2017-18 T-shirt Fundraiser
Support the Dragons this year for our annual T-shirt Fundraiser! Pony up to get your logo or line of text on the official 2017-18 Dragons shirt! We are proud to represent our sponsors and couldn't do it without you! Check out the details and order below. Email logo files to: gcasc8@gmail.com

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5th Place Finish at 2017 Midwest Conference Championship!
The Dragons competed in the 2017 Midwest Conference Championship for the Prep Divison and finished in 5th Place. They went 4-1 and lost to the eventual champion, the Indiana Racers, by only 3 points! Jamie Stanford was nominated to the All-Tournament Team, recognized for his court vision, ball handling, and driving in the paint.
Dragons Finish 4th at 2017 Ft. Wayne Regional Qualifier!
The Dragons traveled 12 strong to finish in 4th Place at the Ft. Wayne Turnstone Regional Qualifier Tournament on Jan 28 & 29, 2017. They went 1-3, losing two close games to the LWSRA Hawks and Turnstone Flyers. In their final game they achieved victory against the Michigan Pistons. Leading the way for the Dragons were Cameron Spriggs and Isaac Lanz, both named to the All-Tournament Team.
Dragons Finish 14th at 2016 NWBA National Tournament!
In their first ever bid at the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, your Dragons went 1-3 and finished 14th, including an overtime win over the Lakeshore Sharks!
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Who We Are
Founded in summer 2014 by Covington, KY native Jake Counts, the Cincinnati Dragons are a youth wheelchair basketball team that competes nationally in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association's and locally as part of the Midwest Conference. Our players range from 7 to 18 years old and have a variety of disabilities. We field two teams: the Prep Dragons with players 14 and under, and the Varsity Dragons with players 18 and under.
Contact Us
Do you or somebody you know want to play wheelchair basketball or learn more about the Cincinnati Dragons and adapted sports? Email us at or visit our Facebook page and see what all the excitement is about!
Who Can Play
  • Any person who uses a manual wheelchair(non-electric) and typically pushes themselves
  • Any person who might have a problem running, jumping or cutting
  • Many people who normally don't use a wheelchair still play wheelchair basketball. For example a person with a prosthethic limb might play in order to find a sport where they can compete with their peers on a level playing field.
Greater Cincinnati Adapted Sports Club
The Greater Cincinnati Adapted Sports Club(GCASC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization with the mission to promote adapted sports for children and adults who have a disability in the Greater Cincinnati area. The Cincinnati Dragons are the flagship program of the GCASC.

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