gilbert Arenas
Jason Kidd
Luke Walton
Shawn Kemp
Byron Scott
Steve Kerr
Jarron and Jason Collins
Chris Mills
Sean Higgins
Mitchell Butler
Don MacLean
Darrick Martin
Sean Rooks
Darren Daye
Leon Wood
Kevin Ollie
Casey Jacobsen
Trevor Wilson
Hollis Thompson
Mark Acres
Toby Bailey
Anthony Cook
James Cotton
Corey Gaines
Ronnie Grandison
Stuart Gray
Tom Hammonds
Cliff Levingston
Forrest McKenzie
Niguel Miguel
Tracy Murray
Charles O'Bannon
Ed O'Bannon
Gabe Pruitt
Dwayne Schintzius
Stephen Thompson
Morlon Wiley
 

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