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HIGHLAND HOOPS BASKETBALL SEASON 2019-2020

Welcome parents, coaches, players and friends of Highland Hoops! 

All information you’ll need for the season should be contained within this website, including:

-Team rosters

-Schedule of games and practices

-Gym assignments on a given game night

Throughout the season should inclement weather be a factor, communication will occur via Sport Engine (which powers this website), as well as our Facebook page (see link below and "Like" if you haven't yet). Also, we encourage you to download the Sport Engine application on your Smart Phone.

Reminder:

  • Tuesday Game Nights:  Game times will vary each week with a start time of either 5:30 pm, 6:20 pm, or 7:10 pm.  As always we try to minimize the weeks where our younger players have the 7:10 pm start time, no more than 50% of the games will be played by any team at the 7:10 time.  Dec 10, 17, Jan 7, 21, 28, Feb 4, 11, 25.
  • Saturday Morning Practice:  All practices will be approximately 1 hour in length and start at 8:30 am for all Girls, 9:30 am for K-1 Boys, and 10:30 am for Boys 2-3.  Practice times will remain the same for each team for the entire season.   Dec 14, 21, 15, Jan 11, 18, 25, Feb 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
  • Season Length:  The 2019-20 Highland Hoops Basketball Season will begin on Tuesday, December 10th and run through Saturday, February 29th. 
  • Location:  Nativity School

 

And don’t forget to visit and thank your sponsors (below) early and often!


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Highland Hoops

Registration is CLOSED

Our registration for the 2019-2020 season is now closed as we have hit our caps for each division.

 

SportsEngine Account

If you are new the using the SportsEngine platform, you will need to create an account in order to register.  If you already have an existing account from another site/club/organization that uses SportsEngine, you will use that to register.

Highland Hoops

The goal of Highland Hoops Basketball League is to foster skill development, teamwork, and self-confidence through the use of simple, easily repeatable basketball drills. The basketball drills were originally designed by Nick Buri, previous Varsity Boy’s basketball coach at Trinity High School, and are intended to be performed by children with and without experience with the game.

Sponsored by Dicks Sporting Goods

Dicks Sporting Goods

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Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc. is an authentic full-line sporting goods retailer offering a broad assortment of brand name sporting goods equipment, apparel and footwear in a specialty store environment.  There are SIX locations around the Twin Cities for all of your sporting goods needs.

Sponsored by Highland Bank

Highland Bank

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Founded in 1943, Highland Bank is an independent, family owned, community bank focused on building mutually beneficial relationships with small and mid-size businesses.  The official bank of the H2BL.  

Sponsored by Casper and Runyons Nook

Casper and Runyons Nook

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A Saint Paul landmark of deliciousness.  If you have not had a Nook burger in the past month, stop reading and go NOW!

Sponsored by Casper and Runyons Shamrocks

Casper and Runyons Shamrocks

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The big brother/sister to the Nook.  Same great burgers ,but a bigger venue often with live music.  If you have 5 people who need a burger, go to the Nook or come here.  If you have 15 people head straight to Shamrocks!