WELCOME!. JCats 2012/2013 Program. The JCats are the approved feeder program for Libertyville High School. Scott Bogumil LHS Varsity Coach. JCats Goal:
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Scott Bogumil High School.
LHS Varsity Coach
JCats Goal: High School.
Our goal is to deliver to the LHS Freshman team 20 boys that have developed fundamentally sound offensive and defensive skills, court awareness, sportsmanship and community affairs involvement.
JCats Coaching Priorities High School.:
Emphasis on Developing Good Shooters High School.
Develop Sound Fundamentals: High School.
Emphasize a simple, attacking offensive plan. High School.
To instill a competitive nature in the boys… Teach them they need to work hard in order to improve.
To teach the boys to compete to win. they need to work hard in order to improve.
Our Coaches program.
8BHeadGrant Vander Ark
Asst. Hutch Herschenbach
Our Website: program.
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Improved Competition program.
Only 5 program.th and 6th grade teams will travel to the Dells tournament in February.
A and B teams to be determined after the first 4 practices.
New Big Brother Program program.
LHS players act as big brothers to a JCat team.
LHS Ball Boy Program program.
5th Grade boys are ball boys at Varsity games
More combined practices (A & B teams), more emphasis on each team being one team of 20 players
PROGRAM COST - $390.00 team being one team of 20 players
PRACTICE DAYS – TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
PRACTICE LOCATIONS – LHS Courts AND LSC (Grade Schools?)
# OF GAMES – APPROXIMATELY 35 (INCLUDING TOURNAMENTS)
MATTO AWARD team being one team of 20 players
Presented after each game and as an overall award at the end of the year.
In honor of the late Matt Heldman for his never ending hustle.
Matt was an LHS and University Of Illinois player.
A matto award is given for each game and a year-end Matto award winner is named.
Expectations of JCat Boys team being one team of 20 players:
Expectations of JCat parents: team being one team of 20 players
2012-2013 COMMITTEES: team being one team of 20 players
Tournaments: Brad Richardson
Scheduling: Jim Harvey & Brian Aquadro
Fundraising: Paula Fortini
Community Affairs: Kathy Hohner
Finance: Anne Fowkes
We need volunteers!
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS team being one team of 20 players
KATHY HOHNER - DIRECTOR
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JCat Advisory Board Members: November 9
Questions and Answers November 9