Roster And Team Info

Boys  Number
Jay Williams 0
Paul Maya 2
Tyler Cameron 3
Brody Anderson 7
Tylon Phiakhamta 10
Chase Mathistad 11
Cruz Nitchals 12
Mason Helmers 14
Jacob Kruger 15
Bode Johnson 16
Henry Peterson 20
Elias Narsi 22
Barrett Brunk 23
Eli Phillips 24
Isaiah Sathe 27
Brennen Beal 30
Liam Miller 35
William Landgraf 52
Carter Powers  54
Girls  Number
Gwen Grimm 2
Braelyn Thompson 40
Clara Petty 22
Ava Wasson  14
Calista Frankenstein 23
Avery Krull 5
Reese Phillips  19

Grade Goals

Finding your passion: Our main goal at this age group is for athletes to find either passion for the game of basketball. Some may be starting to set high goals for themselves while others want a different path than playing basketball. This is the stage where kids learn to make their own choices as they get ready to head into high school. As a parent, it is important not to force sports or other activities on your child. Let them find their passion.
Lay ups: Athletes will learn the proper use of a reverse lay-ups.

Footwork: Athletes will continue to use different types of jab steps and ball fakes (pass fakes and shot fakes).

Shooting form: Athletes will continue to shoot with movement (shooting off the dribble and off the catch). They will start to shoot off screens and develop a more skilled pull up shot.

Ball handling: Athletes will continue to polish their ball handling skills. At this point, all ball handing drills will be done with two balls. For example, one ball is dribbling with right hand and the other ball is being dribble with left hand going around left leg.

Passing: Athletes will be allowed to pass behind the back, no look passing. We will work most on passing off ball screens and passing into the post.

Rebounding: Athletes will continue to work on rebounding techniques. Boxing out and getting the ball at its highest point.

Offense: We will continue to embraces the “Read the Defense” mentality. We expect all athletes to understand all 5 on 5 sets, side out of bounce sets, and baseline out of bounce sets. Athletes will be held accountable “mentally”. Coaches will now work on late game situations.

Cuts and screens: Athletes will be continue to work screening and cuts to get open. (curl cut, flare cut, back cut, L cut. Post players post flash concepts and we will now work on reverse screens.

Defense: Our Defense will feature 1-2-1-1 press, 2-2-1 press, and man/man. We will now start playing and introducing 2-3 zone, 3-2 zone, and half court press.