As such, TJ will serve as the primary training facility for all Centennials competitive TEAMS during the 2016 spring season. High quality youth skill and character development is very important to both the Centennials and TJ boys basketball coaching staffs.
"This partnership creates a much-needed avenue of learning for youths that are serious about crafting their game, not just for those within TJ's immediate vicinity, but the greater Southeast Denver metro area as well," stated the Academy Founder, Armando Carrillo, Jr.
This partnership is non-exclusive. The Academy will continue building relationships with other high schools in similar fashion, and will continue hosting year-round skills clinics, conducting private basketball coaching sessions and performance training in other gyms. Only through this approach, will the Academy do its part in helping to boost the quality and quantity of basketball talent that emerges out of our cherished Centennial state of Colorado.
The Mile High Centennials is a SKILLS FIRST youth basketball club that offers unique, drop-in group basketball training clinics for players looking to improve their individual skills and fundamentals. These high-energy training clinics focus on skills and player development and are emphasized through challenging fundamentals drills within a fun, competitive setting. The skills clinics are highly structured, and typically run betwween 1-2 hours long. Youth basketball players wanting to drop-in and train must first REGISTER.
Parents are often misled to believe that team competition is the only way youth basketball players will get better. Sure, there is much to be learned from a team environment, but the most dramatic improvements will come from individual skills training. Here are 3 BIG reasons why individual skills & drills training is a must-have supplement to any competitive team play.
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