One of the premier grassroots basketball programs in North Carolina
Established in 2009
"In an era of self-centered, undisciplined, and often immoral high level youth sports, the Spartans stand out for their love of the kids, their love of our great sport basketball, their commitment to character, the fun that their teams have, and an underlying faith which binds it all together. Our kids could have played just about anywhere but playing for the Spartans was a no-brainer. Very grateful my boys were privileged enough to be coached and mentored by the Spartan staff."
Pearce Landry - Father of Pearce Jr. ('16) and Robert ('18)
"The NC Spartans are a breath of fresh air in this era of travel basketball. My son, who is playing college basketball now, played with the Spartans for one summer and it was the best travel ball experience we have had. I have seen a lot in 25 years of coaching basketball at the school and AAU level and the Spartans have the best travel organization I have seen. They do everything the right way, including having coaches that carry themselves with character and class."
Ken Phillips - Father of Carter ('17)
"The NC Spartans organization played an enormously vital role in my son Luke's basketball maturation, which ultimately led to him getting the opportunity to become a scholarship athlete in college. No one does it better than the Spartans if what you want is good coaching from guys who care about your son and his success, a safe, positive environment within which to practice, travel and play, and the opportunity to play in front of college coaches that represent programs commensurate with your son's abilities. In a world where the term "travel ball" has birthed too many organizations with too many hands out and too many coaches in the business for the wrong reasons, be assured that the NC Spartans are in the minority...they are in for the kids."
Keith Bagby - Father of Luke ('17)
"My son played for the NC Spartans for two seasons. This group has some of the best coaches in the area and the coaches truly care about the boys. They help them become not just better basketball players, but better men as well. NC Spartans helped him accomplish his dream of playing college basketball!"
Jenny Weston - Mother of Andy Pack ('18)