Winter Trainings

Girls with Coach Riley


No Drop-In’s – Must Pre-Register

Last Winter Training is February 26th


Register Here


THURSDAYS at Briarcrest

4:00-5:30pm All Grades


Boys with Coach Marques and Staff


No Drop-In’s – Must Pre-Register

Last Winter Training is February 26th


February Training


MONDAYS at Calvary

4:30-5:30pm All Grades


TUESDAYS at Briarcrest 

4:30-5:30pm 3rd through 6th

5:30-6:30pm 7th through HS


WEDNESDAYS at Briarcrest

4-5pm 3rd through 6th

5-6pm 7th through HS


THURSDAYS at Calvary

4:30-5:30pm 3rd through 6th

5:30-6:30pm 7th through HS



Calvary Christian Assembly

6801 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115


Briarcrest Elementary

2715 N.E. 158th, Shoreline, WA 98155


Spring Season Tryouts

Returning Winter players required to tryout for Spring

One tryout required to make team, both encouraged

Registration Required, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

More info under TEAMS tab - Spring Tryouts


Lakeside Middle School

13510 1st Ave. NE - Seattle, WA 98125


Sunday, March 1st


3rd to 6th: 10:00-11:30am

7th to HS: 11:30-1:00pm


3rd to 6th: 1:00-2:30pm

7th to 8th: 2:30-4:00pm

HS: 4:00-5:30pm


Tuesday, March 3rd


3rd to 6th: 6:30-7:45pm

7th to 8th: 7:45-9:00pm


Wednesday, March 4th


HS: 6:30-8pm


Thursday, March 5th


3rd to 6th: 6:30-7:45pm
7th to HS: 7:45-9:00pm 


Questions? Contact Dave at

Winter Camps


Boys and Girls Grades 2nd through 8th

Space is limited, sign up today!

MLK Day Camps have been cancelled


Presidents Camps:


February 16-17


Ballard Boys & Girls Club

Both Days Register       One Day Register


February 17


Concordia Lutheran School

Register Here


February 16-17

Edmonds Area

Registration Soon!




Hoopaholics Welcome

Hoopaholics is Hooked on Hoops!
The difference is our coaching!
Value and teach the details of the game
Care about their players and their successes
Years of coaching with Hoopaholics
High School Varsity level coaches
We offer many programs to fit your players' 
goals: trainings, camps, and teams.
Opportunites for all skill levels!
Questions? Call Dave: 206-795-0687
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For Mailed payment, NEW PO Box:
PO BOX 77688
Seattle, WA 98177

HoopaScoop of the Week



"Most players, even lazy ones, give the impression they are ready to play good defense during the first five seconds of any defensive play. Most of them have been drilled enough that they are even willing to turn and block out the man they are guarding.  As a result, any shot taken after only one pass is likely to be well defended and followed by five men blocking out for the rebound. What could be easier? Two to five seconds on defense, no cuts to guard, no man to chase, no screens to go through or over, no fakes to worry about. One pass from the point guard to the side, and the shot goes up.


It should be obvious, when you think about this, that the first-pass shot should be refused -- even if it is a good shot -- so that the same shot can be taken later when each defender is not in a position to block out and immediately fast break.  The percentages favor that refusal. Very very seldom is the first-pass shot rebounded by the offensive team."


-Excerpt from STUFF! good players should know by Dick Devenzio

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