Impact Basketball began in 2011 and has quickly become the premier instructional league in Lenawee County. Leagues are set up by grade levels and there are separate divisions for boys and girls. The rules are age appropriate and designed to teach children the game of basketball while keeping it fun and competitive. The season is also filled with great devotions and team times that use the game of basketball to develop life skills from a Biblical perspective. Our end of the season celebrations have featured high energy acts that children love, such as former Harlem Globe Trotter, Seth Franco, national dribbling sensation Tanya Crevier, and national dribbling family, Bruce Crevier with his crew! Celebrations are committed to ministering to children around the country through the game of basketball.
When: Tuesday, February 24th at 6 p.m.
Where: Adrian College Performance Stadium
Impact Basketball players and their families are invited to join us at our Season End Celebration, Tuesday, February 24th at 6 p.m. at the Adrian College Performance Gym!
We are excited to bring back the Crevier family for another year of excitement and entertainment! The entire Crevier family has some amazing basketball and unicycle skills that will WOW everyone from the youngest to oldest members of the family! You will not want to miss to this spectacular night! Basketball players will receive a Season End Gift!
What are the age groups? New for this year teams will be formed by current grade in school instead of by age. We have made this adjustment to better follow basketball standards.
Girls: (Pre-K & K); (1st & 2nd grades); (3rd & 4th grades); (5th & 6th grades) Boys: (Pre-K & K); (1st grade); (2nd grade); (3rd grade); (4th grade); (5th grade); (6th grade)
When is practice? There is NO practice for the Pre-K and Kindergarten during the week. 1st-6th graders will have a one hour practice one night a week. There are no practices scheduled on Wednesdays.
When does the Pre-K and Kindergarten division practice? This division plays only on Saturdays. The first 20 minutes they meet will be a team practice followed by a brief devotional and finishes up with 30 minutes of game play against an opponent.
What does the league cost? $50 early bird price until November 29th. $70 after November 29th. Members receive half off these prices.
What should my child wear to practice? Athletes should wear comfortable shorts or pants, a T-shirt or jersey, and clean athletic shoes.
Where is practice? Practices are at the Centre, the LCS gym, AFCON, Element Church and at some of our partner churches.
When are games? All games are on Saturday mornings and afternoons depending on league size.
Where are games? Games are played at the Centre, the LCS gym, AFCON and at some of our partner churches.
Why do you do evaluations? We do evaluations to ensure teams have athletes of all playing abilities on them. We attempt to make teams as even as possible to ensure a great season for all players.
When are evaluations? Evaluations are on Saturday, December 13th. Evaluations are for athletes in grades 1-6 only. Evaluation Times: 9 a.m., 1st & 2nd grade: 10 a.m., 3rd & 4th grade; 11 a.m., 5th & 6th grade.
Can I make requests for specific coaches or teammates? We do our best to honor all requests, but the fairness and equality of the league comes first. Requests are not guaranteed to be met.
Elem3nt Church @ 1002 West Maple Avenue, Adrian, MI 49221
AFCON – Adrian First Church of the Nazarene @ 50 Industrial Drive, Adrian, MI 49221