Head Varsity Boys
Coach Todd Robinson
Head Varsity Girls
Originally from Illinois, Robinson moved to Oakland, CA at age 8 where he found his love for the game of basketball. Robinson played at UC Berkeley and Dixie State College. On his rise to play college basketball Robinson describes his journey as " Liberating and life-changing. I met some great mentors who shared the game with me. Coaches who taught me so much more than the game. Those men, I will be forever grateful for." Robinson is a coach who strongly believes in discipline, collective responsibility, respect, and who uses his mistakes to teach the correct way to do things. Robinson uses a games approach philosophy based on decision making, rather than just skill acquisition. He believes often times coaches focus on only the skill and not how/when to make the decision to execute the skill. He bridges the gap between them. Coach Robinson's favorite life's lesson quote is "The way you play the game of basketball, is the way you will play the game of life."
- Kurtis Townsend
Head Coach of 2026 Girls
Born Pennsylvania and moved to Ft. Worth at the age 11, Keeno played at Paschal high school, where he was a 2-sport athlete in football and basketball. He was voted athlete of the year as a sophomore and 2nd team all-district basketball player his senior year. Keeno was offered a scholarship to play for Cisco Junior College. He received All Conference and All region honors. After college Keeno worked for Communities within the Easton area school district where he served as Transition Coordinator for the 21st Century after school program, and as a coordinator for the teenage fatherhood program.
Keeno coached basketball for St Anthony Community Center for 3 years in Easton, Pa. Then he moved back to Texas where he coached at the YMCA in Arlington for 2 years and was co-founder of DFW Ice basketball. Keeno believes following this simple acronym can assist with everyday life. Trying to instill to youth to have Integrity, Character, and Excellence (ICE).
Head Coach of 2028 Girls
Coach Joaquin Turner joined RBC in 2022. As a child, I was a dual sport athlete that played basketball and football. I received an academic and football scholarship from Texas Southern. Prior to graduating, I was scouted to play professionally prior to an ACL injury. While in grad school, I was able to regain playing semi-pro and started coaching youth football and basketball. I continued to coach while playing and progressing professionally as an Arena football player for North Texas Savages Texas Revolution, and Virginia Reapers. After my playing career, I focused on child development at my church and became a youth pastor. I believe strongly a good foundation of Christian principles can create a successful selfish team. As a coach, I believe in passion, purpose and commitment to the little things will equal success in the game of sports and the game of life.
Head Coach of 2027
Head Coach 2026 Boys
Lakhani played basketball at North Lake College and the University of Dallas. He brings 12 years experience coaching from multiple camps, youth leagues, HS freshman and assistant HS Varsity. His goal is to teach the fundamental foundations of basketball so that your player can develop and increase their love of the game. Lakhani is dedicated to improving your child's skill set and understanding of the game. Coach Ahad's favorite life's lesson quote is "What you are as a person is far more important than what you are as a basketball player."
- John Wooden
Head Coach of 2025 Boys
Born in Temple, TX moved around as a youth but found the love for sports at an early age. Played Basketball, Football and Baseball growing up. At the age of 14 Terry moved back to Denton, TX where he played 4 years of Basketball at Denton High School and on a local AAU team. Terry has never lost the love and passion for basketball. His goal is to bring that passion to the youth along with teaching hard work ethic and discipline.
“Sports ideally teach discipline and commitment. They challenge you and build character for everything you do in life.” - Howie Long
Head Coach of 2025 Boys
Coach James Cook joined RBC in 2022. He is originally from Montgomery, AL but relocated to Saginaw, TX in 1982. Coach Cook started playing sports at a very young age. He graduated from Boswell High School. While at Boswell he was a triple sport athlete playing Football, Basketball and Track. This led him to receive a full scholarship to Cameron University in Lawton, OK. In addition to playing for Cameron Coach Cook also held the Vice President of Athletic Training role overseeing all sports. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Athletic Training.
After graduating, Coach Cook spent 3 years playing semi-pro football with the Fort Worth Texans. His diverse athletic background and passion for all sports led him into his
coaching career, where he has coached at the National AAU level as well as High School and Middle School. Over the past 14 years he has been coaching Football, Baseball and Track for Lake Country Christian School in Fort Worth. His coaching style is very honest and direct. He lives by the phrase "Respect All Demand Respect" whether it is on or off the court.