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Rough Rider Feeder Basketball

Developing the future of Roosevelt Rough Rider Women's Basketball

Rough Rider Girls Feeder Basketball

The Rough Rider Feeder Basketball Program is a competitive AAU basketball program for 6th-8th grade girls who aim to join the basketball tradition at Roosevelt HS.

Please contact Malcolm at hoops@shorelinesportsfoundation.org for more information on getting connected to a team.

“I’ve played for SSF for a couple years now and absolutely love it. The coaches there are amazing and work really hard to help you develop to be the best player you can be on and off the court. I’m so excited that they are going to be getting together feeder teams for roosevelt and cant wait to see the outcome”

-Payton Dukes, 3 year Varsity standout with Roosevelt High School Basketball.



Winter 2021-2022 Rough Riders Tryouts!

Tryouts Information

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR TRYOUTS

6th Grade

  • Date: 10/18
  • Time: 7-8:30
  • Location: Spartan Gym (202 NE 185th St, Shoreline, WA 98155)

7th Grade

  • Date: 10/11
  • Time: 7-8:30pm
  • Location: Spartan Gym (202 NE 185th St, Shoreline, WA 98155)

8th Grade

  • Date: 10/11
  • Time: 7-8:30pm
  • Location: Spartan Gym (202 NE 185th St, Shoreline, WA 98155)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR TRYOUTS

*Note* Tryouts will consist of multiple feeder programs. We will be forming teams based on school district therefore you daughter will only be trying out for her local feeder team and will not have her spot taken by someone from another school*


Season Overview:
The Rough Rider Select season runs from Nov 15th - Weekend of March 4th-6th (league playoffs).

Practices are twice a week for 1.5-2 hours. 

League: The North Puget Sound Division of the East Side Travel League

Home Games will be played at Roosevelt HS (pending gym availability)

Head Coaches:
6th -  TBA
7th - TBA
8th - TBA
Lead Trainers - Malcolm Rosier-Butler

Cost: $645

  • Which includes: Gym rentals, league and reffing fees, a jersey for the Winter season (will be returned to the program in March), coaching fee, 2 practices, 1 training per week, and insurance.

  • Scholarships are available if fees are going to be a barrier to participation. Email Malcolm for SSF's scholarship application. 

  • Players need a valid AAU number to participate in select basketball.

  • Practice Players may train with the team but will not play in games ($300 for season).

Practice schedule will be posted privately on the individual team pages after tryouts.

Contact Malcolm hoops@shorelinesportsfoundation.org for questions.


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