Welcome to Sabercats Girls Basketball 2013-14
Welcome to Sabino High School Girls basketball in Tucson, Arizona.
We are glad you have taken the time to visit our website.
Sabino Girls basketball has completed another successful season, finishing at 18-9 against one of the toughest schedules in their conference. They are averaging over 18 wins per season over the past 5 years and have qualified for postseason play in 5 of the last 6 seasons.
Each season over the last 3 years, they have improved in both their State rankings and National rankings, according to Maxpreps ranking system. They are committed to continuing to improve each year, putting in the necessary hard work both in and out of season.
The 2014-15 season will see Sabino with another young class, with only 1 returning Senior. The loss of 2 key seniors will make it necessary for some of the younger players to really step up their games in the off season so they can be key contributors next year.
They will once again be competing against one of the tougher schedules in Southern Arizona next season, and want to encourage you to come be a part of or support the great girls basketball tradition that is being built at Sabino High School.
“If you want what you’ve never had, you must be willing to do what you’ve never done!”.
Sabercats at the NEXT LEVEL
Congratulations to former Sabino players Alexa Arndt(2013), Diana Jimenez (2012), & Chelsea Olson (2011) who are all currently playing college basketball on Scholarship.
Alexa Arndt is a Freshman at Pima Community College.
Alexa joined Sabino before her Junior year of high school. Her powerful inside presence and relentless rebounding have made her a difficult force to stop.
In her Senior year of High School, she made theTucson Citizen Division 2, Section 1, 2nd team, AIA365 All-Section 2nd team and the Arizona Daily Star 3rd team all-city.
Diana Jimenez is a Sophomore at Dallas Christian College for the 2013-14 season.
After joining Sabino after her sophomore year of High School, Diana dedicated herself with tireless work habits, improving her shot, conditioning and understanding of the game.
She finished 5th in the state of Arizona in 2012 with an 82% free throw mark, was honorable mention all-city, and was on the all-tournament team at the Tombstone Shootout, leading the way for Sabino with 17 points in the championship game.
Chelsea Olson is a Redshirt Freshman at Glendale Community College where she plays for former UA women's standout Timi Brown, now the head coach of the Gauchos.
Chelsea was a pre-season MacDonald's All-American nominee before her senior year, but had her season cut short by injuries.
Chelsea has been a picture of hard work and determination, not letting setbacks derail her ambitions.
She has put into practice everything that Sabino Girls basketball teaches and stands for.
Congratulations to Alexa, Diana, and Chelsea who have all represented the 4 pillars of Tucson Cats Basketball: Honor, Honesty, Humility, and Hard Work.
Our Goal and Mission is You!
Our goal is to make Sabino one of the top basketball programs for girls in both the city of Tucson and the state of Arizona. We focus heavily on player development and fundamentals.
Our mission is to teach young women values, character, integrity, and sportsmanship. We strongly emphasize team play and hard work. Maximum effort is required at all times and we try to help our players understand that excellence only occurs when they work far beyond their level of comfort.
Our staff is also dedicated to helping those athletes who express a desire and the commitment to play basketball in college. We are in constant contact with college coaches and if a young woman has the talent and work ethic required to compete at the next level, we will do all we can to assist her in fulfilling that goal.
Sabino - An Open Enrollment High School
Sabino High School in Tucson is an open enrollment high school. No matter where you live in Tucson, you can attend Sabino and receive an outstanding educational experience.
Sabino is constantly rated as a top performing school academically, and the beautiful campus is perfectly located at the foot of the Santa Catalina mountain range.
If you are looking for a quality education and a life changing and challenging basketball experience, then Sabino is the right place for you.
Take advantage of an excellent opportunity and open enroll at Sabino High School.
Building Solid, Responsible Young Women like You
The relationships formed through hard work and the achievements of specific goals are valuable lessons that go far beyond the playing years.
We are committed to building solid, responsible young women as well as quality basketball players, and the family atmosphere we provide helps young women establish bonds that can last a lifetime.
We Have Opportunities For All To Help
We are thankful to all who are a part of the Sabino girl’s basketball family, including parents, players, coaches and administration.
We are extremely grateful to our supportive parents and to all who have assisted in coaching, running the snack bar and booster club, fundraising and chaperoning this past year.
We welcome your involvement, so please let us know what areas you might be interested in assisting.
About Our Staff
I truly believe we have one of the best coaching staffs in Tucson. The passion, dedication, and experience our assistants and volunteers bring is unmatched, and we are committed to making Sabino girl’s basketball not only competitive, but perennially one of the strongest basketball programs in the city of Tucson and the state of Arizona.
The Coaching Staff
Varsity Coach: Al Addleman will be entering his 8th year as head coach of the Sabino Girl’s Basketball team.
Coach Addleman has previously been the girl’s basketball coach at Santa Rita High School, as well as both the boy’s and girl’s basketball coach at Magee middle school. He also conducts a yearly 2 week all girls basketball camp that focuses on fundamentals.
Coach Addleman holds a Masters degree in Secondary Education and currently is the pastor of a local church in Tucson, as well as providing private Voice and Piano instruction. He is married and has 5 children.
Varsity Assistant Coach: Jim Grove.
Jim is entering his 8th year working with Coach Addleman.
He is patient yet demanding with the players, and works with our post players as well as assisting in all aspects of our instruction.
Jim is married and has 2 grown children, both of whom are Sabino graduates.
Varsity Assistant Coach: Sherard Dorroh
Coach Dorroh begins his first season as an assistant with Sabino, but brings a wealth of basketball knowledge and experience.
He was on a state champion high school team in Texas. Coach Dorroh is our offensive coordinator and is in charge of our guard development.
Sherard is married with 2 children and works for the Air Force Reserves.
Jr. Varisty Coach: Tim Unger
Coach Tim begins his 8th year as a coach in our program, 7 years as a volunteer assistant, and now he takes over our JV team. He is also a Varsity assistant and is our defensive coordinator and post player coach.
Tim is married with 4 children, His daughter Rhiannon graduated from Sabino and was a 2 year starter on the Varsity.
Jr. Varisty Assistant Coach: Rhiannon Wato
Rhiannon is a Sabino Graduate who played on the Varsity for 3 years, 2 years as a starter. She has a great understanding of the work involved with player development and fundamentals.
“Rhyno” also plays semi-pro women’s basketball with the Davis Monthan team.
Coach Rhyno works as a JV assistant and is also coaching our Freshman/JV ‘B’ team.
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Manolo Padilla.
Coach “Elvis” is also is currently the girl’s basketball coach at Magee middle school in Tucson Arizona.
Athletic Trainer: Connie Rauser
Connie has been a Certified Athletic Trainer for about 20 years. She graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman with a degree in Physical Education/Recreation/Sports Medicine, and a Master’s Degree in Athletic Training from the University of Arizona.
After working at Pueblo High School (Tucson), Montana Tech (Butte MT), University of Idaho (Moscow), and Oregon State University (Corvallis) she found her way to Sabino High School and has made a home here.
Connie provides not only quality care to the athletes at Sabino, while they are participating, but also acts as a mentor, a confidant, and a friend.
The players in our program are tremendous and dedicated young women. They are excited about re-establishing Sabino as a powerful girl’s basketball team in Tucson and Arizona.
If you have further questions that our website does not address, feel free to contact me atAL_ADDLEMAN
Thank you for supporting the Sabino Girls Basketball Program,
Sabino High School Girls Basketball