Sandra Meadows Classic – Sandra Meadows Memorial Arena
Home of one of the state’s top girl’s programs, Duncanville‘s state-of-the-art home court that compares favorably to many college venues.
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The Pantherettes have brought seven state championships to the Dallas suburb.
In 2019, the Duncanville Panthers boys basketball team captured the Texas UIL 6A State Championship.
Features include a lofty ceiling, carpeted locker rooms, a press table and control booth.
The complex houses three complete competition gyms. All tournament games are held in the same complex and complete training facilities are on site.
The arena is named for the legendary girls coach who won 906 games and four state titles. Meadows, who died of cancer in 1994, is enshrined in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
The arena floor is named after legendary Duncanville boys basketball coach Phil McNeely.
Sandra Meadows Memorial Arena, seats 2,000 spectators and is home of one of the state’s top girls and boys programs.
In 2004 the arena was named by USA Today as one of the top ten places to watch high school basketball.
Ariel Atkins, Tamika Catchings and Tiffany Jackson of the WNBA played at Duncanville. As well as Greg Ostertag of the NBA.