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We have a family in the ERAA basketball community that could use your help!

We are raising money for the VanEyll family to cover medical expenses. Elizabeth was first diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in February of 2018.   She endured chemotherapy,  radiation and a double mastectomy;  all in the hopes to defeat this horrible disease.  In May of 2019 she received a PET scan notifying her she was clear of cancer. However, in December of 2019, after a visit to the emergency room she discovered the cancer had metastasized into stage 4 and spread throughout her entire body.  She is currently going through treatment to slow down the progression. Her optimism, prayer and perseverance throughout this extremely difficult time is inspiring as is her fight to survive.  Jon and Elizabeth have 2 girls (10th and 6th grade), both of which are involved in school and community sports.

 Please join us in trying to help raise money for Elizabeth and her family for medical bills, daily needs and helping their family get through this incredibly challenging time. Thank you.

 

TRIA official sponsor of EAST RIDGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

Supporting ERAA through educational programs for athletes, coaches and parents

East Ridge Raptor Off-Season Shooting Program (Shot Club)

East Ridge Raptor Off-Season Shooting Program (Shot Club)

Who:   Any boy and girl interested in putting in the work to improve.

WhatShoot and MAKE a targeted number of shots between April 1st and September 31st.

  • K-2nd grade:  1,000 shots MADE
  • 3rd-5th grade:  5,000 shots MADE
  • 6th-8th grade:  10,000 shots MADE

Instructions:  Shoot, shoot and shoot.  The shooting workouts are provided.  Shoot game shots at game speed, using correct form.  If you desire to work on additional shots and count the ones made, do so after completing the provided workout. 

Shot club t-shirts will be awarded at the end of the session.  I will email all participants with a time and place to pick up your t-shirt.

Goals: 

  • Improve your ability to make game speed/like shots.
  • Keep you practicing and improving during the off-season.
  • Give you an advantage over others (opponents) who do not participate.
  • Help your team achieve a winning season!

Suggestions: 

  • Avoid shots that are out of your range.  If you shoot shots out of your range you will develop bad habits and once it becomes a habit, it is very hard to correct.
  • Sloppy practice habits will NOT help you become a better basketball player. 

Please return forms to Coach Jon Adams, jadams@isd622.org the first week of October.


2020 Executive Board Member Elections 2/9/20

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Questions about ERAA Basketball?

Adam Meuler

Director of ERAA Basketball

Phone: 612-226-5756