News and Announcements
UPDATE – We have to move the camp dates for our older kids to June 5 – 8. The younger kids camp dates and times remains the same on June 11-14
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Mark your calendar, your KHS Mustang boys summer camp will be held on June 11 – 14 (Monday to Thursday).
Please download and print the attached document and join us at one of our convenient camp sessions.
Starts Tomorrow Dec 27, Please see the attached document for the schedule.
Even Hurricane Harvey can’t stop our Holiday Classic Tradition!! This years tournament will be held December 27-28 @ Atascocita High School. Come see 16 of the best teams from the state battle it out for the title at one of the most respected holiday tournaments in Texas.
This years tournament will host: 2009 & 2015 Champions / Kingwood, 2014 Champions / Cy Woods, 2011 Champions / Humble, Atascocita, Summer Creek, Kincaid, Oak Ridge, Del Valle, Cy Springs, Cy Fair, Cy Lakes, Aldine Davis, Aldine MacArthur, Ft Worth Eastern Hills, Woodlands & Seven Lakes.
The document 2017_Kingwood_Holiday_Classic_Tournament_Bracket__1___3_.doc was attached to this post.
Kingwood continues it’s tradition of traveling out to Austin, TX for the Austin Anderson Classic. This year the field includes Kingwood, Austin Anderson, Langham Creek, Plano, Rockwall, San Antonio Holmes & Westlake.
Wish the boys luck as they fight to bring home some hardware. Go Mustangs!!
Please mark your calendars, we will be holding tryouts the following days
- Saturday, Nov. 11, 4-5:30 @ KPark
- Tuesday, Nov. 14, 4:45-6:00 @ Summer Creek in 2nd gym.
Must have a physical on file with our trainers to try out.
Come out to Pasadena and support your Kingwood Mustangs Nov 16-18 in the prestigious McDonald’s Texas Invitational High School Basketball Tournament. This event features 48 boys teams and 32 girls teams and is one of the largest events of its kind in the country.
The leadership for the tournament is provided by a fifty-member steering committee, composed of leaders from the business community, education and government. This group meets monthly throughout the year in order to be attentive to every detail that must be handled to produce a first-class tournament. The business community is a support vein providing financial backing and each year contributes over $200,000. Approximately 400 volunteers from the community, schools, and businesses contribute their time.
This community-wide event is more than just a high school basketball tournament as it showcases the positive aspects of the city and school district, while benefiting the students of Pasadena and Deer Park.
Each year the tournament grows and this year should be no different as we expect record crowds while highlighting the good things about our community, and assisting the students in our schools reach their full potential.