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Skills & Drills 5th-8th Grades

2019 Shakopee Boys Basketball Skills and Drills Workouts

Who: All interested boys basketball players grades 5th-8th grades (2019-20 School year)

Where: Shakopee High School Gyms

What: This is the Shakopee Boys Basketball summer workout program that will be run by the Shakopee Coaching Staff. A typical session will consist of skill development drills (Shooting, ball handling, 1 on 1 moves, footwork), 1 on 1, 3 on 3, and 5 on 5 games. The focus of the workouts will be on improving individual fundamentals and building team chemistry! Grades are based on 2019-20 school year.

5th-6th Grade Workouts
Schedule: 9 Workouts!
*June: 11, 24, 26
*July: 9, 15, 17, 24, 29, 31
Time: 11:30am-1:00pm Fee: $100

7th-8th Grade Workouts
Schedule: 9 Workouts!
*June: 10, 13, 25
*July: 8, 10, 16, 23, 25, 30
Time: 11:30am-1:00pm Fee: $100

FEE INCLUDES SHAKOPEE HOOPS DRI-FIT T-SHIRT!

Questions?  Contact Coach Dammann

Jake Dammann

Jake Dammann

Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach


Financial Aid/Assistance

To achieve our goal of allowing more boys the opportunity to play basketball, the SBBA Board of Directors has developed a Financial Aid program.  This ensures that any boy, regardless of financial situation, will have the opportunity to play basketball. 

The SBBA Basketball Financial Program details are the following:

  • For ALL Programs: SBBA will reduce fees by 50% of the full cost of the registration fee, (including the Travel fee when applicable), if the player is a recipient of a free or reduced school lunch. 
  • As part of the registration process, there will be a checkbox to be marked and a code to be entered if the player has requested financial aid. 

Steps to applying for Financial Aid:  Parents requesting financial aid for the program should:

  • Register for financial assistance: Click Here
  • Include your free/reduced verification letter in the registration
  • You will only need to submit the verification letter one time per school year.
  • Allow 1-2 business days to receive a code to use during checkout for the program registration.

The following is not covered by financial aid:

  • A $100 check to be used as deposit requiring parents to work their designated shifts at the SBBA Basketball Tournament needs to be provided to the Travel Director on or before the first day of the travel evaluations. 
  • If the parents decline to help at the SBBA Tournament, the $100 will be used to reimburse the SBBA for the hiring of tournament workers. Deposit checks from players whose parents work their assigned shifts will be destroyed.