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HOOPOLOGY CAMP - AUGUST 5, 6, 7 & 8

Ball Handling Camp - Each ball handling session will focus on the athlete becoming quicker and more efficient ball handler, with an emphasis on strengthening the athlete’s weaker hand. We have designed stationary drills, drills on the moves, and drills with defenders. We will test each player on 15 different ball handling skills. This will allow them to check their progress all the way up and through basketball season.

Attack the Rack - Spend 6 hours attacking the basket in this high intensity camp. This camp will focus on utilizing footwork, ball handling, and body position to get by your defender. We will focus on each player becoming more explosive with their crossover moves and getting to the basket faster with less dribbles. Also, we will help each athlete develop a more explosive first step and learn to make the right decision as you finish with a layup, pull up jumper or floater, or pass. Learn moves such as the Euro-step, spin move and powerhop!


Raider Breakfast Club

Summer basketball sessions for players entering grades 2nd-12th. An opportunity for current and future Raiders to work on their individual skills.


Ball-handling Improvement Series

Coach Darrell Sawyer will be hosting a Girls Basketball camp through Community Services.

To Register: https://northfieldschools.org/communityservices/       

 It is called: Girls Basketball Ball-Handling Improvement Series

It runs Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:15 AM to noon in the Northfield High School Gym

June 13-July 18 (no practice July 2nd and 4th)

Class #: 1240-S19A


2019 10,000/5,000 Shot Club Form

The 2019 Shot Club form is available. Get your copy now to prepare for shooting and ball handling skill work this summer. Polishing your shooting form with plenty of repetition, while mastering these challenges/skill, you'll be a few notches ahead for next season.


GIRLS NBA IN THE 2018 DJJD PARADE

Northfield Girls Basketball walked the 1 mile route, carrying a banner, dribbling basketballs and handing out information about NBA.