Welcome to the Cary Cougars basketball program based out of the Triangle area of North Carolina.

The Cary Cougars basketball program is a competitive basketball organization based out of the Triangle area of North Carolina. Our teams have been made up of players from Wake, Johnston, Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties, even from as far away as Cumberland County.

Our coaches are dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of basketball, life lessons, and how to win. Over the past three seasons, the Cougars have won numerous tournaments at the 14U, 15U, 16U and 17U levels. In 2010, the 17U Cary Cougars finished runner-up in the national tournament, one year after the 16U team finished runner-up at the AAU State Championship and lost in the Final Four at nationals.

Basketball Heights, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to helping area student-athletes become well-rounded citizens, providing financial assistance for camps, academic support, test preparation, and other needs. The non-profit also supports the Cary Cougars basketball organization and its players. No player will be turned away from the Cary Cougars because of financial hardship.

Thanks for visiting CaryCougars.com and GO COUGARS!

Cary Cougars in the News

Cougars fall in Final Four at nationals

The Cary Cougars’ run to a national championship ended a game early on Saturday when the Cougars fell in overtime 51-48 to the Annandale Bulldawgs in the Final Four.

Trailing by as many as 13 points, the Cougars fought back to force overtime. The Cougars trailed by four points with 10 seconds left when Gaqwez Hudson hit a 3-pointer and got the foul called. Hudson hit the free throw to tie the game.

On the other end of the floor, Chris Pulcher-Coard was called for a foul with 0.5 seconds left, sending the Bulldawgs to the free throw line to shoot two shots with virtually no time left. Annandale missed both free throws and the two teams went to overtime.

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Cougars win championship at the buzzer

A buzzer-beating performance lifted the Cary Cougars to their third championship win this season over the Dunn Wildcats, 51-50.

After losing to Dunn in pool play for the first time in four games, the Cougars found themselves down 13 points at the half. The Cougars only scored 15 points in the first half, shooting 17.9 percent from the field.

But in the second half the Cougars fought back.

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