Girls Jackson Wolfpack is a non-profit feeder basketball club. Girls in grades 4th through 8th within the Jackson High School boundaries are encouraged to try out. Our goal is to help kids learn fundamentals and teamwork in a positive environment to prepare them to compete for Jackson High School teams. Wolfpack teams will have the opportunity to be guests of the JHS Girls basketball team at various games and participate in special training throughout the season. The Jackson HS Head Girls Basketball Coach Corey Gibb fully supports and is committed to building a strong and competitive youth program. Go Twolves!
Looking for the Jackson Boys Wolfpack? Here is the link
Dates set for tryouts!
Gateway Middle School
Sept. 29: 4th and 5th grade 6:00-7:30
6th, 7th, and 8th: 7:30-9:00
Oct. 4: 4th and 5th grade 6:00-7:30
6th, 7th, and 8th 7:30-9:00
Rosters will be updated by Oct. 6.
We encourage your daughter to attend both tryouts if possible. Open gyms will be a chance to brush up on some skills and get back on the court. Please bring your own ball and water ball.
Kindly register for tryouts now, so we have an idea on numbers and make sure we can accommodate and make sure that your player lives within the high school boundary and will be attending high school at Henry M. Jackson. If not, many of the other high schools in the area have their own feeder program that your child would need to tryout for. There are some special exceptions, so email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure.
For liability and insurance purposes, each athlete needs an updated AAU membership to be able to register for tryouts. See the link above for AAU membership.
To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or ACH Bank Account information available. There is a one time $10 fee to cover court costs of open gym and tryouts.
Girls Jackson Wolfpack participates in the NPSTL (North Puget Sound Travel League) for regular season games. Practices begin in October and regular season games typically run from the first week in December through the first week of March. In addition to regular season games, the program participates in 3 local tournaments and has the ability to qualify for the Washington State Middle School Championships in Spokane.
4th Grade: Andrew Grinaker
5th Grade: Joe Fluery
6th Grade: Jay Saffold
7th Grade: David Wirkkala
8th Grade: Greg Devine
Club President: Hilary Wirkkalaemail@example.com
Jackson HS, Head Girls Basketball Coach: Corey Gibbfirstname.lastname@example.org