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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Streaks Spring & Summer Basketball

Streaks Girls Basketball
Register Based On Next Year’s Grade Level

Offensive Skills Academy           (Grades in 2015-6)                       
Focus on individual offensive skills such as shooting, passing, and dribbling.
Grades 2-6         April 12, 14, 19, 23         5:30-6:45pm      Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)
Grades 7-9         April 12, 14, 19, 23         6:45-8:00pm     Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)

Team Academy               (Grades in 2015-6)           
Focus on building team skills and building offense used at GHS.                 
Grades 7-9        May 3, 5, 11, 13, 17, 20     6:30-8:00pm         Thiel Gym

Streaks Camp                                                 (Grades in 2015-6)
Grades 2-6        June 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18     11:00-12:30   Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)

Grades 7-8        June 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18     9:30- 11:00am        Thiel Gym

Grades 9-10      June 1, 2, 3                                     5:00-6:30pm  Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)
                          June 8, 9, 10, 11                            12:30-2:00pm Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)
                          June 16, 18, 23                              9:00-10:30am          Thiel Gym

Grades 11-12    June 1, 2, 3, 5                                3:15-5:15pm    Fieldhouse (North of Football Field)
                          June 8, 9, 10, 11                            7:30-9:30am            Thiel Gym
                          June 16, 18, 23                             7:30-9:00am             Thiel Gym

Summer League (Grades in 2015-6)            Tuesday & Thursday Evenings in Galesburg
Open to girls who will be in 7-12 grade—players must be attending Streaks Camp. JH age=$15, HS age work scoring. Team assignments will be given first day of Streaks Camp, no practices required.



Name___________________________________________________________Phone____________________

Address_______________________________City/Zip_______________________Email________________

Grade in 2015-6________ School will Attend_____________________________________________

T-Shirt Size- ____XXL    ____ XL       _____L       ______M     ______S    ____YL   (T-shirt for Streaks Campers only)

Grade School Options (2015-6—2nd-6th)
_____ Offensive Skills $30 _____ Streaks Camp $70 _____ Both Off Skills/Streaks Camp  $90
Junior High Options (2015-6—7th-8th)
______Off. Skills $30 ____ Team Academy $40     _____ Streaks Camp   $70 ______JH League $15
______ Enroll in all- Off. Skills/Team Academy/Streaks Camp/League $110
Rising 9th Graders Options (2015-6   9th Graders)
______Off. Skills $30 ____ Team Academy $40       ______ Streaks Camp   $70 ______League $15
______ Enroll in all- Off. Skills/Team Academy/Streaks Camp/League $110
High School Option (2015-6   10-12th   Graders)
_____ Streaks Camp   $70 _____ League (Work)
  (FAMILY RATE- First child full rate, other children at half-rate.)
In and for the consideration of my daughter’s participation in the Streaks Academy, Streaks’ Camp and/or the Galesburg Summer League, I hereby agree and promise that I will not hold District #205, Streaks Camp, Galesburg Summer League, or the staffs responsible for any loss, damage, or personal injuries or illnesses that she may receive as a result of participation. In addition, I acknowledge I have insurance to cover medical expenses of my daughter. I grant permission for her to participate.
Parent or Guardian’s Signature ___________________________________________
Phone during Camp Hours_________________________________

Return to: Coach Evan Massey,  1535 N.Prairie St., Galesburg, Illinois 61401. Make checks payable to Streaks Basketball. If you have any questions emass70@yahoo.com  

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Kobe Bryant's View of AAU Basketball

LOS ANGELES -- Kobe Bryant believes European basketball players are more skillful than American basketball players, and says it's a growing trend that can be blamed on the greed and coaching at the AAU level.
"I just think European players are just way more skillful," Bryant said Friday night after the Los Angeles Lakers109-106 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. "They are just taught the game the right way at an early age. ... They're more skillful. It's something we really have to fix. We really have to address that. We have to teach our kids to play the right way."

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Galesburg in 1960's

Jim Wyman gave a tremendous introduction for Roger Coleman into the GHS Athletic Hall of Fame. I don't think I have heard a more impressive HOF speech than Jim's. The speech gives a great description of Roger but it is a sociology lesson on the role of radio, small towns and sports in the 1960's. It is MUST READING----

Roger Coleman Hall of Fame Speech

            It is an honor for me to represent the former employees of WGIL Radio who worked for Roger Coleman between 1954 and 1976 and to induct Roger Coleman into the Galesburg High School Hall of Fame as a “Friend GHS Athletics.”  This is a happy day for all of us who worked with Roger when he was general manager of WGIL.
            Roger Coleman is all Galesburg all the time.  He was born at St. Mary’s Hospital in Galesburg on November 27th, 1930.  His father, Haven Coleman, was the first basketball coach at Corpus Christi High School in Galesburg.  Haven Coleman was also an athletic director, who had worked at Wheaton College,Western Illinois University and at Hedding College in Abingdon until becoming sick with encepalitis and becoming an invalid.  Haven Coleman died in 1939.
            Roger loved two things in life:  sports and radio.  Although not a gifted athlete, he did run track for Galesburg High School and spent a lot of time watching the great football and basketball teams of C. C. Van Dyke and Gerald Phillips. 

Friday, December 5, 2014

Mattoon loses to Mt. Zion

MOUNT ZION—Mattoon’s girls’ basketball team dropped its Apollo Conference opener to Mount Zion in overtime Thursday 54-49.
Avery Jackson led the Lady Wave with 13 points and four steals.
Abe Lee had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds.
Sierra Thompson grabbed 15 rebounds.
Mattoon falls to 2-4 and travels to Marshall for a non-conference game Saturday.

Sycamore over Sterling

SYCAMORE – Sometimes, a team is just hot.
The Sterling girls basketball team faced such a team Tuesday night, as Sycamore knocked down eight 3-pointers in a 52-32 win.
“We just got beat by a great team today,” Sterling coach Ryan Vasquez said. “It’s a team that’s in sync right now. They were playing well together today, and they hit some big-time shots.
“When you’re knocking down shots like that, it’s a good thing on their part and a bad thing on ours we need to fix. Kudos to them.”

U-High over Prairie Central

Two teams in our King Tourney...

University High School's girls basketball team capitalized on a number of early turnovers to race to a 17-2 first-quarter lead en route to a 63-40 Corn Belt Conference win over Prairie Central on Thursday night at Normal.
"Defensively, we came out with a lot of intensity and had a few easy, layup baskets as a result," said U High coach Laura Sellers.
Chante Stonewall scored 15 points while pulling down eight rebounds and dishing out five assists to lead the Pioneers (5-1, 2-0). Amber Nanni also scored 15 points for the Pioneers.
Linnea Johnson had 11 points for Prairie Central.

Lincoln over Jacksonville

Lincoln 56, Jacksonville 45: Faith Smith scored 15 of her team-high 17 points in the second quarter to help Lincoln to a 32-22 halftime lead en route to the Central State Eight Conference victory at Lincoln. Kaelyn Froebe added 15 points for the Railsplitters (4-2).

Salem over Taylorville

Salem Wins Apollo Conference Opener Over Taylorville

SALEM - The Salem Lady Wildcats (5-1) shook off a slow start and used a 19-7 third quarter to turn a 19-19 halftime score to a 38-26 advantage after three quarters and cruised to a 50-34 win over Taylorville.