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The Supers Organization has plans to expand Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) by starting its organization’s first all girls youth basketball team. The Supers currently has a co-ed team comprised of 10 and 11 year old kids and plans to retain coaches and players as the AAU program grows.


“As an organization we already offer American Youth Football, baseball and USATF track. By adding AAU basketball to our program, we want to increase the competitive learning experiences for our local youth as they go against national teams and talent,’ said  Supers Organization President, Isaac Clark.


To ensure as successful and sustainable program, the Supers have also brought on board Coach Orlando Hairston who has a proven track record on delivering winning results. Coach Hairston has been coaching for over 15 years and has produced multiple local and national basketball tournament champions.


“I’ve been blessed to coach some amazing talent and understand what it takes to get the best out of these players. The program we are building locally, will help develop our girls with the necessary experience and skills to compete nationally,” said Coach Orlando Hairston.


Tryouts for Supers all girls team ages 9 thru 11 will be held on Wednesday, December 7 starting at 6pm at Butler Gym, located at 14251 Ralph Seitsinger, El Paso, TX 79938.


If you have a daughter who would like to try out or have questions, please call or text the Supers at (915)240-5571.


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