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Registration for the 2023-24 Season is open June 5, 2023 through August 15, 2023!  You can register here:

We offer an early registration discount from June 5th-July 1, 2023.

***Uniform note: All players must order new uniforms for this season, as we have a new Under Armor jersey/shorts uniforms***

Please continue to check our homepage for program updates.  Pictures can be sent to or our Facebook page.


Port High School Girls Summer Camp 2023

The PWHS girls varsity program is hosting a summer camp at PWHS June 12th-15th for incoming grades 1-8.

The informational flyer sign-up sheet is below.  Please contact varsity coach Jake Wahl with any questions at


2023-24 Activity Calendar

June 5, 2023- Registration opens.  Early registration with discount runs through July 1, 2023.  Registration at the full rate remains open.

July 1-August 15, 2023- Summer Shot Club

August 15, 2023- Registration closes

September (dates TBD)- A/B team split workouts (6th-8th grade boys and girls)

If you are looking for one-day skills clinics, our friends at Chapman Basketball Academy North are offering a summer full of skills clinics.  Registration is available at:

2023-24 Port Hoops Registration

Early Registration Opens June 5 2023.  Register Here




  • Girls Teams
  • 3rd - 8th Grade
  • Lakeshore Basketball League
  • 20 games (10 weeks)
  • 2 games each Saturday
  • Games November - January
  • Plus Tournaments through February
  • Practices 2 Nights per Week
  • $350
  • Skills & Development
  • 1st through 4th Grade
  • Boys & Girls (separate teams)
  • Focus on Fundamentals
  • 10-12 Practices (@ local school gyms)
  • Weekdays only
  • Mid-November through February
  • Practices 1 Night per Week
  • $115

Frequently Asked Questions

Port Hoops is a private club team and a feeder program for the Port Washington High School Basketball program. We are open to anyone who resides in the PWSSD or attends a PWSSD school looking to play basketball at a competitive level.

Our Mission:

  • ENCOURAGE & PROMOTE youth basketball for boys & girls in the PWSSD.
  • Promote the strong desire to play basketball at a level beyond the traditional rec league & school district basketball.
  • We stress fundamentals, teamwork, dedication & good sportsmanship in strong coordination with the systems & goals of the PWHS program, and we strive to hold those things above all else.
  • Our goal is to improve the skill level of each & every player by providing focused instruction in a competitive environment. We offer competitive team play for girls and boys in 3rd through 8th grade and a separate Skills and Development program.

Registration fee for the Boys and Girls league teams is $350 ($20 off if you register in June). The registration process includes an installment payment option. These fees cover the following:

  • League Play (gym and ref costs)
  • Tournament fees
  • Uniform &shooting shirt (or player pack if using last year's uniform)
  • Skills Development Workshops
  • Team-building activities
  • Insurance

The fee for the 1st - 4th grade Skills & Development program is $115 and each player will receive a basketball and a Port Hoops t-shirt.

Practices typically start in October (games start in November). There are 2 practices each week throughout the season. There are no set dates that teams will practice on, the day of week and times for each practice will fluctuate based on gym availability. Practices will always be on weeknights starting between 5:00pm & 8pm(younger teams typically start earlier) and last 75-90 minutes.

Practices are held at PWSSD schoold gyms (PWHS, Dunwiddie, TJMS, Lincoln & Saukville). Locations will fluctuate based on gym availability.

Players will need a pair a basketball shoes (must change into basketball shoes at the gym). They will also need a basketball for practices (this can be ordered during registration).

  • Basketball Shoes (not worn outside)
  • Basketball
    • Size 28.5 - all girls teams & 3rd - 6th grade boys
    • Size 29.5 - 7th & 8th grade boys
  • Water Bottle
  • Backpack/gym bag

The Girls teams play in the Lakeshore Basketball League (LBL). League games are every Saturday (10 weekends) from November - January. Two games are played each Saturday. There is a league tournament for all teams at the end of January.

The Boys teams play in the Wisconsin Youth Baseketball League (WYBL). Boys league games are every other Sunday (8 weekends) from November - March. Two games are played each Sunday. All teams participate in a league tournament at the end of the season.

Girls league games are every Saturday (10 weekends) from November - January. Two games are played each Saturday.

Boys league games are every other Sunday (8 weekends) from November - March. Two games are played each Sunday.

Games hosted at local high schools in the area. There is some travel required to get to the games (typically not more than 1 hour away). Tournaments are determined by team coaching staff.

Port Hoops offers a Skills & Development program to players in 1st through 4th grade (both Boys & Girls). The program consists of 10-12 practices where younger players will begin to learn the fundamentals of the game. Practices start in late November or early December. This program is a great way to get your player started with basketball. Skills and Development is also a great program if you are unsure your player is ready for 3rd or 4th grade team play.

We have lots of opportunities for parent involvement. Please contact your team's coach to see if they need any assistance. There are volunteer opportunities at any events and tournaments that we host. Watch your email or our facebook page for these opportunities or you can email to find out more opportunities to volunteer.

Port Hoops will use a tiered refund approach depending on when the request is made. Our final uniform orders are due after the August registration period ends. League registration for the LBL and WYBL occurs in September. We can offer a partial refund (registration minus uniform charge) through September 15. After September 15, we cannot offer refunds because teams and tournaments are paid for.

Kevin Girga