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If your child is between grades 1-8 and looking to improve their skills, make new friends, and engage in friendly competition with players from around the state, then register now for the NJB Winter League!
Registration for the Sequoia chapter of this league is now open at the website. Go to www.sequoianjb.com.
Our chapter provides the following basketball programs:
Girls and boys in first grade through fourth grade will receive high level, high energy, fundamental basketball instruction powered by Team Esface and participate in scrimmage games. Rookies practice and scrimmage one 90-minute session per week for 10 consecutive weeks on Friday evenings from 5:00pm until 6:30pm beginning September 14, 2012 through November 16, 2012.
This is a great program for the beginning player. See Team Esface’s Rookie League highlights from last season.
ROOKIE LEAGUE FEES:
Players participate in a mandatory evaluation in October and are drafted onto a team of 10 players coached by volunteers. Players participate in 2 – 1 hour practices each week beginning the week of October 20, 2012. Teams will play about 9 Sunday games against other Division teams within the NJB Silicon Valley Section, including a playoff tournament, from December 2, 2012 through March 24, 2013. Each player is guaranteed to play 2 of the 5 periods in each game. Some players will be eligible to play in an additional All Stars tournament at the end of the season. Divisional league is comprised of all boy teams and all girl teams. No coed teams.
There are three divisions: third and fourth graders play in Division 3, fifth and sixth graders play in Division 2, and seventh and eighth graders play in Division 1. The number of teams formed depends upon the number of players who register and the availability of local gyms for practices.
ALL NET LEAGUE:
Players participate in a mandatory evaluation in September and are selected to be on a team coached by an AAU or high school level coach. Players participate in a minimum of 2 – 2 hour practices each week beginning the week of October 1, 2012. Teams will play 12 Sunday games against other All Net teams within the NJB Silicon Valley Section, including a playoff tournament, from December 2, 2012 through March 24, 2013. Players are not guaranteed playing time during a game. There will likely be only 4 all boy teams. One for each grade: 5th grade through 8th
DIVISIONAL/ALL NET EVALUATIONS:
All players MUST be registered BEFORE evaluation. Players are only required to attend one evaluation. See website for details regarding the time and location.
DIVISIONAL/ALL NET FEES:
EARLY BIRD (Register on or before September 15, 2012)
Register after September 15, 2012
All Net players will be charged an additional $300.
Highlights from Team Esface’s AAU Season Kickoff held on April 1, 2012 at EPA Academy! Featuring coach introductions, player highlights, and exhibition between coaches.
The Team Esface Fall AAU program ends the season with front row seats to the Stanford Men’s Dunk Contest.
Emcee for the event is Team Esface’s co-founder/coach and former Stanford player Tunde Sobomehin.
Video footage taken by Team Esface’s Dele Sobomehin
Commentary and reactions by Team Esface coaching staff, affiliates and of course, our team esface young aspiring ball players who played team esface FALL AAU ball for September and October.
from the Bulldawgs “Who Got Next?” Tournament, Sept. 24-25
The sixth annual After School Club returns with the Team Esface staff that brings you high-level, high energy training year round. The school year is underway and serious ball players are gearing up for the upcoming basketball season, doing all they can to gain & maintain that edge. This year’s Fundamental Formula and Team Esface Levels system will address all aspects of the game and push every athlete’s game to higher heights. Special welcome to all Team Esface AAU players, Sequoia NJB players and…. any and all devoted ball players on the Peninsula and beyond to come make history with us!!! Hit “Upcoming Events” at the top of this page to sign up!