Come learn about our experienced coaches who have been committed and made it a passion of theirs to mentor, coach and guide our youth in many of the communities of Massachusetts.
- Welcome -
The Central Xtreme Basketball Program is more than just a program. We focus on developing players on and off the court and instilling skills that can be applied to life. The Central Xtreme Basketball Program focuses on intense training by coaches that have played and coach at some of the highest levels off basketball.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR/HEAD COACH
Central Xtreme Program Director Kashawn Hampton has led the Program since being established in 2017. Coach Hampton has guided the Central Xtreme Program to becoming one of the fastest growing basketball programs in the State of Massachusetts and has had the support from Division 1 colleges, NBA coaches, and NBA scouts. Coach Hampton was a stand out high school basketball player in the Central Mass area and was afforded the opportunity to play Division 1 Basketball at High Point University in North Carolina. Coach Hampton has assisted with the development and innovation of the Central Xtreme training program that has trained over 300 plus athletes, in which many have excelled and continued there careers in high school, college and professionally. Coach Hampton is currently the Head Varsity Girls Basketball Coach for the Bartlett High School Indians located in Webster, Ma.
HEAD COACH/TRAINING COORDINATOR
Central Xtreme Head Coach and Training Coordinator David Bostick has been with the Central Xtreme Program since 2019. Coach Bostick's expertise and leadership in the game of basketball has catapulted the Central Xtreme's basketball recognition and training program as the Central Xtreme continues to become one of the fastest growing AAU basketball and leading basketball training programs in the State of Massachusetts. Coach Bostick was a standout high school player in the New Jersey area and was a 1000 point scorer at Becker College located in Leicester, Ma. Coach Bostick had a decorated stint at Becker College after taking over at his alma mater in May of 2014 as the Head Women's Basketball Coach, he quickly made an impact for the women's program. He led the Hawks to their first ever NECC conference championship in 2018 in just his fourth season at the helm. This marked the second time in Becker's history that the team would advance into the NCAA tournament. Coach Bostick then took his expertise to North Adams, Ma where he is currently the Head Women's Basketball Coach for the MCLA Trailblazers