The Westview youth basketball winter season is a competitive basketball program for 5th – 8th graders living in the Westview attendance area aimed at player development. Each grade level will have 1-2 teams that will play against other competitive programs from around the northwest. Teams will practice normally 2-3 days a week with tournament games on weekends. Tournaments will be held at different venues around the city and state 2-3 weekends a month. Sign up today for tryouts.
Players are expected to attend all tryouts. If a player must miss a tryout for any reason please contact Evan Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Basketball Tryout Times for 5th-8th Grade Boys
Monday 10/28: 7:00pm – 9:00pm at Westview High School
Saturday 11/2: 6:00pm – 8:00pm at Westview High School
Sunday 11/3: 1:00pm – 3:00pm at Westview High School
*Tryout check-in will begin at 6:30 on Monday 10/28
*Team rosters will be posted on the website by the evening of Sunday 11/3.
Westview Youth Coaches:
5th Grade: Mitch Tamblyn
6th Grade: David Kim
7th Grade A: Mike Luyten
7th Grade B: Kelsey Luyten
8th Grade A: Evan Carlson
8th Grade B: Scottie Halgren
This will be a 6 week clinic series put on by the high school and youth coaches of Westview focused on skill development with built in competition as well. It is great for players who are interested in trying out for one of the competitive winter teams at Westview (5th-8th grade). Information on tryouts will be posted soon and will held towards the end of October or the beginning of November.
Fall Clinic Details:
Westview Youth Development Program was organized to help youth develop life long skills of team work, good sportsmanship, determination, and positive attitudes through basketball.
Westview High School basketball coaches work with the youth coaches, associated with their high school, to teach drills, skills, and team concepts to prepare players for High School Basketball.
Westview Youth Basketball is more competitive and a bigger time commitment than Recreational basketball. However, it is not as competitive as Club ball, nor as expensive. With volunteer coaches and access to BSD gym time, Westview youth basketball is affordable as well as rewarding.
On June 10th, we lost an irreplaceable member of the Westview Wildcat Basketball family. Fritz Page gave over 50 years of his life to coaching youth basketball in the region, nearly 20 of them to Westview. His love of sports and his investment in young men who played in our program is a lasting legacy that has touched hundreds of lives. In his honor, Fritz's family has established a scholarship fund to support young athletes who's financial situation would make participating in our programs difficult. Fritz never let access to funding be a barrier for his athletes and we are grateful to his family and the donors who contribute in his name that we can continue to subsidize the cost of participation for our families in need of assistance.
If you are interested in honoring Fritz' memory, Click Here to Donate Now. Go Cats!
The foundation of our program is built on the idea that we CARE deeply about our community, our program, our teammates, ourselves, and everything we endeavor to do. By caring first, we lay the groundwork to achieve great things and
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