Copyright © 2009 JC Ballers Basketball Program. All Rights Reserved.
JC Ballers 2014
Weekly fundamental training, agility workouts and game competition play is projected to begin March 23rd, 2014. Please visit often for exact start dates and times of play for both girls and boys workouts, as well as their respective age group categories.
Play will continue throughout the Spring and Summer into early Fall. There is NO TRYOUT necessary to play and learn. All girls and boys in the respective age groups participating are invited and accepted.
Competitive elite team play is filling up rapidly. Our 16U girls team (winners of four tournament championships as a 15U team in 2013), and our 17U boys team are in the process of completing their respective rosters.
Please contact Coach Chuck Mack at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a serious interest in playing with either team.
Coach Chuck Mack
A Message from Coach Mack (12/3/2014):
Players and parents:
I would like you to know how thankful I am of your support and participation in the JC Ballers these past 12 months. At this time of year, as always, I wish you a "Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukah" and a Peaceful and Blessed 2015. I have attached one of the many notes and texts and emails I receive each year because I believe it is the essence of what our young men and young women are as JC Ballers. While we have Division 1 players and many future college bound players presently playing, what we truly have are the hard working, humble, appreciative players that make great adults for our future. I want to offer a special "Thanks" to our coaches that have always volunteered their precious time to be in the gym up to 5 times a week in the Summer, namely Coach Frank, Coach 'G', Coach Mike and Coach Carl. My gratitude is great. And lastly to the players, who are reflected in the personal letter attached. I believe all of your hard work has directly gone into your successes, both on and off the court. I ask that all of you players be proud of your efforts and more importantly be happy with yourselves. "You are all very good young people, something that will transcend the teams you make, the scholarships you garner and the points you score. You will be the adults some day that make everyone's life a little better in this world."
Coach Chuck Mack