Girls Basketball Registration
Coming Soon: Camps, Clinics and Leagues! Stay tuned for more exciting news. AAU Teams will reconvene next season.
Ballyhoo Club AAU Basketball is coached under the direction of Kevin Bankos.
Our AAU basketball season runs from March-July (depending on age group). Practices will be two times a week with tournaments on the weekends.
Ballyhoo Club Basketball emphasizes teaching the game of basketball, whether you are trying to get to the college level or improve to be more competitive, along with access to the whole package of conditioning and training geared towards basketball, offering you a one stop shop in enhancing your skills and conditioning! We can help you become an overall better player!
We focus on teaching the fundamentals of basketball along with getting you into great shape for this sport. Come join our Crew, build confidence, make new friendships, get in shape and improve your skills for the game!
We provide opportunities for the beginner to the Division 1 college athlete.
- U8 – U10: $550*
- U11 – U13: $650*
- U14 – U17: $825*
There is a $100 non-refundable registration fee. $50.00 is applied to the players fee.
*Payment plans and fundraising options available. Cost of uniform not included.
Player Fees for Ballyhoo Include:
- Two practices per week
- Five – six tournaments per season (based on age group)
- Twelve month membership to Heritage Hills Athletic Club
- Sports Clinics
- Skills Training
- Character Development
- Discounts on Sports Performance Training
- First Class Passport to Perks Membership (a $30 value/month!)
- Players age 11 and under receive two, 30 minute classes per week for eight weeks (Classes cover speed, agility and conditioning training)
For more information, contact Kevin Bankos at (717) 757-4833 or Donna Bankos at (717) 880-7389. Please contact Donna if you are interested in registering for the team.
Girls Coaching Staff:
- Kevin Bankos
- Mike Weaver
- Cheryl Land
- Donna Bankos
- Ashton Bankos
- John Duchek
- Dave Salter
- Paul Pugh
- Sue Reed
- Jim Kunkle