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Play Like A Champion at Open Court

Open Court Sports Complex has initiated a weekly midday recreation to provide safe, healthy, fun interaction for the students who are experiencing homeschooling or virtual learning. A break from the computer and learning will ensure stability in the student’s learning process and help them feel a sense of normality during these uneasy times.

Our Play Like A Champion day program invites school-aged children to come and learn what it means to Play Like A Champion! The day program consists of basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, and much more! Our coaches and experienced trainers are here to regulate safe, healthy fun. While playing like a champion, participants will learn teamwork, respect, honesty, and sportsmanship.

At Open Court Sports Complex, we encourage all of our guests to focus on everything they do and to incorporate these important champion qualities, and our day program is no different. The day program is great for group field trips, friend outings, and taking a break from screentime. Don’t worry, our cafe’ area is equipped with snacks and drinks to maintain energy while having a great time playing like a champion.

Contact us today for more information on our Play Like A Champion day program, including times and the sign-up process. The day program is open to school-aged children seven to twelve.


To ensure the health and safety of our guests, we ask that everyone follow our COVID policies and procedures; as we all do our part in helping keep the community healthy. At our day program, masks will be worn, sanitization stations are provided, the facility is frequently cleaned, and temperatures are taken upon entry.


Angela Smith-Duncan

Leadership is at the core of our mission at Open Court Sports Complex. We are a woman-owned and veteran-owned facility founded by Angela Smith-Duncan and Andrew Duncan, members of the Katy community who have raised children in the area and recognized the Greater Houston Area’s need for a fun, positive, and motivational space for personal development. The pair know a great deal about personal dedication and development, having contributed a combined 48 years of military service to their country as United States Army Officers and Veterans of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Spartan Shield.

Under our founders’ direction, Open Court Sports Complex is dedicated to serving as a source of mentorship and personal growth in our community, developing professional skills and leadership in young people. Sports are our passion, and we believe they are an ideal vehicle for turning boys and girls into smart, accountable, hard-working young men and women—team players who will become the future leaders of our city, state, and nation.

OCSC’s leadership remains very active in the Katy community, particularly as advocates for disabled veterans and mental wellness. Both volunteer with the Wounded Warrior Project and adaptive sports leagues for disabled athletes.

Open Court’s signature colors are a tribute to disabled veterans: Teal is the color of PTSD awareness, and yellow represents sunshine, which aids in treating clinical depression.

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