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64 years of the Caprock Classic

The first tournament was started when Texas Tech basketball head coach Polk Robison approached Caprock AMBUCS to host a high school boys basketball tournament.  It was a great fundraiser for AMBUCS to raise money for a proposed pre-school for mentally handicapped children.  Visit www.caprockambucs.com to learn more about why volunteers host the largest tournament in the world.

Which teams are coming this year?

 

The 65th annual Caprock Classic will have teams from across Texas and Oklahoma. 

In 2023, 119 teams played for the chance to play in the Gene Messer Auto Group Championship at Frenship's Tiger Pit.  The 2023 tournament was the largest tournament in history.

Who runs the tournament?

 

The Tournament is hosted by Lubbock Caprock AMBUCS, a local non-profit comprised of community volunteers.  Funds raised from the Caprock Classic are used to help people with disabilities.  Find out more in the About Us tab or visit www.caprockambucs.com.

We are always needing volunteers for the tournament and more people willing to join this great organization.

Recent News & Publications
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A local news station picked up a cool story.  Click HERE to read or watch.  Our clubs give away dozens of therapeutic trykes annually.  

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Above is a link to donate to help us help others.  You can use a PayPal account or simply enter a debit card info or checking account info.  All of the members of Lubbock Caprock AMBUCS are volunteers.

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Local news outlets provide much appreciated coverage for local and traveling teams.  Click here to watch a short news story on the Australians that are coming to the tournament.

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Media from across the state covers the tournament.  Our tournament director did several interviews including the one linked HERE (starts at the 2 minute mark).

In Memory of Shirlene Hughes
For almost two decades, Shirlene Hughes coached her players in the Caprock Classic.  She was a fierce competitor and her players aggressiveness was indicative of her style.  Any donations from this link will be used to improve the lives of disabled children within the Lubbock community.  Click here.

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