As an organization and with the guidance of Coach Plum, we strive to provide a high quality basketball program for grades 2-6. We push our players to have fun while improving skills and in-turn level of play, lending itself to more competitive opportunities throughout the year.
Typical tournament schedule, but can be adjusted based on coaches preference:
● Three tournaments between November and December
● Two tournaments between January and February
Winter League through Conqueror or OSA (COVID-19 limitations will determine which league) beginning in January with games on Saturday or Sunday through February.
Coaches for grades 2-6 will be expected to cultivate self-confidence in players as well as skills appropriate for their teams abilities. Players will learn and progress in the game of basketball core abilities and techniques: Dribbling, Passing, and Shooting. Players will gain expertise in other fundamental court awareness activities such as offensive and defensive plays, in-bound plays, referee calls, proper etiquette on and off the court and last but not least have FUN!
COST: $300 Covers reversible jersey, shorts, shooting shirt and certified basketball. In addition, the cost covers the summer of 2021 skill development sessions that will be provided by Coach Plum, new girls high school head coach. More information to come towards the end of the 2021 school year.
PRACTICES: At Fort Calhoun School Gyms - TBD by coaches and directors
GAMES: Played in the Omaha and surrounding areas with tournaments decided by Coaches
SHOES: Players will be required to have “Gym Only” shoes to help protect the courts, no street shoes are allowed for practices at Fort Calhoun’s new gym.
Registration Deadline: October 2st
Please contact the girls' basketball director or high school head coach Marty Plum if you have any questions. You can reach Brett Greenough or Coach Plum by email at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or FCYSO at email@example.com
The purpose of the Fort Calhoun Youth Sports Organization is to create a Youth Sports Program based upon the ideals of good sportsmanship, integrity, and teamwork taught through organized athletic activities. The primary goal is to foster these qualities within each individual child in a positive environment
FCYSO President will be stepping down at the end of 2020. If you are interested in filling one of those positions please contact the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you volunteer as a director it fills your required volunteer hours.
Text/ Email Alerts when Fort Calhoun Ball Fields Are Rained out for FCYSO Events!