Jenks Trojan Hoops Basketball
Jenks Trojan Hoops Basketball is open for registration at Sportabase.com! Registration is open from September 13th to October 8th, 2021. Learn basketball skills, team play and have fun this fall with Trojan Hoops! Players have the unique opportunity to compete against Indian Nations Basketball Conference teams from area schools. The INBC provides area youth with the opportunity to experience the great game of basketball in select and recreational divisions to provide a competitive and safe atmosphere.
For recreational teams, Trojan Hoops is open to boys and girls in grades 1st through 10th attending Jenks Public Schools. Select teams, which are chosen and organized by coaches, are for in-District and out-of-district 3rd through 7th grade boys and girls. Practices start in early November and games run from December through the end of February.
Often, we are faced with the problem of having more children register than we have teams with coaches. For JT Hoops to succeed, we need YOU! Every team will need coaches, assistant coaches, co-coaches team parents, etc. Please consider volunteering your time to our young athletes especially if you have a gift or talent that you can share.
Jenks Trojan Hoops Basketball Spring 2022
Jenks Trojan Hoops will be offered in the Spring of 2022 with registration opening in February 2022. The Spring season is offered so children can continue developing their basketball skills, enjoying team play and having fun. Registration is closed. Practices start in April and games will be played in April and May. All practices and games will be held in Jenks Public Schools gyms. Watch here for more information.
Click here for a 2021 Spring Hoops flyer for more information.
Click here for a 2021 Frequently Asked Questions flyer.
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