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Ramay Basketball Teams for the NWA League


Ramay Teams

Boys Ramay - Jones

Scott Jones

Head Coach 

 "I am truly excited to be back in the gym and teaching the game of basketball to the future leaders of our community. It is an honor and a privilege to work for a great organization such as AAO."  
Coach Scott Jones  

Scott was born in Morrilton, AR but has called Northwest Arkansas his home for the past decade. He graduated from Springdale HS in 2007 and later attended UA Fort Smith, where he took his first coaching role as a student assistant for Josh Newman and the UAFS Lions Men’s Basketball program. After graduating from UA Fort Smith, he served as an assistant coach for Brad Stamps and Springdale High School’s boys basketball team in 2013-14. For just the second time in school history their team made it to the state championship game where they fell to the 7A State Champions of North Little Rock High School.  After the season, he attended Harding University to complete his master’s degree in higher education. Upon graduating from Harding University, in 2015, he accepted his second coaching job as head coach of junior varsity and assistant coach for Scott Bowlin of the Har-ber Wildcats boys basketball program.  At the end of the school year he decided to step away from education and pursue a career elsewhere. He now works for Cintas Corporation in Springdale, which reminds him of game days regularly, because he has to wear a suit and tie daily!


Vonte Rimsey

Jeremiah Washington

Evan Cothern

Jackson Harmon

Hudson Betts

Marcellus Hodger

Jeremiah Harjo

Easton Glover

Tyrese Davis

Trenton Guthrie

Damarcus Borkine

Amire Bell

Practice Schedule & Location

Ramay Gym:

Monday and Wednesday

5:00pm - 6:30pm

Stay outside of the gym until Coach Jones or Cothern arrive.
No exceptions, do not go inside even if 8th grade teams are there.

Chris Cothern

Assistant Coach 

After playing high school basketball in Searcy and taking Coaching Basketball classes at the University of Arkansas, Chris changed his education path and achieved a doctorate degree in physical therapy along with becoming a certified Sports Performance Coach. His passion for sports never waned and Chris now has been coaching youth basketball for over 15 years, most recently starting with a group in kindergarten that is now in 7th grade. Chris has trained and treated numerous elite high school, college, and pro athletes.  Former Razorback Ronnie Brewer spent the off-season training with Chris and enjoyed an injury free season. Olympic sprinter Wallace Spearmon also worked with Chris before the 2012 Olympics.  Chris has attended countless hours of practices and games in the past 20 years as the physical therapist for numerous high schools, colleges, and semi pro teams which allowed him to learn the game from more than 15 basketball coaches including Vic Rimmer, Greg White, Sandy Wright, Brad Stamps, and Bob Hoffman of Mercer. 

         With a minor in psychology, Coach Cothern teaches players to concentrate on things they can control: attitude, effort, and listening to your coaches. With his background, Chris uses his knowledge to teach players how to prevent injuries and improve performance while learning the fundamentals of basketball that will help each player in the future, not necessarily putting winning at all cost.  Chris owns AthletePlus Physical Therapy & Spine in Springdale and lives in Fayetteville with his wife Katherine, sons Evan and Elliott, and daughter Adeline. 


Boys Ramay - Carr

Quan Carr

Head Coach 


Dallas Sauser

Quincy Jones

Jaxon Berry

Ty Mohney

Isaic Bolton

Jack Johnson

Daiquion Sims

Myron Campbell

Terry Poole

Ethan White

Kaedon Moubarak

Quintus McNeal

Erick Bartholomew

Bryant Selby

Practice Schedule & Location

Ramay Gym:

Wednesday and Friday 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Stay outside of the gym until Coach Carr or Keylor arrive.
No exceptions, do not go inside even if 8th grade teams are there.

Dasun Keylor

Assistant Coach 

Dasun graduated from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelors in Kinesiology. He has been working with basketball players and programs for over 20 years. He helped to implement and write basketball training programs at multiple levels. He has coached at all levels and have multiple championships and undefeated seasons. Dasun loves the game of basketball and love helping students improve their game as well as their character. He still loves to play and try to hoop at least once a week.