The Mile High Centennials is a SKILLS FIRST youth basketball club that offers unique, drop-in group basketball training clinics for players looking to improve their individual skills and fundamentals. These high-energy training clinics focus on skills and player development and are emphasized through challenging fundamentals drills within a fun, competitive setting. The skills clinics are highly structured, and typically run betwween 1-2 hours long. Youth basketball players wanting to drop-in and train must first REGISTER.
Parents are often misled to believe that team competition is the only way youth basketball players will get better. Sure, there is much to be learned from a team environment, but the most dramatic improvements will come from individual skills training. Here are 3 BIG reasons why individual skills & drills training is a must-have supplement to any competitive team play.
Player Evaluations (tryouts) for Mile High Centennials basketball teams competing in the 2014 JAM Fall League, which runs from September 7th to October 19th, are conducted during any of the club's training sessions.
The first, official action of the Mile High Centennials basketball club will be the 2014 J.A.M. Spring League. The first, official boys team will compete at the 7th grade NIT level, the lower of two skill levels (NCAA being the upper), which still offers up ample competition. J.A.M. may be new to the club, but it is quite familiar to the Centennials coaching staff.
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