High School Boys Basketball Tryouts 2017

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Tryouts for the high school boys’ teams will begin on Friday November 3, 2017.   This date is set by the OHSAA and is the first day for coaches to begin practice with teams.  In order for your son to tryout he must have competed all information in Miamisburg’s Final Forms and have a completed physical.  Failure to complete Final Forms or have a physical on file with the athletic department will deem your son ineligible for tryouts.

Please Note:  Athletes are to attend all tryouts unless their Fall Sport is in competition (playoffs).

There will be separate tryouts for Varsity, JV, and Freshman.

Times and locations will be determined at a later date.

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2017 Basketball Camp Roundup

Team Above Self Basketball Camp concluded on June 9, 2017

Nearly 120 boys attended the annual Miamisburg Team Above Self basketball camp during the week of June 5th – 9th.  The 5 day camp featured fundamental training, games, and guest speakers.  At the conclusion of camp each player received a t-shirt, water bottle, and a basketball.  Thank you to all of the parents that allowed their sons to work with us this week.  The future of Miamisburg basketball is bright!

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Adam Giles a two-time Vikings captain and current Wright State Raider talks to the campers about the importance of hard work and being a great teammate.