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Welcome to the 33rd Year of Kingston Lakers Basketball

Start up dates

Updated Tuesday September 4, 2018 by Erin Young.

Development League (co-ed); Paul Pennell, Darren Young, Tom Turnbull Grades 1-3 Wednesday BEGINS SEPTEMBER 19 6:30-7:30 pm

Mixed League (co-ed);  Duncan Cowan Grades 4-5 Boys, Grade 4-5 Girls Monday BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17 7-8 pm

Girls League; Matt Muisiner and Melissa Low Grades 6-9, Monday BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17 8-9 pm

Boys League; Darren Young and Duncan Cowan Grades 6-8, Wednesday BEGINS SEPTEMBER 19 7:30-9 pm

Registration fee is $115 per child.

The family rate has been changed to $300 for 3 children and $85 for any additional children in the same family.

Some other important notes for the 2018-2019 season:

The league reserves the right to move kids up a league in order to preserve equal play, eqaul opportunity to grow as a player.

In the spirit of fair play, we will not be making accommodations for friends or even siblings to play on the same team.

There will no double teaming in any leagues to ensure player development.

After league registrations have reached capacity, we will have a waiting list. Last year we went into the wait lists for every league. It is a first come first serve for wait lists, so there is no bumping permitted.

REFUND POLICY A full refund is available before the end of September, 2018. The refund depends on there being a player on the waiting list available to take the spot. After those dates, no refunds will be provided. There will be no exceptions.

Please try to arrive 10 minutes before we are to begin so practice time is put to full use.

 

Spring 2019 3 on 3 League

Registration closes in 6 days

Monday Nights
7- 7:30 Girls Grade 5/6
7:30 – 8pm Boys Grade 5/6
8 – 8:30pm Girls Grade 7/8
8:30 – 9pm Boys Grade 7/8
A development league ONLY (rep players must play up in Grade category). This is a 3 on 3 league to help players get more touches on the ball and to learn how to move with and without the ball in a 3 man set up. Scores can be kept (verbally) but no standings or play-offs. There will be high school refs/volunteers who will offer guidance or help settle a game dispute in order to help the games keep moving. The idea is to use the 30 minute games to the best of it's capability. There will be 4 to a team to help with subs, teams will be made on a nightly basis. You make the best with the players assigned against the opposing team assigned. If there are not enough female players to sustain a separate league, there will be at least 1 female assigned per team). attendance will be taken and each night you are present, you will receive a ballot into a draw held the final night for summer basketball camps.


2019 Elite Basketball Camp July 1-5 Gr 7-8

*Each participant receives a reversible Lakers jersey
*Daily Mobility and Movement Preparation Instruction with take away materials
*Implementation and development of the “zero seconds” approach into individual player development.
*Introduction to Basketball Decision Training methods as developed by Chris Oliver (University of Windsor, Men’s Basketball – Head Coach)
*Low instructor to player ratio of 1:6
*Current Senior Varsity Basketball Players will support our lead instructors.


2019 Elite Basketball Camp July 8-12 Gr 4-6

*Each participant receives a reversible Lakers jersey
*Daily Mobility and Movement Preparation Instruction with take away materials
*Implementation and development of the “zero seconds” approach into individual player development.
*Introduction to Basketball Decision Training methods as developed by Chris Oliver (University of Windsor, Men’s Basketball – Head Coach)
*Low instructor to player ratio of 1:6
*Current Senior Varsity Basketball Players will support our lead instructors.