Registration is now open for our Kettle Moraine Middle School 3v3 league. Please register as soon as possible as it will begin next week Monday. There will be no tryouts for this club. Every girl is welcome to join and play.
Please go to the Community Ed Youth page, and click on the Girls Basketball Shooting Clinics to register (Sorry. We were in a rush)
The KMGBC is hosting this 3 vs 3 girls basketball league that is available to all 6th, 7th and 8th grade KM district girls. It will be held at Kettle Moraine Middle School starting Monday Sept. 9th and continue until Thursday Oct. 10th. Girls who choose to participate will meet Monday thru Thursday from 2:45-4:30 after school. Everyday attendance is important with the small team size. Teammates are counting on you.
The 3 vs 3 club season will conclude before the KMGBC season starts so all girls have the opportunity to be in only one or both of the clubs if they choose.
Kettle Moraine seniors and their families gathered May 29th to be honored at the Senior Scholarship Awards ceremony. Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 KMGBC Scholarships - Abigail Crupi, Kamryn Griswold, Halle Kruchoski
Get ready to shoot this summer by trying to complete the KMGBC 10,000 Shot Challenge. Read all about it, sign up, and download all the documents to track and post your shots at our 10K Shot webpage.
If you have any questions, call or email any board member.
The KMGBC is designed to provide girls who reside or attend a school within the KM District the opportunity to participate in a basketball program that has a higher level of skill and competition for a select program. We encourage and welcome all girls to tryout and teams will be formed at the 4th - 8th grade levels.
The Club Program’s efforts are ultimately directed at the development of players for a successful high school program. Based on this objective, the Board supports and works directly with the Kettle Moraine High School Girls Basketball Program and the coaches.
We believe that basketball is a fun game, and there is no reason why basketball at this level should be anything but fun. We have expectations of our players and coaches and we are committed to developing our teams and program. However, we will not lose sight of the fact that enjoying ourselves in the process is central to what we’re doing.
We believe that the development of our athletes will be best served with hard work, dedicated coaching, and a positive athletic experience. We look to develop our players on the court with discipline, knowledge of the game and skill development and off the court by promoting positive life experiences, dedication to the community and respect for our families.
PRACTICE AND GAME EXPECTATIONS
Each team will have two scheduled practices a week. In a select program, the girls are expected to attend each practice. The intention is to provide skill improvement on an individual level as well as team skills and the ability to work together.
Absences should be shared with the coaching staff so that practice plans can be adjusted accordingly.
These practices are an essential part of the select program and lead to improvement in league games and tournaments play over the course of a season as the individuals improve and the team learns to play together.