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Our Mission

The RHS Boys Basketball Booster club is a volunteer run, nonprofit organization with a mission to provide a positive and spirited environment that enhances the basketball experience for our student-athletes, as well as coaches, parents and the community.  We help raise money to provide financial support to supplement operational expenses such as training, equipment, and team events, all to maintain a strong, competitive basketball program.  


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The Redmond boys basketball program has a proud and decorated history. But its finest days unquestionably occurred during a 6 year period starting in the fall of 1987, when Redmond won two straight state championships and reached the tournament’s “final four” 5 times. “It was as good a run as any team has ever had on the Eastside.” said Gary Patterson, who starred for the Stangs from 86-89. “We felt like we really put Redmond on the map.”  Like any great team, the Mustangs (who repeated the title feat in 1988 and 1989) were a product of years of hard work, focus, and chemistry. “From the 4th or 5th grade on, people knew who we were,” said David Rockwood, the steady-handed point guard on both championship teams. “We were all close when we were young -- me and Jack (Estep) and JT (D’Amico) played 
up (a year) and we got used to winning. We created a winning culture. Nobody cared about points or stats -- all we wanted to do was win. And by the time we got to high school (with 
Patterson) - we knew we were going to win state -- twice.”

17272 NE 104th Street
Redmond, WA 98052

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Redmond Mustangs Boys Basketball Home Court

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