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HYBA Summer Basketball Camp Opportunities!

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HYBA Offseason Skills & Drills Program

This summer, the Hutch Youth Basketball Association (HYBA) is offering a new off-season skills development program called the 'HYBA Skills & Drills Program

How does it work? Participating players will track their minutes invested shooting and dribbling, AND will also get credit for: doing a daily skills challenge, going to basketball camps, playing a non-basketball sport (baseball, softball, LAX, etc.) in the summer, and performing community volunteer service (you choose who you wish to help).
 
 
 

* to create your own digital tracking sheet, click to open the template, then click "File > Make a Copy" and save a version to your Google Drive. From there you can enter your minutes directly into the Tracking tab.

Who? Hutch school students entering 2nd through 8th grade in the 2022-23 school year.

Why?  “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.”
~Tim Notke, high school basketball coach, requoted by NBA player, Kevin Durant

Hutch Basketball NEEDS to develop hard-working, talented players. This program is a great opportunity for your kid to get outside to get some fresh air, enhance their like/love of the game of basketball, work towards a reachable goal and to build their confidence and their character in the process.

When? The program runs this summer, starting May 29th through August 27th

Please register for the Skills Program through this link (note: you will NOT find the link on the PRCE website. Please register NOW and get your player pumped up to participate in the program!)
 
Thanks!
HYBA
 

Questions?

Please contact us: hutchinsonyba@gmail.com

Player Development Drills

Please find our HYBA Off-Season Challenge and Player Development Drills below:

Meet Jodi Timm - Hutchinson Basketball Liaison


Jodi Timm

Hi everyone! My name is Jodi Timm and I am the liaison between the boys' and girls' varsity coaches and the youth basketball program. I am currently a K-1 physical education teacher for ISD 423 in Hutchinson, MN.  

On the side I am also a personal trainer and group fitness instructor and am involved in my town’s youth basketball program. I have previously taught K-4 in New Ulm, K-5 in Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart, coached girls basketball at various levels as well as varsity track, and taught middle school PE in Sweden. I graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor's in Science in Kinesiology in 2011 and continued through the University's Initial Licensure/Master's of Education Program. I have my Adapted Physical Education or DAPE Licensure from the U of M as well. I also have my 5-12 Health Licensure from Bemidji State University.  

I come from a strong basketball loving and knowledgeable background and am ready to continue to help build a top program at all ages and levels! 

The Hutchinson Youth Basketball Association strives to provide personal growth and skill development opportunities for Hutchinson area youth, on and off the court. We are dedicated to reinforcing positive influences, self-confidence, teamwork, sportsmanship and fun through the spirit of basketball.


Big Thanks to Midwest Machinery for the mobile hoop for the 2021 Water Carnival Parade!

Interested in Coaching?

If you are interested in coaching for the HYBA please email hybainfo@gmail.com to express your interest.  The selection of coaches will begin after registration closes, generally in Mid-October of each year.  Coach interviews generally begin at the end of October.