Special Olympics Texas basketball athletes have been training for 8 weeks and are excited to invite you to their local area competition. Volunteers and sponsors are needed!
|Area||Date||Start Time||City||Location||See Event Details|
|Area 01 - Rio Grande Valley||February 16, 2019||09:00 A.M.||Mission||Sharyland Pioneer High School||2019 Sharyland Basketball Competition|
|Area 13 - Central Texas||February 22, 2019||1:00 pm||Multiple Locations||2019 Basketball Competition|
|Area 19 - Greater El Paso||March 2, 2019||8:00 a.m.||El Paso||Del Valle High School Gym||Basketball Team Classifications - March 2019|
|Area 19 - Greater El Paso||April 4, 2019||5:00 p.m.||El Paso||Del Valle High School||Basketball Scrimmage #2 - April 2019|
|Area 19 - Greater El Paso||April 17, 2019||5:45 p.m.||El Paso||Del Valle High School Gyms||Basketball Skills and Team Skills - April 2019|
|Area 19 - Greater El Paso||April 18, 2019||6:00 p.m.Thursday, Friday/ 8:00 a.m. Saturday||El Paso||Del Valle High School Gym||Basketball Team Competition - April 18-20, 2019|
There are 11,318 SOTX basketball athletes in the Lone Star State!
Basketball is SOTX’s third most popular sport (after Athletics and Bowling).
Basketball is one of the favorite Special Olympics Texas Unified Sports, when players with and without intellectual disabilities form teams to play other unified teams. It's a learning experience that's also a lot of fun!
Thank you to all volunteers and sponsors! It is because of your commitment and dedication that SOTX is able to improve the quality of life for our athletes.
Out of safety concerns for athletes, coaches, volunteers and spectators at Special Olympics Texas practices, events and competitions, Special Olympics Texas prohibits the operation or use of drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aerial systems (UASs) for photography or other use during our practices, events and competitions.