Upcoming Events

Please check back here often as the calendar will be updated with different basketball events in the Miami Valley and throughout the state of Ohio.

FEBRUARY

11- Dayton All-Area Release: join Jim Dabbelt and Doug Brown from the Gem City Sports Network for the official release of the top players from the Dayton area. This prestigious Ohio event, only done here in the Miami Valley, will be live at 6-8 pm at a location TBA, as each of the teams will be released, along with live player interviews and more!  You won’t want to miss this great evening!

MARCH

18- The Ohio Spring Day of Champions will be held 9A-3P at Edison State College in Piqua, as Jim Clayton from Sports City U will join Jim Dabbelt to present the top spring training event in Ohio for girls hoops. Only 40 girls will be accepted to join the Day of Champions as a great preparation for your upcoming travel ball season. Contact jmdabbelt@aol.com if you would like a form.

21- Bill Moss Memorial Underclass All-Star Game, Edison State College, games at 6:00 and 7:30. This will be the third-annual event, considered the premier underclass game in Ohio. The first two were held at Urbana HS with Jim Dabbelt and the late Urbana coach Bill Moss. Both years were filled with non-D1 college coaches watching. This is an invitation event based on the Dabbelt Report all-area team.  The all-area seniors will also be invited again this year to be recognized one final time by The Dabbelt Report.

APRIL

Jim’s spring coverage of travel ball/AAU begins this month. Not only will he be doing several Ohio GBA events in the spring, but he will also be reporting from other quality events!  The schedule will be updated soon!

13-15 GBA Tennessee Legend Classic, Gatlinburg TN

SEPTEMBER

16- The 2018 Dayton Shootout will be held at Bethel High School near Dayton OH, which is considered the premier non-D1 fall basketball event in Ohio. This event will be highlighted by a college prep skills session in the morning, followed by evaluation games in the afternoon. Several former major D1 college players are expected to be on hand to provide the skills training. Watch for more info on this later in the spring!