K-1 REGISTRATION NOW EXTENDED TO MONDAY, DEC. 15th!
Click on the link below to register for Boys In House or K - 1 program.
Hello all Basketball Families,
We have a couple of opportunities to continue to work on your basketball skills during the winter break.
AHS Boys Holiday Break Basketball Clinic
The AHS Varsity Coaches are offering a FREE holiday basketball clinic!
No registration is required. Each player should bring something to drink and their own basketball. Here are the details:
Who: 4th - 8th grade House and Traveling and players not currently registered with AR Basketball.
When: Monday, December 29th & Wednesday, December 31st
Time: 1 - 3pm. Please arrive between 12:45 - 1pm.
Where: AHS Field House
Skills: Shooting, Ball Handling, Attack & Finish Drills
2014 Minnesota Timberwolves & Lynx Holiday Clinics
The Minnesota Timberwolves & Lynx Basketball Academy is proud to offer basketball clinics during the holiday break. These clinics are designed to improve the skill level of all youth basketball players. The vast knowledge and experience of our basketball staff will help players on fundamentals, practice habits, and teamwork while implementing them in game-like situations. We offer clinics for boys and girls grades 2 - 6. We also offer Advanced Skills Clinics for grades 6 - 8.
Click on the link for the flyer below which has all of the dates, locations, and registration information.
Tornado Force Prep is the beginner program specifically designed for 6th-8th graders. The intent of this stage of the academy is to simply introduce young athletes to sport-specific training and life-fitness skills.
Location: Anoka High School Weight Room
Dates: December 9th - February 26th
The registration attachment has payment information and specific bus information.
Traveling Basketball registration is now closed.
Registration is open only for In House Boys and K-1 Program for boys and girls.
Please send basketball related questions to email@example.com. The former commissioner had one that was ARAAbasketball@gmail.com and that one is no longer correct. If you notice any links on the website that still point to that please let me know.