The Warrior Boys Basketball Program 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 varsity 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 and it's affiliation with Westside High School.
Today's commitment leads to tomorrow's successes...
the Warrior Way!
This program is an opportunity for you to purchase Nike basketball shoes and Elite socks at a discount. The program has been very popular so we continue to offer it. We encourage you to be fitted for the right size at a local retailer in advance of the meeting, as returns can cause an unwanted delay for you and your son. A sample of each style will be available at the parent meeting, but not in each size. Please know that purchase of these shoes is COMPLETELY OPTIONAL and not a mandatory requirement. If you have any questions, please email Jason Hellman and title the subject as "Shoe Question."
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.
Executive Director: Brian Nemecek—Westside HS Head Coach
Program Director: Tom Thompson WHS '83
5th & 6th grade $350 7th & 8th grade $400
Included for 7th and 8th grade players and kept by players:
$75 Deposit due upon selection to the team (due May 1st)
Total due Oct. 1, 2014
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.
Please read, sign and return at the Parent Meeting, Monday Septermber 17th.
Please read, sign and return at the Parent Meeting, Monday Septermber 17th. If you have further questions or concerns about this form, please speak with your coach directly.