ABOUT OUR SEASON
Our girls program is beginning its third year. Our goal is to develope fundamental skills and confidence in players in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. The girls are coached by Joe Worthing and Brandon Cudd. Their season runs November through February. High School girls (18U & 16U) play other homeschool teams. The younger girls (14U and younger) play in the local Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) as well as other homeschool teams. The girls will participate in the homeschool regional tournament in late February. In addition to their own game schedules, the girls are huge part of our larger Roadrunner family and can be found watching and cheering for all the boys’ teams.
PRACTICE TIMES & LOCATIONS
We practice two days a week beginning November through February. Practices will not be held on game days. Practice times can be found on our Calendar page.
GAME TIMES & LOCATIONS
The girls play in the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) in the 18U Grade category. Their game times and locations will be scheduled in December.
HEAD COACH JOE WORTHING
Joe is a husband of 28 years to Christine and a homeschool father of two girls and three boys. His goals as a father, and coach, are to stress virtues. Joe often states, “knowledge will come and kids will gravitate to what interests them, but if virtue is lacking in a child, all the knowledge and skill they attain has the potential, no the likelihood, of being lost on selfish and evil acts.” Joe has coached baseball for the past 15 years and has been a Roadrunner coach for 6 years. Joe is the founder and president of his own marketing consulting firm, Worthing and Associates and spends time with his family at church and in the outdoors – hunting, fishing, boating, camping, golfing, etc.
COACH BRANDON CUDD
Brandon “Dane” is married to Emily Cudd and a father to six children. He grew up in a Christian home in Oklahoma playing basketball from a young age. After originally going to college to play basketball at the University of Central Oklahoma, God took his life on a different path which led him to attending the University of Northwestern St. Paul in Minnesota to receive a degree in Bible and Christian Ministry. He has voluntarily and vocationally coached youth basketball at all levels in the last 18 years. He has a desire for youth to understand the love/joy of following Christ and bringing God glory in all of life. Besides the joy of basketball, he also enjoys the challenges that basketball brings mentally and physically, but most of all in developing character.