Congrats to all the players that successfully completed the 5,000 shot club this summer!  It was the first time we attempted this challenge at the feeder level and I’m proud of their accomplishment.  We had 16 players shoot 5,000 or more shots.  As a program, we put up over 91,000 shots this summer!  Keep working…

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The latest Top-10 shooter list (through July 18) follows.  Pretty impressive results by our players.  In addition to the shooting competition, I know many of the players are working on their games through training programs and summer AAU ball.  All this work in the off season will make a difference when the 2020/2021 season starts.…

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Congrats to Kenadee Morman on securing the top spot by 5 shots! The top-10 shooter list though June 27 follows: 1. Kenadee Morman – 2,225 2. Aubree Phillips – 2,220 3. Jora Phillips – 2,130 4. Alexis Davis – 1,940 5. Gabby Biehn – 1,875 6. Brianna Petit – 1,793 7. Nevaeh Wendling – 1,750…

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The 4th Grade Girls Westosha Youth Basketball Club captured their third championship of the season by winning the Elkhorn Trophy Hunt Tournament on Saturday, February 9, 2019.  The 4th grade team had victories over New Berlin (8-4), Mukwonago (19-14), and Greenfield (25-12) in the championship game.  A great all-around effort by the entire team and…

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The Westosha Youth Basketball Club attended the 2nd Annual UW-Milwaukee Game this past Saturday, 1/12/19 at the Klotsche Center.  Thank you to the UW-M marketing staff for pre-game activities, in-game activities, and for facilitating our group.  There were approximately 65 girls, parents, and siblings in attendance for the game. The Panthers came away with a…

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The Junior Lady Falcons and the Lady Falcons had a successful evening at Central High School on Friday, 1/4.  The Lady Falcons played Burlington and both the Varsity and JV teams took home victories.  The atmosphere was energetic and the Junior Falcons had a blast.

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The 4th Grade Lady Falcons brought home their first championship as a team in their first tournament.  The Falcons went 4-0 and had a come from behind victory in the championship game. Lana Mannetter (3rd Grade – Bristol) was named Tournament MVP.  Congrats Lana!

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