Welcome to the West Allis Nathan Hale Girls Basketball website.
This site will be updated to reflect practices, games and general information about the program.
2014-2015 Girls Basketball Program Awards
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Varsity Award Winners
GMC Greater Metro Conference 1st Team - Sam Schuh
GMC Honorable Mention - Skylar Fox
GMC Senior Scholar Athletes - Skylar Fox, Katie Swofford, Caitlin Egan
Varsity Statistical Awards:
Captain’s award (special medals signifying captains): Lexi Sevedge and Linda Hensel
Coaches award (plaque): Linda Hensel
Hustle award (plaque): Alexis Goodstein
Offensive player of the year (plaque): Taylor Supple
Defensive player of the year (plaque): Lexi Sevedge
Captain’s award (special medals signifying captains): KellyAnn Sotiros, Catherine Gerschweiler and Abby Arena
Coaches award (plaque): Emma Dostalek
Hustle award (plaque): Morgan Ward
Offensive player of the year (plaque): KellyAnn Sotiros
Defensive player of the year (plaque): Bryanna Woods
Click HERE for the 2014-2015 End of Year Banquet Document
The Nathan Hale Girls Basketball Program is proud to announce that on February 6th the program will feature the first annual
HALE GIRLS BASKETBALL SLAM DUNKIN' DIABETES
In an effort to raise awareness about Juvenile Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease where the pancreas stops making insulin. It occurs when the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. While the cause is unknown, its onset has nothing to do with diet or lifestyle. There is nothing to prevent or cure Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes strikes both children and adults at any age. It comes on suddenly, causing dependence on insulin injection or insulin pump for life. While challenging, people with Type 1 diabetes can live long, healthy lives, as long as they manage their diabetes. Each year 15,000 kids are newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, that is 82 per day. There are 3 million children and adults with Type 1 diabetes in the US
Slam Dunk for Diabetes basketball camp is a free camp for kids ages 5-18 with Type 1 or 2 diabetes. We are the only free, not for profit, instructional day camp for kids diagnosed with diabetes. We provide a safe, structured and supportive environment for each camper with experienced coaches teaching alongside of diabetes educators. We teach how sports, illness and stress effect blood sugars and how to correct insulin intake. Our campers have fun, learn they are not alone and how they can live to their full potential.
Slam Dunk originated in Chicago, Ill in 2004 by Monica Joyce. In 2013, Slam Dunk expanded to Wisconsin, having its first camp here in West Allis. Our next one day clinic is Sunday, March 22nd from 9 to noon at Lane Middle School in West Allis. Look to our website at slamdunkkids.org for the 3 day summer camp in late July!! This camp is open to all kids throughout the state of Wisconsin!!
For game times and more schedule information click HERE
Congratulations to our raffle drawings winners: