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        Championship Sports Mission Statement

     The primary purpose of Championship Sports, through it's programs and clinics, is to teach the fundamentals of all Championship Sports Athletics to boys/girls of all ages who aspire to become better players. Championship Sports stresses and focuses on individual skill development and understanding critical concepts of their sport. We also work with youth coaches in their efforts to better understand how to teach individual skill and develop team play.


    See what Parents, Players, and Coaches say about Championship Sports!


    Scott Apple - Alma Girls Varsity Head Coach

    "My two children have participated in Championship Sports activities over the past few years. Their experience has been outstanding. The staff is positive, knowledgeable, and have high expectations for their players. I have no doubt my son and daughter improved their basketball fundamentals during their time with the program. I would recommend Championship Sports to any player who is serious about becoming a better, more well-rounded basketball player."


    Greg Wright - Girls Varsity Coach at Pickford High School

    " I am currently the head girls varsity coach at Pickford HS. I have been coaching out of Morey Courts since 2009 with various Michigan Elite and Championship Sports girls youth (8-12 grade) basketball teams. Prior to my involvement at Morey Courts I coached in the Cedarville schools girls basketball program for over 10 years. 
    My involvement with Championships Sports and it’s staff has made basketball for myself and family a truly wonderful experience.  It’s not just that they are extremely knowledgeable about basketball, it’s that they are the best at communicating and transferring that knowledge to both players and associate coaches.  In my experience, this makes them unique.  I love their philosophy of “making players better”.  They focus less on winning games and more on making better basketball players in order to get them to the next level, whatever that level is."


    Mark Lasceski - Girls Varsity Coach at St. Johns

     " Championship Sports is a great organization with a top notch coaching staff. I have had a number of my athletes including my own children work with the coaches of Championship Sports. I have been impressed with their enthusiasm and their attention to detail. All my athletes have shown improvement and became better players. I would recommend Championship Sports to anyone who is interested in improving their basketball skills and their knowledge of the game."


    Camden Sutherland - Alma High School - Championship Sports Club Player

    "Coach Bob Sherlock is a huge inspiration to me. I started doing workouts with him in spring of 2014. He has helped me and is still continuing to help me be the best basketball player I can be. I absolutely love that he pushes you to your limit and even beyond that sometimes. I've become so much better at the game because of him. He makes me want to continue to get better each and every day. It's truly an honor to call him coach, and I look forward to continuing training with him." 


    Cassey Nelson - Saginaw Valley University - Pine River 

    "If you have never met Bob Sherlock, you need to because he is the most inspirational and dedicated man I have ever met. I have been working out with Mr. Sherlock since I was in sixth grade. The very first day I met him was the very day my life changed for the better. Today, I am a Division II basketball player at Saginaw Valley State University, and I would never be where I am today without the push, guidance, and love Bob has inflicted on my life. After eight years of spending countless hours with him, I can now honestly say that we have built a relationship beyond basketball. To me, Bob is so much more than just a coach or a trainer, to me he is my role model, my mentor, my inspiration, and the reason I love the game. He will continue to have this impact on me, and I will forever be grateful to have met, learned and been inspired by such an unbelievable man, the one and only Bob Sherlock."

    Kelly Wright - Youngstown State University - St. Ignace

    "My name is Kelley Wright and I'm currently playing basketball for Youngstown State University. I first met coach Sherlock when I was in 8th grade and he helped me realize the potential I had. He pushed me to be the best basketball player I could be and I definitely wouldn't be where I am today if it wasn't for him. His excitement and love of the game really set him apart from my other coaches. Not only is he a great coach but he is an amazing person who I am very thankful to know."

     VanHoutens - McBain

    "Our daughters have been playing Basketball with Championship Sports for 2 years. Our family has really enjoyed the experience and the TEAM environment. Each coach that worked with our girls has been great; their love of the game and interest in the kids really shines through. 

    We appreciate the opportunities for many skill levels. From our perspective, they truly try to help every skill level improve, with a constant focus on the Fundamentals. 

    The events are well organized, with flexibility - to place the child in a situation matching their current need. 

    COMMUNICATION is key - to both the child and the parent. We are always well informed. 

    This experience has not only improved our daughter's basketball skills, it has also improved their over self-confidence, and they have gained friends throughout the state. 

    We are very happy with the VALUE received from money spent with Championship Sports."


    Kris Olejniczak - Alma

    "Our son has been playing basketball for Championship Sports since around 6th grade when the program was just beginning. We've been very satisfied with the program. Our son has been asked by a few other "elite" programs to join them, but he have decided to stay with Championship Sports because the coaches really care about the boys. They coach because they love the sport and love working with youth. The coaches are all passionate about basketball and coaching. At Championship Sports, the teams have weekly practices, as well as team skills and drill workouts, and speed and agility with a personal trainer. They also offer individualized instruction. The other "elite" have a few practices, but most don't do team skills, drills, and speed and agility. With the other programs, kids have to go out and find specialized training. Our other children all played successfully for elite teams with their different sports. The "elite" coaches are worried more about winning and their ego's. They just look for the biggest or the best. They aren't trying to develop kids. They want the best now and if you are not the best yet, they discard you and look for someone else. At Championship Sports, the coaches truly want to help all the boys develop so that they learn about the game and life. They want all of the boys to go on to be successful in their school programs and possibly at the next level."


     Louanna's testimonial - Mt. Pleasant

    "My son, Tyrone played on the Championship Sports Travel team as a fifth grader in 2013. There were kids from all over the state of Michigan on his team. The coaches worked with him individually and as a team unit. It really helped his understanding of the game. No one on the team was a "star." It really seemed like they gave all of the boys a good amount of playing time. 

    Unfortunately, they didn't have a winning season; in fact they may have only won 2 or 3 games. But what was most beneficial was that he learned it wasn't always about winning, but an opportunity to improve. Being able to play on an organized league and team truly gave him the extra development needed that was afforded to him in the public school format. 

     This past season he tried out for the team again. He was selected for the sixth-grade team, along with several of the same boys from the previous year. This year was different. They knew each other and it was exciting to see how all of the boys had grown (physically) and how much more developed they were than the previous year.  This season we were a viable force at most tournaments, we won more than we lost. In fact, we placed in three tournaments. 

    Tyrone would say the best part of Champ Sports is the travel, staying at hotels and hanging out with his teammates. The bonds that were formed will last a very long time. In fact, he was invited by one of the players to play in a 3-on-3 tournament near the boy's hometown. The team consisted of 4 players from the Champ Sports team. It was amazing to watch them play and see how well they worked together. Although, one of our players suffered a horrific injury, the others banded the losers bracket to win it for the injured player. Four games later they found themselves in "sudden-death" overtime for the championship. Well, our boys did it! Now that, they will remember forever! This memory would not have ever been possible if it weren't for the wonderful program that Morey Courts is a part of. 

    Today, Tyrone continues to participate in skills sessions and any league play he can at Morey Courts. His sister is now following in his shows! She's played on a travel team, attends skills session and plays in tournaments. As a parent, I'm excited to watch the staff develop my children and can't wait to cheer them on whether playing for Championship Sports or their schools!"