We understand there are conflicts with other winter sports so we do our best to schedule practices/tournaments to not conflict. Also, if there are many players on one team with similar conflicts we will try and adjust the schedule accordingly
"At Hoops4Health, the owners and the coaches care about the children as much as the game. Their passion for the children and the game shines through the way they coach and interact. This organization instills in the kids how to care about each other, how to play as a team and to play hard whether they are winning or losing. My son has grown so much as a player and as a person since joining Hoops4Health." (Tami Gilbert, Parent)
"Hoops for Health has been great for my sons development in his basketball skills and, more importantly, his learning of how to play the game correctly. The coaches develop players in all aspects of the game to become an all around better player, teammate and person." (Alex Erickson, Parent)
All our coaches have an incredible amount of expertise and experience in coaching basketball. Each one has a passion for teaching the art of the game, offensive and defensive schemes, and the fundamentals and qualities necessary to be a great teammate and player. Their aim is for every player to bond and sync to become a strong unit who succeeds on the court as well as be great people and student athletes off the court. Sportsmanship and teamwork is a core philosophy of each of the Hoops4Health coaches. We also always stress the importance of nutrition, taking care of your mind and body, and excelling in school.
At Hoops4Health teaching a healthy lifestyle is as important to us as teaching basketball fundamentals. Throughout the season players will be reminded about making healthy choices and nutritional sheets will be handed out. At the beginning of the season parents will be sent a healthy food option list to discuss with their kids. During the season there will be one special week dedicated to health and wellness awareness. We will be going over healthy decisions with the kids at practices and will also have some contests and prizes that reinforce healthy lifestyle habits.
Winnetka Community House
620 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka, IL
3pm-4pm - Boys Grades 3-4 (2nd Graders can tryout for the 3rd grade team).
4:15-5:15pm - Boys Grade 5
5:30-6:30pm - Girls Grades 3-5 (2nd graders can tryout for the 3rd grade team)
3-4pm - Boys Grades 3-4 (2nd Graders can tryout for the 3rd grade team)
4-5pm - Boys Grade 5 and Girls Grades 3-5 (2nd Graders can tryout for the 3rd grade team)
*If you cannot attend one of the scheduled tryouts contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Winnetka Coyotes a community based program for players looking to represent their area and play competitive basketball. Our core teaching methods build offensive and defensive team principles, skill development, and fundamentals. The Coyotes promotes sportsmanship, teamwork, friendship, hard work, discipline, and a healthy lifestyle. We always provide professional coaching and challenge our players to become not only better players but better people. Our number one priority is to improve the game of each player and teach how to play structured team basketball. FLYER