Are you READY for the 2022-2023 basketball season? Our program is open to boys and girls, grades K-8 in the Shiloh community and surrounding areas. SAA Basketball focuses on skills development, teaching the value of teamwork, emphasizing sportsmanship, and prioritizing academic excellence for all program participants. We are partnering with Shiloh GBL and Shiloh High School basketball coaching staff to provide a safe and fun season.
Online registration will open on September 19, 2022.
Registration is $200.00 Included:
Below are some of the main requirements for being a volunteer basketball coach. Please review the attachment for a detailed list.
A Background Check must be completed prior to Coaching in a practice or game.
Must be available to Coach your team pratice twice a week.
Must be available for all games.
All Head Coaches are required to help maintain the cleanliness and rules of the gym
Coaches will be required to attend 1 Coaches Clinic, and assist with one Skills Clinic prior to the 3rd Practice. This includes Assistant Coaches.
Coaches will be required to ensure all equipment is properly maintained.
All incidents or accidents must be reported to the Basketball Committee within 24 hours.
If you are interested in Volunteering please email
All sports will have a mandatory fundraiser for the season. This allows the sports to cover different cost without increasing the registration fees. All parents should receive fundraising information at the beginning of their season; usually at the parents meeting.
We thank you for participating and helping make Shiloh a great place for our youth!!
Everyone must work the concessions stand during the season or pay the opt-out fee of $50.00. This fee must be paid the last registration. If you have any questions please contact your director.
SAA has a no refund policy. If your player suffers a season ending injury before the start of the season please contact the Director to request an exception. If your exception is approved uniform costs may be deducted if ordered before injury.