2022 Gulf Coast Area Basketball
Saturday, March 12, 2022

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Alvin ISD Schools
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April Luck

2022 Gulf Coast Area Basketball

The Gulf Coast Area Basketball Competition  will be held on Saturday, March 12th 2022 at Alvin ISD Schools

Team/Athlete Entries Deadline: Tuesday February 8th, 2022


Any athlete who does not have an active medical prior to competition entry deadline, will be scratched from the competition.  No exceptions will be made.


The online athlete and delegation entry forms which can be located by clicking here, and clicking on the basketball. Please make sure to review all sport rules and any rule changes.


Please note: Entry forms should be submitted via email to April Luck at aluck@sotx.org


Interested in VOLUNTEERING?


Information on how to register to volunteer: 


  • Once you register, you will be sent a confirmation email immediately, SOTX will then send another email the day prior to the event as a reminder that you signed up to volunteer.

  • In the event that we have inclement weather, we will email or send a text message to update all volunteers immediately. 

  • All volunteers must present a valid ID.


We look forward to having you as part of our event. Please click the link above and start your journey as part of the movement of change and acceptance while participating as a volunteer at the <SPORT EVENT>.


If you have any questions regarding volunteering you may send an email to Jessica Lauer at jlauer@sotx.org.


Please like us on our Facebook page @ www.facebook.com/specialolympicstx/


Classification Events - we will need to add the following information regarding volunteers to the website:


Classification events are sporting events in which athletes participate in Modified game formats Volunteers will NOT be needed for these events.  If you would like to attend to watch, we always encourage this activity!

Covid-19: Special Olympics Texas will closely monitor the situation in regards to holding this event. Special Olympics International consults with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and reviews the latest guidance from the World Health Organization.  Your health and safety are top priority, as well as the health and safety of the Special Olympics Texas community.  Please refer to this page of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention website for all tips. For any in-person event, including this statewide game, athletes and volunteers must complete our return-to-play training.