About G1 Athletes
Christ Centered Sports Environment
The purpose of G1 Athletes is to glorify the name of Jesus Christ through our words, attitudes, and actions both on and off the court while providing opportunities of Christian encouragement and fun for players through fellowship with other Christian athletes and coaches. Our desire is for every G1 Athlete to be a model of excellence in character and athletics. Our coaching staff seeks to develop and encourage students, and to provide an environment in which all student athletes can realize their potential.
Coaching is a privilege. To be in a position to influence young athletes at such a formative time in their lives is a tremendous responsibility. Our coaches are committed to providing athletes with every opportunity to improve their basketball skills while at the same time creating an environment that allows each individual to attain their greatest potential both as a player and as a person. Players and coaches bring honor to Christ in all they do, both on and off the court. Yes, winning is encouraged, but G1 understands that neither the program nor the athletes are defined by a scoreboard.
G1 Athletes mission is to help athletes play basketball at a competitive level by developing fundamentally sound basketball players. Fundamentals will be the building blocks for both individual and team success.
1.Instill self respect, confidence, commitment by empowering these young athletes with hopes they develop into leaders of our community both on and off the court.
2.Players at every level will demonstrate continued improvement over time by enabling our teams to compete at local and regional levels.
3.It is our goal to use basketball as a tool to grow and develop Christian character qualities in our players.
Our coaches are good christian role models with the ability to pour spiritually as well as athletically into the lives of our athletes.
Our players will have opportunity for growth through relationship building with coaches and teammates.
Parent and Player Expectations
Players need to have a general knowledge of how to play the game and be willing to compete and have a desire to constantly improve.
Parents are expected to be more committed than the players on and off the court.
“All for Him”