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There is a player/parent information meeting being held on Monday Oct. 28 for anyone interested in trying out for the Oasis HS BOYS Basketball program.  Meeting will be held in the Oasis HS cafeteria and will begin promptly at 6pm.  Meeting attendance is mandatory for those planning on attending tryouts on Nov. 4.  Attendees must be accompanied by at least one parent or guardian on Oct. 28.

Please ensure your pre-participation paperwork is up to date and on file with the OHS Athletic Department.  All required paperwork can be found by clicking HERE

The Oasis High School Basketball Program was established in 2009. Our goal is to provide a program for all players who desire to have fun, become leaders and to be better prepared for college. We provide a high quality coaching staff, who are dedicated to helping players who want to reach their highest potential both on and off the court. Our program provides an educational and competitive basketball program that focuses on fundamentals, teamwork, leadership, sportsmanship and good character.


2019/20 OHS Boys Varsity Basketball Schedule

Head Coach:  Shaun McDonald  ([email protected])

Assistant Coach:  Marcus Jones

2019/20 OHS Boys JV Basketball schedule

Head Coach:  Marcus Jones ([email protected])

Assistant Coach:  Shaun McDonald




Head Coach Sara Mitchell ([email protected])

Assistant Coach Mack Mitchell


Check back soon for more information on upcoming fundraisers for the 2019/20 basketball programs.


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Meet your Coach - Boys Basketball

Check back soon for an updated bio of Coach McDonald and Coach Jones

Meet Your Coach - Girls Basketball

Florida-native Sara Crane has led the Lady Shark basketball program since 2016. Prior to her tenure at Oasis High School, she coached girls’ basketball at North Fort Myers High from 2011-2015. Coach Crane also served as assistant women’s basketball coach at Indian River State College where her players won the conference championship in 2010. Over the course of her coaching career, Coach Crane sent eight of her athletes on to play at various NCAA and NAIA Division I and II colleges.
Coach Crane’s philosophy encompasses much more than tallying wins and losses. She promotes the positive character traits that team sports develop in athletes, such as good communication skills, teamwork, punctuality, perseverance, and the importance of fulfilling individual roles.
Coach Crane learned about these character traits when she played basketball. Her career began in a 6th grade recreational league and ended at Catawba College in North Carolina, where she attended on athletic and academic scholarships.

Boys' & Girls' Basketball


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