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HOOPOLOGY 5on5 is a community centered, 501(c)3 non profit youth basketball organization and a member of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). Our mission at HOOPOLOGY 5on5 is to create a positive atmosphere with excellent coaching and high levels of competition for our local Elementary, Middle School and High School student-athletes .

Our youth basketball program is unique because our staff has collectively coached and played over 30 years. We understand the dedication and sacrifice needed for our student-athletes to reach their full potential. We also understand that the game of basketball is evolving and changing daily. As a result, our year round program strongly emphasizes teaching our high character student-athletes how to play on the perimeter and post, not just one or the other. We also compete in various leagues and tournaments throughout the year in Tucson/Phoenix. We believe consistent training in our program will provide our student-athletes with the necessary tools to help them make the right decisions on and off the court. 

Current Sessions

November- Girls Basketball 11U/5th grade, 10U/4th grade (Mon & Wed 530-630pm)

Please read parents: Coach Perez will focus on ball handling, basic fundamental drills, shooting, defense, basketball concepts, how to be competitive and build up to competitive scrimmages.

Players will begin practice at 5:05, all players must be in the gym by 5pm dressed and ready to go. Parents are welcomed to return to the gym at 6:15pm to observe. Only Players permitted in the gym. Parents; please refrain from talking to players, coaches, or correcting players (and your own) during practices. Coach Perez will motivate players, and assist with building self-esteem during practice in a positive, nurturing, competitive manor. Typically it takes players 3 months to get into a confident flow of basketball, so your patience is appreciated. Coach Perez is available after practices if there is a concern or question.

October- Girls Basketball 10U/4th grade, 11U/5th grade (Mon & Wed 530-630pm)

Please read parents: Coach Perez will focus on ball handling, basic fundamental drills, shooting, defense, basketball concepts, how to be competitive and build up to competitive scrimmages.

Players will begin practice at 5:05, all players must be in the gym by 5pm dressed and ready to go. Parents are welcomed to return to the gym at 6:15pm to observe. Only Players permitted in the gym. Parents; please refrain from talking to players, coaches, or correcting players (and your own) during practices. Coach Perez will motivate players, and assist with building self-esteem during practice in a positive, nurturing, competitive manor. Typically it takes players 3 months to get into a confident flow of basketball, so your patience is appreciated. Coach Perez is available after practices if there is a concern or question.

November- Girls Basketball 14U/8th grade , 13U/7th grade, 12U/6th grade (Mon & Wed 530-630pm)

Please read parents: Coach Perez will focus on ball handling, basic fundamental drills, shooting, defense, basketball concepts, how to be competitive and build up to competitive scrimmages.

Players will begin practice at 5:05, all players must be in the gym by 5pm dressed and ready to go. Parents are welcomed to return to the gym at 6:15pm to observe. Only Players permitted in the gym. Parents; please refrain from talking to players, coaches, or correcting players (and your own) during practices. Coach Perez will motivate players, and assist with building self-esteem during practice in a positive, nurturing, competitive manor. Typically it takes players 3 months to get into a confident flow of basketball, so your patience is appreciated. Coach Perez is available after practices if there is a concern or question.

Travel Basketball aka Games:

There may be an opportunity to play games in the spring, summer 2017 and possibly fall. This is not a topic to be brought up during practices, please read the following;

  • Players will be hand selected by Coach Perez and parents will be given additional information at that time.

  • This commitment will require tournament fees to be paid in advanced by all selected players.

  • Each team must have minimum of 10 players

  • Parents are responsible for transportation, hotel rooms (if necessary), food, and ensuring athletes are fully equipped to compete. Car pooling would be helpful for some families.

  • Parents and players commit to the practice and game schedule.

  • Once Selected, uniforms must be ordered prior to first team practice. All travel players will have their uniform ordered in advanced. Cost of Uniforms $65.00. Please have last name, Jersey #, Jerrsey and shorts Size (Youth or Adult). Hoopology 5on5 socks are available, fee not included. Checks should be written to: Hoopology 5on5.

Order your Hoopology 5on5 Apperal here: http://www.mylocker.net/my/shop/hoopology11537/index.html

October- Girls Basketball 14U/8th, 13U/7th, 12U/6th grade (Mon-Wed 530-630pm)

Please read parents: Coach Perez will focus on ball handling, basic fundamental drills, shooting, defense, basketball concepts, how to be competitive and build up to competitive scrimmages. Players will begin practice at 5:05, all players must be in the gym by 5pm dressed and ready to go. Parents are welcomed to return to the gym at 6:15pm to observe. Only Players permitted in the gym. Parents; please refrain from talking to players, coaches, or correcting players (and your own) during practices. Coach Perez will motivate players, and assist with building self-esteem during practice in a positive, nurturing, competitive manor. Typically it takes players 3 months to get into a confident flow of basketball, so your patience is appreciated. Coach Perez is available after practices if there is a concern or question.

 Information re: Travel Basketball/Games:

There may be an opportunity to play games in the spring, summer 2017 and possibly fall. This is not a topic to be brought up during practices, please read the following;

•Players will be hand selected by Coach Perez and parents will be given additional information at that time.

•This commitment will require tournament fees to be paid in advanced by all selected players.

•Each team must have minimum of 10 players

•Parents are responsible for transportation, hotel rooms (if necessary), food, and ensuring athletes are fully equipped to compete. Car pooling would be helpful for some families.

•Parents and players commit to the practice and game schedule.

•Once Selected, uniforms must be ordered prior to first team practice. All travel players will have their uniform ordered in advanced. Cost of Uniforms $65.00. Please have last name, Jersey #, Jersey and shorts Size (Youth or Adult). Hoopology 5on5 socks are available, fee not included. Checks should be written to: Hoopology 5on5.

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Events and Announcements

Girls Basketball Scrimmage July 5, 2016 (5th-12th Grade)

All Fees are due before or on the first Skiill Session. Players will not be permitted to begin otherwise, no exceptions.

Payment will be accepted in form of a Check or Cash. Make checks to: Trish Perez.

FEE: $20.00

Tuesdays (July 5,12) At Apache 5-630 pm

 

 

 

Off Season Guide for Basketball

 

 

OFF-SEASON GUIDE FOR BASKETBALL

 

 

1.   I will eat the right foods in four meals per day and will regularly take vitamins and supplements so I can gain 15 pounds.

 

2.   I will participate in weight training and conditioning workouts three times per week. I will not miss a single one. I will accelerate this training during August, September and during the first couple of weeks in October. I will increase my vertical by six inches by the middle of October.

 

3.   I will work on my ball handling and passing skills for at least 20 minutes per day, Monday through Saturday until October. I will not miss a day, even when I have a spring/summer league games.

 

4.   I will shoot at least 500 shots per day Monday through Friday until October. At least 250 of those shots will be off the dribble or specific moves. I will not miss a day, even when I have spring/summer league games.

 

5.   I will not miss any spring/summer league games.

 

6.   I will play in at least one playground or pick-up game per week against better players than I am.

 

7.   I will become a student of the game by being a leader on the floor during summer league games and always will try to outguess the opposition.

 

 

Ÿ  Write down your goals and post it on a wall or door where you have to look at it everyday.