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The Wayzata Girls Basketball Association exists to improve the basketball skills of it's participants by sponsoring basketball programs for girls in grades K-12 and by working closely with the Wayzata High School program to promote and foster girls basketball. If you need more information about the WGBA program or have questions please contact one of our board members. A list of contacts can be found by clicking Board on the menu bar.


Junior Jammers: 
Girls in K-3rd grade receive a fun introduction to the game of basketball by learning and doing the basic fundamentals. For more information, please click on the “Leagues/Teams” on the left side or our website at

Sessions 1 & 2- September 15, 17, 22, 24
- Session 1-Time: 6:00-7:00pm - Kindergarten and 1st graders (CLOSED, Wait List is FULL)
- Session 2- Time: 7:00-8:00pm - 2nd and 3rd graders
Sessions 3 & 4- September 29 and October 1, 6, 8
- Session 3-Time: 6:00-7:00pm - Kindergarten and 1st graders (CLOSED, Wait List is FULL)
- Session 4- Time: 7:00-8:00pm - 2nd and 3rd graders

There is a limit of 25 girls for each session.

Recreation (Rec.) Leagues: 
Offered to girls in grades 2nd-12th.
- 2nd - 3rd grade girls registration closes September 14.
- 4th - 6th grade girls registration closes October 12.
- 7th - 8th grade girls registration closes October 12.
- High school, girls 9th - 12th grade, closes November 23.
For more information about the rec. program, please click on the “Leagues/Teams" link on the left side or our website at  

Click on the "Program Comparison" link to see how the Rec. program differs from the Travel program.

Travel Program: 

-Offered to girls in grades 4th-8th looking for more basketball and more competition. 

-Registration closes September 1. 

For more information about the travel program, please click on the “Leagues/Teams” link on the left side or our website at  
Click on the "Program Comparison" link on the left side of our website at to see how the Travel program differs from Rec.


Check here for details on our Wayzata Summer Skills and Wayzata Girls Basketball Camp taught by the high school coaching staff!

Minnesota School of Basketball

Minnesota School of Basketball  offers individual and group instruction for all levels of skills and all age groups. Instruction can be tailored to meet individual needs. 

Brian Ammann built a tradition of success locally and nationally as the Augsburg head basketball coach from 1988 to 2005. He has now turned his attention to developing thecomplete basketball players  of all ages through his   Minnesota School of Basketballprogram.

At his gym, he'll work on:

      • Footwork
      • Shooting Technique/Form
      • Ball Handling Skills
      • Skill Development for Guards & Posts

Team training is also available  and can be tailored to meet team needs such as press break, motion offense or can be a scheduled program to develop all levels of team play.

Velocity Sports Performance


Basketball training is held year round at the 43 Hoops Basketball Academy in Hopkins.  Small group training is offered to players in grades 5-12 (for K-4, check out our Junior Hoops Training).  The 43 Hoops staff of professional trainers provide small group instruction (4-7 players per trainer depending on skill level) in 1-hour sessions, as well as 1-on-1 training.