Reno Ursal and Jordan Boreman June ’14[/caption](USA-California-Livermore June 28, 2014) —- The Mountain House Wolverines and NB Courts have formed an alliance in providing quality Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball programs to the Central Valley and Tri-Valley with the opening of a four court basketball facility in Livermore, California.
The Wolverines will have the majority of team practices at the new facility located at 6474 Patterson Pass Road. This will be a change from having held practices primarily in Mountain House and Tracy the last three years.
“We are now moving to a different life cycle as an organization,” states Reno Ursal, Principal Director of the Wolverines. “This facility escalates our development from three years as a startup to a growth stage that has no limit. We are ecstatic about partnering with Jordan Boreman and the NB Courts investment group in contributing to their mission to provide a safe-haven basketball facility for the Central and Tri-Valley youth.”
In addition to practices, the Wolverines will provide one-on-one skill training with their high school coaches as well as organize tournaments and camps throughout each AAU season.
“Wolverines players now have access to a range of resources,” Ursal states. “The sky’s the limit. We foresee this facility being a main hub for AAU and CYO activities for the entire Bay Area and we are excited to be part of the entire process.”
The Wolverines are a primarily invite-only competitive travel basketball club established in 2011. They continually have multiple teams in various age ranges. Their coaches are either current or past high school coaches from Encinal High (Alameda), Orestimba High (Newman), Kimball High (Tracy) and Mountain House High School (Mountain House).
NB Courts will hold its official grand opening on Saturday July 12th.
For more information on NB Courts, click to http://nbcourts.com or call 925-800-1300.
For more information on the Mountain House Wolverines teams, click to http://mhtwolverines.org or email email@example.com.