The 10th Annual Wisconsin Hoops Select Spring Shoot Out is set for April 25-27th, 2014 at Waunakee High School Fieldhouse & Middle School.
This year's tournament is limited to 48 teams (vs. 52 entered last year). Registration forms for Boy's & Girl's can be found on the Spring Shoot Out page (link to page above).
The WHS Boys Program will be hosting a tryout for players currently in 9th grade for our 15U teams on March 9th from 7-9pm at Edgewood College in Madison. Players will need to pay a $10 registration fee for the tryout. Please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register for tryouts:
What to Bring to Tryout:
The Wisconsin Hoops Select Boy's prorgram is looking to form competitive teams in the Walworth County area this coming summer at the 10u through 17u levels. If you are interested in extending your basketball season into the summer please email us with the following information at email@example.com. Please include:
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.
Reedsburg's Nate Runde is compiling another solid season at the Varsity level & with it, he's continuing to receive more attention at his high school games. In Reedsburg's heavy weight match up with #1 ranked Mt Horeb, four college coaches waited outside the locker room to have a couple of moments with the 6'4" Senior: Edgewood College, Ripon College, Clarke College (IA) & the University of Wisconsin-Platteville were all in attendance.
Please visit the Boys Registration page for link to the 2014 registration form for those players who have received invitation letters from their coaches.
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.
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
17u Johnson - Milwaukee Spring Shootout Champions
Congrats to the following WHS seniors that made the Wisconsin Sports Network Seniors to watch list:
Isaiah Lesure - Mt. Horeb
Reggie Roemer - Madison Memorial
Nate Runde - Reedsburg
Congrats to Preston Droessler who was named as a top 50 player to watch this upcoming season by the Wisconsin Sports Network. Other players listed to watch were:
Preston Droessler - Cuba City
Ben May - Monticello
Sy Staver - Mineral Point
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.
14u Chandler - Spring Shootout Champions
Landon Zimmerman (New Glarus) was selected by the Wisconsin Sports Network as a Top Sophmore to watch this upcoming season. Way to go Landon, keep up the good work.
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!
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