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ONE WAY
BASKETBALL

Only One Way - The Right Way

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Events

One Way offers a variety of events which includes camps, leagues, and fundraisers. Through our events we hope that each child learns the fundamentals while building teamwork, sportsmanship, and most of all have fun. We hope to see you at an upcoming One Way event.

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AAU TEAM

MBE- One Way is an exciting expansion of our 'Moore Brothers Elite' AAU program. MBE - One Way is led by our partner Tyrone Lewis and is based out of Levittown, Pa & surrounding areas. We have 5 competitive AAU age groups: 7th - 11th Grade.

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Training

We offer individual/group training sessions for both youth boy's & girl's. We strongly believe in order to achieve your full potential you must put the work in. Contact Us to find out more information.

TYRONE LEWIS

NIAGARA / PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE / COACH

Tyrone attended Harry S. Truman High School.  Lewis , played all four years of varsity for the Tigers from 2002-2006 becoming Bucks Country All-Time leading scorer (2,211)

Tyrone earned a Full Scholarship to play Division 1 basketball at Niagara University in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC).

While at Niagara, Lewis became the first freshman to be named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament most valuable player after Niagara won the conference title. He was named first-team all-MAAC, then helped the Eagles beat Florida A&M for their first NCAA tournament win in 37 years. Lewis competed at Niagara from 2006-10, ending as the school’s leader in 3-pointers and steals as well as its third all-time leading scorer.  He is the only player in Purple Eagles history and MAAC history to have 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, 200 steals, 200 three-pointers, 200 assists and 76 blocks.  He was picked first team All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference in 2009, second team in 2008 and to the All-Rookie Team in 2007.

Following Tyrone's collegiate career, he went on to play professionally in Europe. He was blessed to have played in both Israel and Germany before a knee injury forced him to look into coaching.

Following his pro career, Tyrone since has coached for 12 years at six great basketball programs. He began his coaching career at Bensalem High School as the the Boys’ Assistant Varsity coach in 2011. He then went to become head coach for Germany's 16U team where they completed an undefeated season and became 16U Champions. In 2012, he came back home to become the assistant coach for Widner University. In 2013, the same year he was inducted into the Bristol Township Athletic Hall of Fame, he became the head coach at Bristol High where he took the Warriors to two-straight District One Class 2A titles and consecutive appearances in the PIAA Class 2A tournament. Bristol was 30-20 and 14-7 in the Bicentennial Athletic League under Lewis. For the next three years, Lewis returned to his College alma mater as the Director of Operations under coach Chris Casey. Following, Lewis returned to his High School alma mater at Harry S. Truman as the Head Varsity coach from 2018-2022. Currently Lewis is the head coach of Conwell-Egan High School which is in the historic Philadelphia Catholic League. 

About One Way Founder

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