Try-outs for girls' basketball SW Feeder program begin October 9

Friday, September 30, 2011

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Girls, grades 5-8, AAU Shorewood High School Girls Basketball
Try-outs will begin Sunday October 9, 2011

T-Bird Select Girls Hoops is a developmental feeder program for Shorewood High School, in the Shoreline School District. The overall objective of the program is to develop each athlete’s core fundamental skills within the team setting.

It is our hope that through involvement in the feeder program, we will prepare our girls for eventual play at the high school level, though participation in the feeder program is not a guarantee that any player will be chosen for a high school roster.
We are a volunteer-based organization, established to provide an opportunity for girls to develop basketball skills and play basketball in a competitive environment.

The 2011 Spring season will participate with approximately 12 other girls' feeder programs representing local high schools in the WESCO Youth Basketball League (WYBL).
Players must live within the Shorewood HS enrollment boundaries or attend a school that feeds into Shorewood High School. This year, tryouts were held for 7th grade girls attending Einstein, as well as 4th, 5th, and 6th grade girls attending Echo Lake, Highland Terrace, Meridian Park, Room Nine, Parkwood or Syre. 

Players who live in the Shoreline School District, and attend private school or are home schooled, are also eligible to play on T-Bird Select Girls Hoops teams.

Teams have been formed in each of the four grade levels from 4th-7th grades, with the 4th grade team “playing up” as a second (or “B”) team at the 5th grade level. This year the program expands to include 8th grade.

If you have questions about the program, email.


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