Memphis Lady Mambas

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Lady Mambas 7th & 8th Grade Spring/Summer Information

Lady Mambas 7th-8th Grade Team


Wednesday 6:30pm-8:30pm

Pleasant View School

1888 Bartlett Rd

Saturday 9am-11:00am

Davis Community Center

3371 Spotwood

Sunday 5:00 pm-7:00pm

Pleasant View School

1888 Bartlett Rd


February $75

March $100


May $100

June $100

Uniform Included

Travel expenses not included

Tournament Schedule:

Team will play High Division in town and Grade Division out of town (College Exposure)

March 17-18 Memphis TN.

Hi C League (Monday night games) High School Division April- May

April 7-8 -West Memphis Ark.

April 20-21 – Louisville Ky.

May 12th-13th – Memphis TN.

May 26-27 – Little Rock Ark.

June 21-24 – Memphis TN.

July 5-13 – Louisville Ky.

July 26-29 – Atlanta GA.or Ohio

September (tentative exposure weekend)


Mambas Quick Review

The high school season is at the half way mark and teams are moving into District play as they pursue their quest at state championship. Many of the Lady Mambas have had memorable moments already this season. This post is a quick look at 10 of those moments with many more to come.

  1. 2018 Surina Finnie (TPA) and 2018 Taylor Lattimore (Arlington) sign NOI to play for Jackson State University
  2. 2018 Kealy Wilson (Horn Lake) scores her 1000 career point

3. 2018 Tye Metcalf (Southaven) named CW 30 News Scholar Athlete of the Week

4. 2018 Tye Metcalf (Southaven) ranked #35 Mississippi seniors by B. Wesco and ranked #7 Mississippi seniors by Delta Report

5. 2019 Zuri Dunlap (Hernando) helped lead her team to a 16-1 record and a #9 ranking in Dandy Dozen.

Hernando(16-1) The rundown: Junior guardZuri Dunlapand senior forwardRachel Greerhave carried the scoring load for the Tigers, who will only be tougher to beat now thatAlyssa Greeris healthy after knee surgery.
Upcoming games: Friday at Southaven; Jan. 9 vs. DeSoto Central6. 2019 Akeria James (Craigmont) has been filling the stat sheets with some Miss TN numbers

7. 2022 Elyse Warren (Barrets Chapel) won MVP of the Blue Streak tournament

8. 2020 Nadia Gillespie (Olive Branch) ranked #21 among Mississippi sophomores

9. 2018 Ashley Payne (Bartlett) dropped 21 points with 5 3pointers made in a game vs Little Rock Hall

10. 2017 Erica Jones ( Kentucky State) posted her 2nd career collegiate double-double.

Fellow freshman, forward Erica Jones collected her second double-double of the season with a game-high 17 points

and a game-high 12 rebounds

Astraea Moore (Northwest Mississippi CC) Schedule and Media Guide

Astraea Moore on front cover of Northwest Mississippi CC Media Guide. Astraea had a good freshman season and looks to improve this year. She was a member of the ’16 Lady Mambas class and attended high school at Southaven. Be sure to check out some games this season. 12/4 & 2/1 vs East Mississippi will feature another Lady Mambas Emily Evans and 1/29 & 2/22 vs Itawamba will feature former Lady Mambas Kiara McCollins.

#Uncommitted Tye Metcalf (2018/ Southaven) ranked #7 in Mississippi by Delta Report

Tye Metcalf (2018) Southaven point guard is ranked #7 in the state of Mississippi by Delta Report. Tye is an athletic lefty pass first point guard with a dynamic change of speed. College coaches Tye Metcalf is still uncommitted.

We Got Next League Returns

The We Got Next League will return this season with games going from August 26th- Sept. 30th. Games will take place at Church of Holy Communion 4645 Walnut Grove Road, Memphis TN 38117. Cost $50 per player and $40 for siblings.

The We Got Next League is for 5th-8th grade players and includes 8 games and 5 hours of skill training. Games will be played each Saturday. Registration form is below:


2017 Participants

Isabella Carlson 2022 Northpoint

Elyse Warren 2022 Barrets Chapel

Kristyna Boyd 2022 West

Tytianna Lucas 2023 Barrets Chapel

Hannah Richardson 2022 Munford



Year Round Training Program

Starting with the c/o 2019, the Lady Mambas will be providing year round training to anyone considering playing during the summer club season. Players that plan to play on the Elite travel teams must complete mandatory minimum 40 sessions of training between August through February. Also training and skills camps will be available during the winter and spring breaks. Players must preregister before scheduled time for each session to keep groups manageable. Training is open to boys and girls; Mambas and non-Mambas players.

Monday sessions (open):

1888 Bartlett Road

6- 7:30 pm; 7:30 -9 pm

Wednesday (point guards):

1888 Bartlett Road

6- 8:00 pm

Friday (open):

3371 Spottswood

5:30- 7:30 pm

Saturday (open)

3371 Spottswood

9am -11am


1888 Bartlett Road

5:30 – 7:00 (post)

7- 8:30 (open)

Sunday (open)

1888 Bartlett Road

4pm- 5:30

5:30- 7:00

7:00 – 8:30pm


Mambas :$40 per month (online via Paypal) ; $35 per month (cash) ; $5 per session

Non-Mambas: $65 per month (online via Paypal) ; $60 per month (cash) ; $10 per session

Paypal Link: 

Registration Links:


Wednesday (Point Guards):

Friday & Saturday (Davis CC) :

Saturday Nights :


Introducing: Laurissa Campbell (2019) Blytheville (AR)/ Lady Mambas

The introducing series is small snippets displaying players abilities in this edition we showcase: Laurissa Campbell an athletic lefty forward with tremendous jumping ability and great timing on shot blocks. Laurissa utilizes her athletic ability and vertical leap to elevate over defenders on her shot and grabs a high volume of offensive rebounds. she is also known for her highlight reel block shots which are displayed in this video. Laurissa will be a valuable asset at either forward position on the next level.

Thank You Lady Mambas 2018

Thank you to the Lady Mambas 2018.  It seems like only yesterday when we first saw these young ladies walk through the gym as bright eyed youngsters just happy to be on a team and now we have played our last tournament together. The great thing about coaching is you get to see people grow and mature into young adults on and off the court. This group has grown up in the Mambas family and won countless trophies and championships; they have exceeded team wins for any Mambas team and set the bar extremely high for every Mambas team in the future. Even more importantly, they truly bonded as a family on and off the court. The goal of the Mambas program is to get better every year; this 2018 team took the foundation laid for them and took the organization to new heights with their overwhelming success and dominance on the court. The Mambas organization is forever indebted to these young ladies and we will support you throughout the rest of your careers. Thank you!

Memphis Lady Mambas 2018 & 2019 Thoroughbred Classic Schedule July 9th

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