Pebble Hills Girls Basketball
Our team philosophy is to play smart, play fast, play physical.
This past year was a major accomplishment in the schools Basketball program 4 year existence
2019 - 2020 1-6A District Champions, UIL State Playoffs Bi-District Champions and Area State Champions
Congratulations to the following individuals for their Season Accomplishments:
Coach Steven Lee - El Paso 2020 Girls Basketball Co-Coach of the Year
Payton Fields (1-6A District MVP, All-City MVP, State All Region Team, 1st Team All-State, All State Academic Team)
Victoria Aguayo (1-6A New Comer of the Year)
Yasmine Avila (First Team All District)
Yasmine Quirino (All District Honorable Mention, All State Academic Team)
Kandis Hall (All District Honorable Mention)
Expectations we have of the players:
- Great attitudes! This is CRITICAL in basketball because it is a game of surges and momentum. If we get discouraged every time a team scores several points in a row on us, we will be defeated. We want the kids to stay calm, dig in and work through it. Similarly, when we make a run on other teams, we want the kids not to be complacent but continue to work hard. If one kid gets down, it can quickly bring everyone down.
- Work as a TEAM: Basketball is fun when you work as a team. That means EVERYONE plays unselfishly, plays tough defense, hustles, dives and gets rebounds, hustles back on defense.
- Listen and Learn: We hope and expect all kids that want to play, hustle and have fun. Everyone needs to understand their part and execute. They are accountable to each other and to the coaches. In order to succeed, EVERYONE must listen, learn and execute.
- Show great sportsmanship ... Win or Lose.
Pebble Hills High School
PebbleHills High School
Chester E. Jordan
Last Modified on April 10, 2020