OKC Storm bringing strong field to city for basketball festival
The Oklahoma City Storm homeschool team is bringing several of the region’s top basketball programs to the city for a two-day festival to be held at Hillsdale Freewill Baptist College in Moore Friday and Saturday.
In addition to the OKC Storm boys and girls teams, the event will also include Sunrise Christian from Wichita, Kan., which is led by Oklahoma commit Jacob Hammond. A 6-foot-10 junior forward, Hammond played last season for the Storm.
Prime Prep Academy, the Dallas-area school started by NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, will participate as well. Both Prime Prep and Sunrise are ranked in most national polls.
Other teams participating include Planet Academy from Phoenix, Word of Life boys and girls from Wichita, God’s Academy boys and girls from Dallas and the St. Louis Patriettes girls team.
Friday’s games will begin at noon, with the first game Saturday to tip off at 9 a.m.
Here is the full Storm Festival Schedule
Noon: OKC Storm vs Word of Life
1:15 p.m.: OKC Storm Girls vs Word of Life Girls
2:45 p.m.: Sunrise Christian vs Planet Academy
4:15 p.m.: Gods Academy vs Prime Prep
5:45 p.m.: St Louis vs God’s Academy Girls
7 p.m.: OKC Storm vs Planet Academy
8:30 p.m.: Prime Prep vs Sunrise Christian Black
9 a.m.: St Louis vs OKC Storm Girls
10:15 a.m.: Word of Life vs God’s Academy
11:30 a.m.: OKC Storm vs Sunrise Christian Black
1 p.m.: St Louis vs Word of Life Girls
2:30 p.m.: Planet Academy vs God’s Academy
4 p.m.: Sunrise Christain vs Prime Prep
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