The Warrior Boys Basketball Club exists to promote and enhance the interest, desire and passion for the game of basketball within District 66 boys who desire to one day compete for Westside at the high school level. Our focus is to teach solid skills, develop players to become better individually while learning and executing a team-oriented approach to offense and defense. Our coaching staff will promote team unity, unselfish play, and great sportsmanship in any and all players that represent the Warrior Boys Basketball program.
Today's commitment leads to tomorrow's successes...
the Warrior Way!
The following are some important dates leading to the start of the 2018-19 season.
Sun., August 19 – Uniform Sizing at WHS Main Entry from 5:00 - 7:00
Tues., August 21 - Makeup date for Uniform Sizing at WHS from 7:00 – 8:00
September Skills Clinics led by High School Coaches at WHS. Times – TO BE DETERMINED
- Sunday, September 9
- Sunday, September 16
- Sunday, September 23
Monday, October 1 - Deadline for Participation Fees - Full Amount Due.
Monday, October 1 - Practices Begin
-- Parent meetings with each individual grade in conjunction with the grade's first or second practice.
After October 15, but before October 18 - Black, Red, White and Gray (for 7th Grade) selections announced
Games Begin weekend of October 27/28 or November 3/4 depending on grade and team.
The Warrior Boys Basketball Club features solid fundamental coaching to develop your basketball skills in a team oriented environment. It focuses on the development and building of self-confidence.
Contact: Jarrod James
5th & 6th Grade - $375.00
7th & 8th grade - $425.00
50% deposit is required upon selection to the team (due by May 31st). Balance due by October 1st.
Participation fee includes:
Included for 7th and 8th grade players and kept by players:
The Warrior Boys Basketball Club is a private, non-profit organization run by parent and other volunteers. Westside Community Schools does not sponsor or endorse the Club or Club activities.
To teach Westside District 66 boys the fundamentals of basketball within a team-oriented system designed to increase their self-confidence. This program will promote a positive, fearless attitude through discipline and hard work while preparing then to compete to the best of their ability. The short-term objectives for each player is to make learning the game of basketball enjoyable, motivating and rewarding. The long-term objective is to best prepare each player with the opportunity to compete at the high school level of Westside High School.
Mission: Compete Together as Warriors
Vision: Win State Championships -- Be Prepared (BP)
Values: Play Hard - Play Smart - Play Together
Please read, sign and return at the Parent Meeting.