The KW Girls Basketball Wildhawks are excited for another season of club basketball including an additional team this year in the youngest level, Novice. On top of our rep teams, we are also offering a skills development program for girls aged five to seven using the Jr. NBA curriculum for anyone who is interested in learning the game of basketball.
Last season saw the KWGBA Wildhawks grow to four teams with tremendous success on the court across the board. Our teams all finished in the top 20 in their respective divisions with the Atom girls finishing fourth in Ontario.
Success on the court is a wonderful bonus that comes with hard working girls, supportive parents, generous sponsors, and especially, top level coaches.
As we write this article, the KWGBA expects our family to grow. We are pleased to have back top notch coaches such as Jay Johnson, Rudy Hamm, and Brian Henry, as well as welcoming new coach, former WLU Golden Hawk standout Kaitlyn Schenk to our organization. Great coaching is the backbone of player development, and it ensures both girls and parents have a rewarding experience.
KWGBA Wildhawks are very excited to be offering a girls-only skills development program for young, brand new players, which will provide a great base of basketball skills for your daughter. For more details, and to register, go to www.kwgba.ca/jr-nba/
The KWGBA is an organization that values openness, transparency, and a great experience for both girls and their families. Please check out our website www.kwgba.ca for more opportunities for players, coaches and sponsors.
Submitted by the Kitchener-Waterloo Girls Basketball Association Wildhawks