National Division II Christian Homeschool Association

Kansas –McPherson, KS – February 28 to March 2, 2019, the 14th Annual National Division II Christian Homeschool Association (NDIICHA) Basketball Tournament will be held in McPherson and Lindsborg, Kansas. The NDIICHA Tournament consists of 70 boys and girls basketball teams from across six states, including Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Nebraska. Teams are comprised of junior high and/or high school homeschooled athletes. All participating teams share similar organizational values. To qualify for participation, teams must practice an average of two or less times per week and play 25 games or less prior to the NDIICHA 2019 tournament. There are 106 games scheduled for this year’s tournament. In addition, there are free throw and 3-point shooting competitions held among the Junior High and High School divisions. Awards for the shooting contests are awarded mid-way through the tournament after devotions led by a special guest. Tournament results are updated throughout the tournament on NDII’s official website:

This year's tournament features 23 High School Boys teams, 19 High School Girls teams, 18 Junior High Boys teams, and 10 Junior High Girls teams.

Organizations participating in the tournament are: Ames Vision, Ames (IA); Broken Bow Chargers, Broken Bow (NE);  Central Nebraska Falcons, Aurora, (NE); CFE Falcons, Colby (KS); Cornerstone Saints, Topeka (KS); Denver Eagles, Denver (CO); Des Moines Warriors, Des Moines (IA); Hardin County Chargers, New Providence, (IA); Hastings Red Tide, Hastings, (NE); Independence Lions, Lawrence, (KS); Jaguars Christian Home School Sports, Grand Junction (CO);  Lincoln Eagles, Lincoln (NE); Manhattan CHIEF, Manhattan (KS); Metro Warriors, Omaha (NE); Newton Panthers, Newton (KS); Norfolk Crusaders, Norfolk (NE); Ponca City Saints, Ponca City (OK); Reno County Sabres, Hutchinson (KS); Sioux City Warriors, Sioux City (IA); Smoky Valley Eagles, Salina (KS); St. Joseph Defenders, St. Joseph (MO); and Wichita Warriors, Wichita (KS).