The Alberta based ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA YOUTH BASKETBALL CLUBS (AYBC) has been established as a representative body of youth basketball clubs in Alberta. The Association was formed to enhance and promote the development of elite athletes through club basketball organizations.
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Wolverines Wheelchair Sports Association sports are open to everybody of all abilities. We also do equipment loan programs and school disability awareness programs.
Our season runs from Oct to Mar and is available to any ladies ages 16 and up. Our main purpose is for ladies to come out and have fun playing the game of basketball with old and new friends.
780-354-2189 firstname.lastname@example.orgContact: Kathy Lambert
8-week program in January - February for children in grades 3-6, coached by Senior Girls' Basketball Team
Grande Prairie Regional College, 106 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB(780) email@example.comContact: Barb Schmyrwww.gprc.ab.ca/athletics/community/clubs/basketball.html
Wolves Club has been a local staple for many years in the community and fits right into the basketball development model of GPRC Basketball. A fun, learning environment surrounded by outstanding coaches is what we offer with our program.
Grande Prairie Regional College(780) 539-2904 firstname.lastname@example.orgContact: Evan Lloydwww.gprc.ab.ca/athletics/teams/men/basketball/index.html
Grande Prairie Regional College, 106 Avenue, Grande Prairie, AB(780) email@example.comContact: Barb Schmyrwww.gprc.ab.ca/athletics/clubs/basketball/minor_bball.html
GPRC Wolves Athletics is pleased to welcome you to a fall session of Wolves Minor Basketball. With 6 sessions in the season, the program is for kids 5 – 13 years of age (by December 31, 2019) and runs September 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, October 6th and October 20th. Sessions will be on Sundays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Participants are broken up into age groups to provide greater opportunities for more individualized skill acquisition.
Grande Prairie Regional College (780) 539-2019BBradley@gprc.ab.caContact: Bill Bradleywww.gprc.ab.ca/athletics/teams/women/basketball/index.html
The premier basketball club in GP area. Specializing in skill development & athlete goal attainment.
The Northern Energy Basketball Club is made up of players from the Grande Prairie region and is part of the Association of Alberta Youth Basketball Clubs.
Head Coach: Ally Pilgrim
“Our mission is to develop the Peace Country Thunder players’ basketball fundamentals and life skills to give them educational opportunities, and to allow them to play at the highest level of competition available.”
We accept players from all over the peace Country. Ranging as far as Valleyview east and savanna up north!
We developed Swan City Basketball because we are all parents of very active children here in Grande Prairie. We wanted to introduce our kids and others to the game of basketball. As a result, Swan City Basketball aims to expose children and youth to the game of basketball in a safe, positive, fun and inclusive environment! It is our goal, our kids and yours grow to the love the game of basketball the same way that we do!
At Triple Threat Basketball, we will provide the best in training in an environment that exceeds the athletes expectations. We have created a place where hard working, motivated, and competitive basketball players with positive attitudes can train and compete with each other on a regular basis to achieve their basketball goals. To further this, we maintain these objectives:
• To promote a passion and respect for the game of Basketball
• To teach, train and focus on the fundamentals of Basketball
• To encourage and develop self confidence
• To provide a high energy atmosphere
Triple Threat Basketball is geared toward players that are motivated and serious about competing at the highest levels of high school, college, and university.