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SBA House League - Boys & Girls

The SBA House League is a recreational league that focuses on “grassroots” programs for boys and girls ages 4 to 17.
Once players are assigned to a team, the league offers games held either Saturday morning or afternoon.

The objectives of the House League program are to:

• Teach basketball progressively with an emphasis on individual skills and team play.
• Teach the characteristics of learning basketball; build character; develop friendships and having fun.
• Train and develop volunteers to become coaches, referees and convenors.

SBA Little League ages 4 to 6, Small Ball ages 7 and 8

The Little League &  Small Ball programs are based on introducing the fundamentals of basketball (dribbling, shooting and passing) via instruction, fun drills and games. It is a co-ed class where the instructors will teach the children with a great amount of positive reinforcement. Although there will be games played after the instructional part for the morning has concluded, the games will not be competitive in nature. Scores and standings are not kept. The games will be used to solidify and reinforce the skills that have been taught previously and the skills that were taught that day. On the last week every participate will receive an award.

Program Goals

[1] To promote the importance of quality physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle.

[2] To ensure every participant has fun while learning social interactive skills and basketball fundamentals in a positive environment.

[3] To introduce a basketball skills program which encourages individual improvement, fosters the co-operative aspects of team play and promotes the ethics of fair play.

[4] To educate the players about the value of sport and its application to life skills.

Programs available

• Co-ed Little League ages 4 - 6 • Co-ed Small Ball ages 7 & 8  • Girls - Novice/Atom/Major Atom ages 9 - 11
• Girls - Bantam/Major Bantam/Midget ages 12 - 15 • Boys - Novice age 9 • Atom age 10 • Major Atom age 11
• Bantam age 12 • Major Bantam age 13 • Midget age 14 • Senior Boys ages 15 - 17

Convenors

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Convenor: Kareem Granger

Kareem has been involved in the game of Basketball for the last 20 years and has been the Convener for the SBA Girls House League program for the last 2 years. The environment he fosters is one that teaches confidence, respect, a good attitude, responsibility, team and community. The program he designs also provides individual players with an opportunity to be challenged and perform at a high level, if that is their goal.

Kareem is a full Level 1 NCCP trained coach who’s most recent achievements include winning an Ontario Basketball Silver Medal as assistant coach of the SBA Blues Bantam Girls Rep Team.

As a Convener and Coach, his goal is to instill the love of the game and the fun of sport and staying active within each of the players in the program, as well as teach the values of team work, practice and consistency.

Convenor: Grafton Hope

Grafton has over 25 years experience as a basketball coach and has been with SBA for over 11 years. He holds a diploma in Recreation and Leisure Serivces, is a Board certified referee, and has a lifelong dedication to health, fitness and well-being.

Convenor: Taylor Bies

Taylor joined the SBA House League and REP programs when she was only 6. She continued to play for the SBA until she graduated High School.

Currently, Taylor has completed her ECE and is pursuing her education in Early Childhood Education & teaching.

Taylor is currently working for GRASP a morning and after school program. She still continues to play basketball in a men's league.

Convenor: Stewart Kerr

As a small ball convenor, Stewart hasbeen part of the SBA team for over 5 years and is very dedicated to the SBA programs. He is the convenor for the ages 7 and 8 for boys and girls small ball program.

His current occupation is a School Social Worker in the Toronto District School Board. Along with being an SBA convenor, Stewart is also the SBA Tournament Director, and has been a Blues Coach in the five years he has been with us. In 2007 he was also the head coach of the Blues U15 Boys when they we pronounced Division 1 Provincial Champions.

Besides being part of SBA team, from 2003 - 2005, Stewart was an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach for the University at Buffalo and for D'Youville College
from 2001 - 2003. But before any of these successes, Stewart was a Men's Basketball Player himself at D'Youville College for four years.

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