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South Austin Warriors is a Christ-centered, competitive athletic program committed to partnering with families to provide a competitive, but fun, athletic opportunity their students otherwise may not have. 

Our teams are made up of home school students who come together to support the Warrior family.

The South Austin Warriors provide opportunities for students to participate in competitive sports in the greater Austin area.  If you are a home school student, you may be eligible to participate in any of our sports.

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South Austin Warriors offer a competitive basketball team for the following:

  • JH boys, 12U & 14U (Ages 10-14)

  • JH girls, 14U (Ages 11-14)

  • High School boys (Ages 15-18)

  • High School girls (Ages 15-18)

All are encouraged to join. Be ready to work hard, learn, compete and enjoy participating on a team.

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We have competitive volleyball teams for 2 groups:

  • Junior High girls

  • High School girls

All are encouraged to join. Be ready to work hard, learn, compete and enjoy participating on a team.

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As a participant in the National Christian Homeschool Basketball Championships (NCHBC), the South Austin Warriors use only eligible homeschool student athletes that comply with the eligibility rules adopted by the NCHBC.

 

A NOTE FROM COACH G

Dear Warrior Families,

As the Warriors get ready for our 5th year we are excited about the upcoming season. I want to thank our parents and players for last years amazing season.  I believe this year will be a great challenge for all our teams as we compete against a higher level of competition. 

Summer is the best time to work on your game. Camps make a difference and will improve your skills, speed, and fundamentals. I will be offering basketball and volleyball camps along with private lessons. More information is available on the home page.

Thanks for your support

Play hard, play smart, play together.

Go Warriors!                     
Coach G