Youth Basketball Summer Program, Illinois Attack, Registration Announced by Supreme Courts Basketball
Supreme Courts Basketball announces limited registrations for the Illinois Attack Girls and Boys Teams youth basketball program. For players interested in training and playing with professionals
Supreme Courts Basketball announces the availability of the last few seats for their Youth Basketball Summer Program, Illinois Attack. Limited registrations are still open for the Attack Elite Training Program, Attack Boys and Girls Summer Camps and Illinois Attack Girls and Boys Team Tryouts.
Young basketball players interested in joining the Attack Elite summer training program receive individual skill training, participating in 60-minute training sessions with professional coaches focused on improving their basketball skills. You will also participate in Team Building Conditioning Performance Training, a 60-minute session designed to improve athleticism, strength, conditioning and team building. The team building training is conducted by experienced Fitness Freedom trainers at the Supreme Court premises.
Youth basketball players still looking forward to summer camp can attend the Illinois Attack Summer Camps for boys in grades 3 through 9, with some spots available as the program begins July 25, 2022. The registration fee for this camp is $175 and is led by Coach Tyson Chapman.
The Illinois Attack Summer Camp for Girls Grades 3-9 also offers the last chance for teenage girls basketball players to take advantage of the few remaining spots at camp, with the program beginning July 18, 2022 for a $125 registration fee. This camp is run by Josh Towle.
The Illinois Attack Girls program is known for its advanced skill development, game skill improvement, and tryouts for the upcoming season beginning August 4, 2022. 3rd through 8th graders may show up for the tryout after paying the $25 registration fee.
The Illinois Attack Boys tryouts for next season are scheduled to begin August 1, 2022 from 3rd through 8th graders and August 7, 2022 for players from 9th through 12th graders. Registration fees for both grade levels are $25. All other pricing details for additional seasons can be viewed on the Supreme Courts Basketball official website.
Youth basketball players interested in learning more about the summer programs, registration details and any remaining spots for the Illinois Attack teams can visit the Supreme Courts Basketball website at https://www.supremecourtsbasketball.com/.
A Supreme Court basketball coach described the high school summer training programs as “I’ve seen firsthand on our summer programs how attention to detail and the ease of hosting a child can have a positive impact on their confidence. I find great satisfaction in skill development, coaching and other related fields because I get to see the children improve, mature and achieve their goals. I enjoy watching children develop athletic skills.”
He added, “These young athletes will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to outperform their rivals in basketball games, with the opportunity to play in collegiate sports and even go pro in a professional environment.”
About Supreme Courts
Based in Chicago Supreme Courts is one of the city’s most trusted and respected professional basketball venues with a state-of-the-art gymnasium. Currently, the facilities consist of large, full-fledged courts designed primarily for tournaments. In addition, the Supreme Courts are also the battlefield for many youth basketball teams that compete in various tournaments each year. The court has received recognition for offering top-notch facilities for young basketball players who want to play professionally.
Supreme Courts Basketball
888 Frontenac Street Aurora, Illinois 60504
Telephone: (630) 340-4645
E-mail: [email protected]
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