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Moore Brothers Inc. was established to provide a platform for youth of all ages to achieve excellence in the sport of basketball. Through intense personal training and camps that provide competitive experiences we hope to prove how sports develops character, teamwork, responsibility and unity amongst participants. “Basketball doesn’t build character, it reveals it”





Ronald attended Plymouth Whitemarsh High School.  In his senior season he averaged 17 points, 8 assists, and 2 steals, which earned him an All-Southern Pennsylvania Third Team selection from the The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Ronald earned a Full Scholarship to play Division 1 basketball at Siena College in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).

As a four-year starter (2007-10) he helped lead his team to 98 -37 record with 3 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances and 3 MAAC tournament championships. His most memorable NCAA tournament moment came in 2009 against Ohio State when he hit two key three pointers, the first to tie the game in a first overtime and the second to win the game with 3.9 seconds left, that allowed Siena to progress to the Second Round.

Along the way Ronald achieved many personal accolades. He led the MAAC in assists for his junior year, with 6.4 per game (twelfth best nationally) on his way to Second Team All-MAAC and All-MAAC Tournament Team selections. As a senior in 2009-2010, Ronald was named First-team All-MAAC and All MAAC tournament selection. He led the entire NCAA Division I in assists during the season with 261 assists (7.7 per game), he finished his career with a MAAC record of 823 that also ranked 23rd all-time best in the Division 1.

Ronald signed his first professional contract for Slovakia with the team Edymax SPU Nitra, he averaged 17 points and 7 assists during the 2010-11 season.  Ronald went on to play 11 years professionally in Europe with his longest stint being in Italy where he scored over 1,000 points in Italy's 1st league. 



Chuck attended Plymouth Whitemarsh High School. As a three year starter (1995-1997) he became the school’s all-time leading scorer, led the Colonials to the state Class AAAA championship, and was The Philadelphia Inquirer’s area player of the year.

Chuck began his college career at Seton Hall University under then Head Coach Tommy Amaker and current coach of Harvard University. For two years he was a key contributor off the bench, he averaged 8.8pts as sophomore and led the Big East Conference in 3pt percentage (40%) in the 1998-99 season.

Chuck later transferred to Vanderbilt University, in the South Eastern Conference (SEC), where his role increased drastically and his impact was felt. He led the Commodores in scoring (13.0) his junior year and minutes played. In his senior year he received team MVP honors, along with Defensive, Assist, and Leadership end of the year awards. He was second in scoring (13.0) and eclipsed the 1,000-point mark against Mississippi State finishing with 1,073 career points.

Upon graduation, he had professional NBA tryouts with the Philadelphia Sixers and Milwaukee Bucks. He ended up playing professionally overseas for Furstenfeld, Austria and later in the United States Basketball League (USBL) for the Pennsylvania Valley Dawgs coached by Philadelphia Sixer legend Darryl Dawkins. However, his pro career was cut short due to multiple knee injuries.

Following his pro career, Chuck since has coached for 17 years at two storied basketball programs. He began his coaching career at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School as the the Boys’ Head Junior Varsity and Assistant Varsity coach under future hall of fame coach, Jim Donofrio. He then went to currently the Head Boys Varsity coach for Coatesville High School. In five years he has compiled an overall record of 99-38 and earned Chester County Coach of The Year honors at the end of the 2016 season. He has since returned and currently Plymouth Whitemarsh High School as the Assistant Varsity coach.

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