Head Coach of Varsity Teams
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 2028 Girls
Originally born in Oklahoma City and moved to Dallas at a young age. Dashia played varsity all 4 years at Lancaster High School. She became a 4 sport athlete in High School and a 2 sport athlete in college. While playing basketball at Lancaster Dashia made First Team All district each year of High School. Dashia attended Oklahoma Wesleyan University to play basketball and to run track and field. She went on to win 2 conference titles and 1 appearance at the NAIA National Championship for the first time in school history. After 2 year of Women’s Track and Field, she was named the NAIA Women’s Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year.
After 5 years of dedication to sports and volunteer work at the Boys and Girls Club, she graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology and Criminal Justice.
Upon, graduating college, she began an immediate career as a Program Coordinator at an Autism Pre-School in Carrollton.
"I would not picture my life any different then to help Children from different dynamics with different abilities coming together to form one unity. I choose to coach because my everyday goal is to improve the life of youth in every aspect possible. "
Head Coach of Freshman Boys
Coach J.C. Lane joined RBC 3 years ago and has been coaching in the Keller, Trophy Club-Roanoke area for the last 11 years in youth sports. Coaching all age groups with a focus on basketball, baseball and football. In that time, he has built competitive, championship teams driven by sound fundamentals, hard work and dedication. Coach Lane was a successful varsity athlete in high school earning him a scholarship to play collegiate football. He then joined the armed services and went on to play on the All-Marine Basketball team and competed at the highest levels against pro teams from Europe, Asia and the US for 10 consecutive seasons. Coach Lane continues to serve his country as a civilian, working as a project manager over military construction for the Army Corps of Engineers in Fort Worth and is finishing his master’s degree from Auburn University later this year. His foundation and support come from his wife of 25 years, Angie and their two boys Jacob (18) and Brandon (11). Coach Lane’s favorite life’s lesson quote is “Successful people are not gifted; they just work hard, then succeed on purpose.” – G. K. Nelson
Assistant Coach Varsity 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 2026 Girls
Born in Bethlehem, Pa and moved to Ft. Worth, Tx at the age 11 yrs old. Keeno played at Paschal high school, where he was a 2-sport athlete in playing football and basketball. He was sophomore of the year and 2nd team all-district basketball player senior year. Keeno then decide to play college football at Cisco Junior College. Where he was NJCAA All Conference and All region wide receiver. While playing indoor football Keeno worked for Communities in Schools of the Lehigh Valley within Easton area school district where he served as Transition Coordinator and was part of 21st Century after school program. He also worked as coordinator for the teenage fatherhood program through Communities in Schools of the Lehigh Valley. Keeno always had the love of basketball, through the years he coached 12u basketball for St Anthony Community Center for 3 years in Easton, Pa. Then moved back to Texas where he coached at YMCA in Arlington, Tx for 2 years and was co-founder of DFW Ice where he was head coach of the High School boys’ team.
Keeno believes following these simple acronyms can assist with everyday life. Trying to instill to youth to have Integrity, Character, and Excellence (ICE). Following the triple A’s meaning Academics, Attitude, and Ability