Join a team! Grouped by grade and coached by our incredible staff, athletes take on basketball skill challenges, game situation drills, and confidence boosting training, tailored to their age. They learn life skills such as teamwork, problem solving and leadership. We encourage kids to step outside their comfort zone, push themselves beyond their current abilities and stretch their imagination to develop a growth mindset.
- 90-minute practices 2x per week
- 3-4 competitive games per month
- Participate in one charitable and team building event per month
Select Basketball Camp - Boys (Aug 2018)
De La Salle Academy, Richmond Police Activities League and New Hope Church have teamed up for the first ever Level Up Select Basketball Camp. This is an invite only camp. Sponsoring organization invite kids who have demonstrated a visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined, compassionate approach to the world. Basketball athleticism plays only a small part in the selection. Desire and passion to play is critical.
Girls Skills Development Camp ($199) - March through May 2018
The Girls Basketball Skills Development Camp is open to 3rd – 5th grade girls. It’s instructed by current and former Bay Area high school coaches. At the camp, young athletes will learn the most important mental & physical fundamentals she needs to succeed on and off the court.
Sept & Oct Practice Schedule & Cost
|Team||Practice Day||Practice Time||Season Cost|
|2nd Boys||Monday||5-6:30||$499 Full Year|
- No games or practices in August
- Price does not include a uniform ($98)
- All practices are at New Hope Academy in Concord
- Games are held on Saturday and Sunday at local gyms. There are 8 games in a season for 5th-8th grades (September to October)
Coach Flitter emphasized academics and life off the court. In fact, he rewarded being a good citizen as much as he rewarded being a strong basketball player.
We chose Coach Flitter because of his positive-mentor coaching philosophy which is the centerpiece of all that he does.
Coach Flitter focuses on some of the most critical yet often overlooked aspects of youth basketball – integrity, fair play, sportsmanship and positive attitude.
I truly believe your program is a vital source to combine basketball, community and kindness. You make a difference to many young men.
Coach Flitter talked about what each player did that helped the team and/or how the player had developed or used a particular skill in that game or practice and he encouraged the teammates to do the same.