Johnna Pointer envisioned HOOP 10 Basketball well over a decade ago, and with relentless passion, she has created one of the premier basketball programs in the state. Johnna directs camps and clinics, provides individual and small group lessons, and conducts tournaments and leagues all at the highest level.
Johnna’s noteworthy basketball experience includes both playing at the Division I Level (University of Texas Austin) and coaching at the Division I Level (University of Colorado Boulder). She is well known and highly respected by high school coaches across the state and by college and university coaches throughout the nation. She has played with and coached with the very best. And, Johnna has competed with the very best teams and coaches in the nation.
Johnna’s success both as a player and a coach are a combination of her natural ability, unmatched work ethic and strong-willed determination.
You will find she directs HOOP 10 these same qualities. In addition, she brings positive energy, enthusiasm and a great love for the game to both players and their families. With all this and Johnna’s vast knowledge of the game, HOOP 10 Basketball is the standout program in this region.
Johnna earned her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at The University of Texas Austin. She obtained a master’s in Guidance and Counseling at Wayland Baptist University.
Johnna’s basketball legacy has made a tremendous impact on Panhandle basketball.
- A leading scorer in Texas high school basketball with 2,362 points
- High school All State and All American
- Two-time All-Conference at the University of Texas Austin
- UIL Girls Basketball All-Century Team
- Coached 10 years at the college level
- Wayland Baptist University
- Frank Phillips College
- Directed HOOP 10 from its start over a decade ago
- Director of West Texas AAU
- Among Lubbock-Avalanche Journal Athletes of the Century
- Directed camps, clinics, lessons, leagues and tournaments for more than 25 years
While Johnna’s accomplishments are many, HOOP 10 Basketball is all about you. Her passion is Texas Panhandle basketball. Johnna is the Director of West Texas AAU. She maintains a close working relationship with state AAU leaders and host AAU qualifying tournaments each summer.
Johnna works extremely well with area junior high and high school coaches. This benefits junior high and high school athletes both in UIL and AAU basketball. Having played and coached at the Division I Level, Johnna is among a great network of college and university coaches. This networking provides yet another way to promote HOOP 10 players to college coaches and recruiters.
Layne Reeves-Mulamba is a Lubbock native who played her High School career at Trinity Christian High School. Layne helped lead her team to two State Championships in 2005 and 2006. Layne continued her basketball career at the University of Nebraska where she was a part of the Big 12 Championship team who went an undefeated 28-0 in regular season and went on to the Sweet Sixteen. After completing her Marketing degree at Nebraska in 2012, Layne spent two years at Texas Tech University as the Graduate Assistant Coach under Kristy Curry and Candi Whitaker.
Layne is passionate about the game of basketball and brings her knowledge of the game and energy to Hoop10 Basketball. Layne desires to not only teach the game of basketball, but also to use the game of basketball to instill character and work ethic in each player at Hoop10.
The Director of HOOP 10 Boys, Rance Barnett, brings both success and experience to the court.
- Athletic Director at St. Andrew's Episcopal School
- Coached competitive club and school basketball for 9+ years
- Directed camps, clinics and tournaments
- Trained youth - varsity athletes
- Developed multiple championship teams
Miklannet ("Mik") Tennal-Patrick hails from Centralia, Kansas where she was first team All-State/All-Classes after going undefeated and winning the state basketball championship her senior year. She began her college career at Cloud County junior college in Concordia, KS. Her team was the first Kansas team ever to win the women's junior college national championship, and she was named the tournament MVP. Mik transferred to Texas Tech in 2002, where the team advanced to the Elite Eight tournament. She finished her playing career at Division II Emporia State University in Emporia, KS making it to the Elite Eight. She graduated ESU with a bachelors in Health Promotion.
Her coaching career began at Angelo State University. She was the graduate assistant for two years while completing her masters in Kinesiology. From there, she took an assistant coaching job at Division I Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. After two years there, she returned to Kansas at Cowley Community College in Arkansas City, KS. From there, Mik returned to Texas to head the volleyball program and serve as assistant basketball coach at Clarendon College.
Currently, she resides in Amarillo with her husband and two children, where she coaches clinics with Hoop10 and offers private instruction.