2019-20 Shorewood High School Boys Basketball Feeder Program TRY OUTS for Grades 4-8

Sunday, September 1, 2019


2019-20 Shorewood High School Boys Basketball Feeder Program 
TRY OUTS for Grades 4-8

Thunderbird Select Hoops is the basketball feeder program for Shorewood High School. We form teams of approximately 10 players in grades 4-8. 

The program was formed in 2007 to help prepare local boys with the essential skills to compete at Shorewood HS. Boys attending Einstein, Echo Lake, Highland Terrace, Meridian Park, Cascade Community K-8, Parkwood, or Syre (or attending a private school but live within the SWHS boundary) are invited to try out. 

Practices will begin in October, and WesCo league games are played on Saturdays and Sundays from late November through early March. While optional, many of our teams and players will continue to play through June in a spring league.

This is a not-for-profit, fee-based AAU “Select” basketball program for motivated athletes.

You must Pre-Register Online to tryout 

Monday, September 16th – Meridian Park Elementary Gym

5:30-7pm 4th Grade
7-8:30 pm 6th Grade

Wednesday, September 18th—Meridian Park Elementary Gym

5:30-7pm 5th Grade
7-8:30 pm 7th Grade

Thursday, September 19th—Shorewood High School Gym

7:30-9pm 8th Grade

Sunday, September 22nd – Shoreline Community College Gym

10-11:30am 4th Grade
11:30-1pm 5th Grade
1-2:30pm 6th Grade
2:30-4pm 7th Grade
4-5:30pm 8th Grade


IMPORTANT TRYOUT INFORMATION:
  • Arrive 10 minutes early – with a great attitude, ready to play basketball!
  • Bring a basketball (make sure your name is on it) towel and water bottle
  • Players are highly encouraged to attend both tryouts but are only required to attend one to be considered for placement on a team
  • If enough players are identified, Grades 4 and 5 may create a B team.
  • Selected players will need to register and pay a deposit to secure their spot by October 3.


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