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SOHC Newsletter March 2013_Page_1

Special Olympics Hamilton County

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Online Registration for Sports

Registration is open to ALL ages 8+, with intellectual disabilities and ALL ability levels.

(some age restrictions apply)  

*You DO NOT have to know how to play the sport to participate!

 

Winter Sports Registration is OPEN November 1 to November 15

(open to athletes, unified partners, & coaches)

 

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Registration is for Athletes, Unified Partners and Coaches! Poms offers athletes (ages 8+) and unified partners (ages 15+) a chance to practice and compete together. Athletes will learn basic pom/dance skills & terminology, along with basic cheers for events. Squad members will be expected to attend practice weekly, high school/Hamilton county unified events, and local competitions.

 

Practices: Wednesday, 6:00-7:00pm

Location: White River Christian Church, 1685 N. 10th Street, Noblesville 46060

Start Date: December- March

Coach: Tiffany Yust (tiffanysohc@hotmail.com)

 

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Basketball has 3 different levels to be involved. We offer the Individual Skills Competition for athletes that arenʼt able to play in a game setting. We also have a half court team for athletes that are more comfortable playing on a smaller court. We have basketball teams that are traditional and unified. We offer 3 different age groups as well as a womenʼs team.

1.  SKILLS:   The purpose of Individual Skill Competition is to allow athletes to train and compete in basic basketball skills.  Individual Skills Competition is designed for lower ability athletes who do not have the skills to participate in team basketball.

 

2. 3 on 3:     Athletes are considered appropriate for 3-on-3 Basketball if they do not possess the skills or stamina to participate in full court  basketball.  3-on-3 Basketball Competition can be a means to assist athletes with lower ability levels to progress to full court play.

 

3.  5 on 5:    Athletes are considered appropriate for 5-on-5 basketball if they possess an average to high level of skills and adequate stamina to play on a full court.  5-on-5 basketball has little or no modifications, so a complete understanding of basketball rules is necessary  

 

***The coaches and basketball coordinator reserve the right to move an athlete into the a lower level of play if they do not feel as if that athlete is ready for full court basketball.  Even if you've played 5-on-5 in the past, 3-on-3 might give you the opportunity to have more success and more court time.  

 

Practice is once a week and then several games and tournaments are scheduled throughout the season. Sectionals are held in March and if the teams advance to states those will be held at the end of March.

If you are an Athlete, Volunteer or Unified Partner and wish to participate in Basketball, please register.

Registration is open to ALL ages (8 years old and older) and ALL abilities levels. You DO NOT have to know how to play to participate!

The coach will contact you regarding practice schedule and location.

 

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Questions?? Contact our secretary at SOHCsecretary@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

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