The cutest dribblers!
Working hard at free throw technique
Coach Holton gives the campers some encouragement.
Future LEB stars are spending the week in the gym stepping up their game. Week one is underway now, but there is still time to sign up for week 2! Scroll down for info and the registration link.
Etowah Boys Varsity with UGA Coach Mark Fox
Varsity boys won 5 games while only losing 1 at the UGA team camp. JV boys go undefeated in camp for the second weekend in a row, and JV2 played hard and showed their stuff.
Our hoops crew knows that putting in the work this summer can lead to big results this winter!
Alex Carroll and Dylan Bohling
Alex Carroll and Bryce Dotson
Nick Nagy, Carter Ingersoll and Desmond Gamble
Boys Youth Summer Camp
Session 1: closed
Session 2: June 26-30 9am - 3pm daily
$170 per week with discounts for multiple weeks and multiple family members
Daily competitions and awards * Thursday awards ceremony recognizing outstanding campers from the entire week * Weekly competitions will include free-throws, 1/1, 3/3, 5/5, and various shooting competitions.
You can now register online or click the pdf link to print, complete and mail the registration form with payment. Payment may also be made the first day of camp, but please mail registration form to save your spot! Concession will be available or campers can pack a lunch.
Etowah players went 4-1 at the Georgia Tech Varsity camp
This is how Etowah Eagles Hoops cheer for their teammates on the floor! Just as excited as if they were getting minutes and buckets!!!!
The Varsity team at Georgia Tech with new Team Manager Josh Stephenson
Cohen channels Michael Jackson as Ingersoll and True play on
Bryce Dotson, Colby Milton and Dylan Bohling
June 19-22 (main gym) or June 26-29 (aux gym)
Rising 1st - 9th grades eligible
Girls will work with Etowah HS players while practicing fundamentals and improving skills. Lunch provided daily and each registered camper receives a t-shirt.
See the attached flyer for payment and registration details. Click the link to print the registration form and waiver.
Next month, Etowah High School will petition the Cherokee County School Board to approve Jason Dasinger to serve as the head coach of its boys basketball program. The board is set to consider the personnel change at its June 15 meeting.
Dasinger, the 2017 Class 6A Region 7 Coach of the Year, has spent the last decade as a basketball coach and AP government teacher. This past year, his first as head coach for Alpharetta High School’s boys’ team, he led them to tie the school record for wins (25-4) and win the prestigious Deep South Classic and Region Championships, a turnaround from the previous season’s 10-18 record.
During his previous tenure coaching at Pope High School, the boys’ team made the state playoffs for five consecutive years. In addition to coaching basketball at Pope, Coach Dasinger also served as head softball coach and head golf coach.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming Coach Dasinger to Eagle Mountain,” Superintendent of Schools Brian V. Hightower said, noting that Coach Dasinger plans to lead basketball camps this summer to get to know the team and future players. “He brings with him experience on the court and in the classroom and a passion for coaching students to succeed in both arenas.”
A graduate of Lassiter High School and the University of Georgia, Dasinger and his wife, Chelsea, live in Woodstock and have two daughters, Emma, 4, and Piper, 1.
Registration is now open for the for the 2017 -2018 season. This registration is for rising 9th-12th grade players as well as Jr. Eagles players (rising 4th-8th grade players). Any player who wishes to play basketball must register online. As in years past, payment of player dues this season will be through an invoice system. If you have not created a SportsEngine Account, you must do so first. Additional information is available on the registration page.
Click the link above to register
The hard work and mental toughness that have been preached all season came to fruition Friday night as the Eagles barreled over Cherokee 62-47 for the program's first region championship.
January 20th was all about the class of 2017 as we celebrated their accomplishments on and off the basketball court. Read a little about each one in the "Meet the Team" tab.
Class of 2017 (back row): CJ Pleasant, Lexi Palazzo, Kelly Skinner, Hayden Neal, Kam Hickey (middle): Julianne Cantwell, Mallorie Rollins, Trevis Griffin, Brittany Tullis, Amberlee Collins, Lewis Simonson (seated): Mikayla Miles, JJ Edwards, Tori Heck
Future Board Meeting dates and times will be posted here.
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