Ron Adams: President and Camp Director (509-499-1112)
Ron was born and raised in Spokane and was a graduate of Central Valley High School in 1967. His honors include All-City, All-State, League leading scorer and League's most valuable player. Ron played college basketball at the College of Southern Idaho and the University of Idaho and won All-American honors his sophomore year. Ron co-coached at Central Valley High School from 1981 to 1986 where he installed a free-throw shooting style that helped Central Valley High School win back-to-back national percentage titles. He and Jack Blair were named 1985 Co-Coaches of the Year. He is also noted as being one of the best shooting instructors on the west coast. His ability to judge talent in recruiting has helped him become a consultant to many NCAA Division I Colleges. He has helped over 330 High School women athletes obtain basketball scholarships. Ron has posted a win-loss record of 431-73 over the past 26 years with the Stars and has a string of 19 top seven finishes at nationals. His 2001-2002 teams won back-to-back B.C.I. National Championships. Ron is also the recruiter for the Stars as well as being the director of the Inland Empire/Pacific Coast Scouting Service and promoter and director of the Wash/ID All-Star game. Ron was tournament director of the 16-U and 18-U AAU Nationals in Spokane in 1996 and remains the Inland Empire Association's Girls Basketball Chairperson.
In 2004 the Spokane Stars Elite Blue Team compiled a 51-1 record winning their third National Championship. In 2005 the Stars Blue won their 2nd straight US National Championship.
Lacie Hull: (6'1, JR, Central Valley HS, Guard/Forward) GPA 4.0. Awards: 1st Team All-GSL, 1st Team All-State Tourney, 4-A undefeated State Champs@ 28-0/U-17 USA National Team Invite
Lexie Hull: (6'1, JR, Central Valley HS, Guard/Forward) GPA 4.0. Awards: 1st Team All-GSL, 1st Team All-State Tourney MVP, 4-A undefeated State Champs@ 28-0, AP Washington State Player of the Year/Jack Blair All-Star game MVP/U-17 USA National Team Invite
Jamie Loera: (5'9, JR, Moses Lake, Guard) GPA 4.0. Awards: 2-Time 1st Team All-League, 2nd Team All-State Tourney