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2015 Boys Madison & Walworth Area Tryout Information is NOW AVAILABLE
2015 Try Out Registration in Now Available for our Madison and Walworth County Programs. Wisconsin Hoops Select Boys is excited to announce the dates of two tryouts for next years' 2015, summer season. Registration for the tryout will be online only (registration sign up above) & closed to the public (i.e. parents will be asked to not be in the gym during tryout). The following are the important details. For proper evaluations, we encourage you to attend both events.
Madison Area Tryout Information:
When: Sunday, November 2nd, 10U-13U Boys @ 5:30-7pm; 14U-17U Boys @ 7:15-8:30pm
Sunday, November 16th, 2014: 10U-13U Boys @ 6:15-7:30pm; 14U- 17U Boys @ 7:30-8:45pm
Location: Waunakee High School Fieldhouse
What to Bring: Each player should bring their basketball and a shirt/jersey with a number on it.
Cost: $20/player – Each player receives a registration to enter both Waunakee tryout dates (no charge for attending second tryout date)
Walworth County Tryout Information
When: Saturday, November 8th & 15th, 2014
Location: Burlington High School Fieldhouse (400 McCanna Pkwy, Burlington, WI 53105)
Time: 10U-13U Boys @ 2-3:15pm; 14U-17U Boys @ 3:30-4:45pm
What to Bring: Each player should bring their basketball and a shirt/jersey with a number on it.
Cost: $20/player – Each player receives a registration to enter both Walworth tryout dates (no charge for attending second tryout date)
The 10U Johnson team bounced back from a tough Saturday schedule to play some of their best basketball of the summer on Sunday to place 2nd at the Noah's Ark End of Summer tournament in Wisconsin Dells. WHS came out firing, on Sunday, on both sides of the ball as they beat the Midwest Wildcats by 12 points, a team that would tie for 1st place with a win. Strong defensive pressure, along with making the extra pass on the offensive side of the ball, sealed the victory. In their second game, WHS controlled the game from the opening tip against the Wisconsin Academy; leading by double digits for most of the game. Again fueled by an outstanding defensive effort, WHS put together another solid offensive performance to claim 2nd place on the weekend. Great job boys and have a great rest of the summer. Go Hoops!
The 13u Esters team notched it's first tournament victory at the NAYS Madison Summer tournament over the weekend. Win's over the Wisconsin Reign, Wisconsin Ballers and NESYB led them to their championship on Sunday. Great job boys, proud of the progress you have made this summer.
The 15u Lee team had one of it's best weekends this summer as they went 4-1 on the weekend & placed 2nd in the NAYS Madison Summer Tournament, held at Madison College. Great job!
The 11U boy's continued to work hard and the reward was a championship at the Tommy B Firecracker Classic in Wisconsin Dells on June 28th. This coming off the heels of a successful run in Ripon at the HLC Summer Shootout the week prior. Great season boy's and good luck in your school ball season. Go Hoops!
WHS WBCA 2014 All Stars - 2014
Hard Work. Dedication. Students. Class. These are just some of the words that describe the 2014 graduating class for the Wisconsin Hoops Select Boys program. This group of players have accomplished a lot both on and off the floor and have given our younger players role models to look up to. These 5 players were honored at the WBCA banquet at Chula Vista resort on June 20th for their achievement as basketball players and students. Couldn't be more proud of what they have accomplished, Go Hoops!
Pictured from left to right: Billy Bull, Nick Ptaschinski, Nate Runde, Jeremy Whitish and Alex Mortimer.
5 games, 5 wins and another tournament championship for the 14U Hildreth team, this time in Racine at the NAYS Summer Tournament. Hildreth is on a hot streak as they have won 9 straight straight games and 15 of their last 17 games. 22-6 on the year Hildreth was again led by more team basketball as Payton Richgels, Donovan Blevins, Bryce Prochaska and Josh Shepler all led their team in scoring over the weekend. Getting contributions from every player on the team has led to summer success for Hildreth. Hildreth will play at the Jimmy V in Wisconsin Dells from July 18th-20th to finish out the season. Great job boys, keep working, it's paying off. #Attitude #Energy
The 14U Hildreth team had it's eyes on the prize Sunday and finished out the weekend with a perfect record and a June Jam Championship in Stoughton. Hildreth completed another sweep as they beat The Edge, Wisconsin Academy-Miller, NESYB-Gold and Wisconsin Academy-Torres in the Championship all by double digits. 17-6 on the year, Hildreth is headed to Racine at the end of the month and then to the Dells for the Jimmy V Classic. Continue the great summer boy's, we are all proud of you. #Hoops #Family
Heath Huschitt takes it to the rack for 2
Progress, Learning and Hard Work continue to be evident as the 10U Johnson squad posted a 4-1 record falling just short in the championship game. Quality wins over the Rockford Wildcats, Wisconsin Academy-Jourdan, Lakeside Basketball Academy and Wisconsin Rap capped off a very productive weekend. Next up is the Jimmy V Classic and Noah's Ark End of Summer Tournament in the Dells. Great job Boys!!!
Coach Staver and his 17U boys brought home the gold championship at the 2014 Hugh Roberts Classic in Wisconsin Dells with quality wins over the JM Rockets, Wisconsin Magic and Wisconsin Blizzard. 17U Staver has now secured back to back championships in the Dells this season, keep working boys. Great Job!
The 15U Chandler team earned a clean sweep of victories over the weekend to win the WHS Spring Shootout Championship on April 26th in Waunakee, WI. Chandler started the day with a victory over the WHS 15u Lee team (52-39) as their defensive pressure in the 2nd half opened up the game. Chandler then made quick work of the Green Bay Gunners (67-24) and finished off the day with a solid win vs. the Wisconsin Sonics. Congratulations on a great day of basketball. Go Hoops!
2014 WHS Spring Shootout Champions
The WHS 14U Hildreth team has started off the summer season with a bang going 2-2 at the NY2LA Swish & Dish tournament in Milwaukee with impressive wins vs the Peoria Soldiers & Kingdom Hoops. Hildreth followed it up on Saturday with a clean sweep against the Wisconsin Swing, Green Bay Gunners & Wisconin Sonics for a Spring Shootout Championship.
WHS 14U Hildreth 48, Wisconsin Swing 26
Donovon Blevins (Platteville) led WHS with 17pts against the Swing, including 3 steals. Josh Shepler (Dodgeville) added 8pts and Devon Schmitz (Richland Center) and Tony Ruesga (Darlington) added 7pts each. Garret Heer (Platteville) led the team in rebounding with 7.
WHS 14U Hildreth 50, Green Bay Gunners 19
A balanced attack of Blevins (11pts), Schmitz and Shelper (9pts each) and Payton Richgels (Dodgeville) 8pts led WHS as they cruised to a team victory over the Gunners. Ruesga led WHS in rebounds with 7.
WHS 14U Hildreth 32, Wisconsin Sonics 27
Donovon Blevins led WHS in scoring with 10pts and Tony Ruesga added 9pts including 3 steals against a tough Sonics team. Bryce Prochaska (Dodgeville) led the team in rebounds with 6 as they closed out the championship.
Tony Ruesga, Darlington, is listed among the top Wisconsin players in the Class of 2018. Tony has yet to play a high school basketball game, but is already on a "watch" list for college coaches on the Summer AAU circuit. He plays for the Wisconsin Hoops Select-14U Hildreth team, who are experiencing a lot of success already in the 2014 AAU scene.
The WBCA has selected the participants to play in the 2014 All-Star game at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells and the Wisconsin Hoops Select again is represented well. Please click on the names below and consider supporting these players and their outstanding season. Great Job Boys!
Division 2 South:
Nate Runde - Reedsburg
Division 3 South:
Alex Mortimer - Richland Center
Division 5 South:
Billy Bull - Fall River
Nick Ptaschinski - Wayland Academy
Jeremy Whitish - Barneveld
Hard work is paying off as WHS would like to highlight the following players making their All-Conference teams this past season. Great Job!
Conference Player Of The Year:
First Team All-Conference:
2nd Team All-Conference:
Honorable Mention All-Conference:
As Per Wisconsin Sports Network: Mark Miller
Roemer is a 5-11 point guard who can also play on the wing. A gym rat who developed into a consistent performer for coach Steve Collins at Memorial this season, Roemer averaged 6.6 ppg for a balanced and extremely talented team.
Roemer helped Memorial to the Big Eight Conference title and a 20-4 overall record.
"Reggie improved so much during the season, both offensively and defensively," Collins said. "Not only did he improve his outside shot, but, as the season progressed, he took the ball to the basket with a lot of strength and confidence. Defensively, he made a lot of improvement guarding the ball. He can guard bigger players. He also does an outstanding job guarding off the ball.
"I think Reggie will quickly work his way into a leadership position. He does a great job of being the conduit between coaches and players. He asks the follow-up questions ... the hows and whys ... and then does a great job of reinforcing those things with his teammates. He'll be that voice behind the scenes."
Conference player of the year Billy Bull took to the court this season to show the conference he meant business. The 6'3" Senior backed it up as he averaged 13.3 ppg with game high's of 28pts against Deerfield and 21pts against both Wayland Academy and Johnson Creek. Great job Billy, we can't wait to watch you at Edgewood College next year.
Reedsburg's Nate Runde finished off another stellar senior season averaging 14.2ppg and scoring 825 total points in his high school career. Nate will be taking his talents to Ripon College next season under the direction of Head Coach Ryan Kane. Congratulations on an outstanding year Nate, the Wisconsin Hoops Select family couldn't be prouder of your accomplishsments.
Nick Ptaschinski who is the states #34 leading scorer at 21ppg signed a letter of intent to play at NAIA Division 2 Northwestern College in Iowa next season. Nick is having a break out season for Wayland Academy shooting 45% from the three point line and hitting 60 three's already this season. Nick has 9 games with 20+ points including a 34pt night at Kenosha Christian Life. Congratulations Nicks, the WHS family is proud of you.
Madison Memorial's Daurice Fountain has signed a National Letter of Intent to play football and run track at the University of Northern Iowa. Fountain a 6 foot 3 inch wideout caught 48 passes for 782 yards and 10 touchdowns in 10 games last season. Fountain is also a solid contributor on the basketball team with his lock down defense, scoring 6ppg for the Spartans. Great Job Reece, we can't wait to watch you at the next level. #WHSproud
Interested in coaching a WHS team, contact us today!!
The Wisconsin Hoops Select program is always looking for good coaches. Have a love for the game? Want to earn some summer cash while coaching a game you have played your entire life? Contact us today for more information, email@example.com
The Wisconsin Hoops Select Basketball Program was established in 2006 to provide a competitve basketball platform for youth and high school players to expand and build upon opportunities for themselves. Wisconsin Hoops Select features boys and girls teams ranging from ages 10 through high school and is based out of southern Wisconsin.
17u Johnson - Milwaukee Spring Shootout Champions
5-10 – Madison Memorial HS – Fitchburg, WI
Roemer did a nice job of creating offense for himself Friday afternoon. The 5-10 point guard excels at breaking down his defender off the dribble and either getting all the way to the basket, or pulling up for a jumper. Roemer scored 24 points in the loss to Quad City Elite.
Jake Grebe - WHS Alumni going up for 2 of his team high 7 points at the WBCA All Star Game
WHS Basketball Alumni Jake Grebe (Fall River) was selected to this year's Division 5 WBCA South All Star team. Jake led the South squad in scoring with 7 points in a narrow loss to the North team in a game played in Wisconsin Dells. After the game Dennis Semrau of the Wisconsin State Journal posted on Twitter "Player I wish I could have seen more of this season: Fall River 5-10 guard Jake Grebe, a scrappy player with an endless motor". Great Job Jake!
14u Chandler - Spring Shootout Champions
Keyes 10u Boys Bring Home Hoops For A Cause Championship
Coach Allen's 15u Spring Shoot Out Champions
WHS 17U Johnson - WHS Spring Shootout Champions!!!
13U Hildreth - Big Bang Classic Champions
Athletic Republic Offers Sports Performance Training Sessions for WHS Players