Staenberg Kooper Fellman Campus

Lions Basketball

Members & Non Members, 3rd-8th Grade Boys

We’re looking for LIONS! The JCC Lions Basketball Program emphasizes development through skills, fundamentals and great coaching. The JCC offers a competitive and positive environment in a great facility! ALL ARE WELCOME!

3rd Grade Boys*

Each team will participate in a Fall league through an Omaha area organization. Winter will consist of tournaments only. Games will begin in October. Tournament(s) and games will be scheduled in the Omaha area and played on weekends during the season. *As of Fall 2019

2019-2020 Fall/Winter ROSTERS
Download the 2019-2020 Fall-Winter JCC Lions Roster here.
Rosters and coaches are subject to change.

FALL/WINTER SEASON 2019-2020
August 2019 – March 2020
Member: $350 | Non: $455 | code: 17-003
Uniform fee: $65 (if applicable)

REGISTER BY:

Full payment must be made at time of registration. Fees are determined by the cost of the entire season (August-March). Cost includes weekly practices, coaching fees, open gym time, tournament fees*, and skill clinics*. Uniform is not included – additional uniform fee for new players. *If applicable.

4th – 8th Boys*

Each team will participate in a Fall league through an Omaha area organization. Winter will consist of tournaments only. Games will begin in October. Tournament(s) and games will be scheduled in the Omaha area and played on weekends during the season. *As of Fall 2019

2019-2020 Fall/Winter ROSTERS
Download the 2019-2020 Fall-Winter JCC Lions Roster here.
Rosters and coaches are subject to change.

FALL/WINTER SEASON 2019-2020
August 2019 – March 2020
Returning Member: $625
New Member: $750
Returning Non: $800  |  New Non: $900
Uniform fee: $65 (if applicable)

REGISTER BY:

A deposit of $250 is required at time of registration. Payment Plan or Full Pay options available. Fees are determined by the cost of the entire season (August-March). Cost includes weekly practices, coaching fees, open gym time, tournament fees*, and skill clinics*. Uniform is not included – additional uniform fee for new players. *If applicable.

SEASON
August 2019 – March 2020
Each team will participate in a Fall league through an Omaha area organization. Winter will consist of tournaments only. Games will begin in October. Tournament(s) and games will be scheduled in the Omaha area and played on weekends during the season.

OPEN GYM
Starting September 2019
Players are invited to attend the scheduled open gym times during each week. They have the ability to practice skills individually and with their peers. Open gym time is not structured. It is designed for the players to work on their skill set, interact with their peers and to have FUN.

SPEED & STRENGTH CLINICS
Sundays, Sept.8, 22, 29
3rd-5th Grade Boys & Girls | 3:00-4:00 pm
6th-8th Grade Boys | 4:00-5:00 pm

SKILL CLINICS
Sundays, Oct. 6 & 13
3rd-5th Grade Boys & Girls | 3:00-4:00 pm
6th-8th Grade Boys | 4:00-5:00 pm

Philosophy
Our belief is that individuals improve by being taught fundamental skills and concepts that will make them better players. We stress team play and learning the proper offensive and defensive fundamentals in a positive environment. Teams will play tournament games that will challenge them and help them gain experience. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere where kids can learn basketball; compete and develop a passion and excitement to play the game the right way.

Leadership/Coaching
The JCC Lions coaching staff includes many years of both coaching and playing experience. Leadership and coaching of the program is coordinated by Jonathan Crossley who has over 15 years of coaching experience. The JCC coaching staff is highly qualified and committed to providing the tools for your child to be the best that they can be!

You Belong Here

The Jewish Community Center has been a big part of Omaha for more than eight decades! We opened our doors in 1926 and still, today continue to serve everyone in the community with our state-of-the-art facilities, outstanding programs, and dedicated staff. We’ve been here in the past, we’re here today and we’ll be here tomorrow.