Greendale Youth Basketball "Jr. Panthers"

10,000 Makes Club
Greendale Jr. Panther Basketball Club’s 10,000 Make Program is a chance for you to improve your shooting skills over the summer. Record the number of shots made each day during the course of a 16-week period over the summer is all it takes to become a member of the 10,000 make program. That’s just 625 shots made a week, or less than 90 shots made a day.
Please see the flyer and calendar at the bottom of this page for additional details about this program for the summer of 2017. 
This  10,000 shots made club is endorsed by both the Boys and Girls Varsity coaches at GHS.
Flyer has been updated to reflect new requirements for 4th and 5th grade students.

2017 Summer Camp Opportunities
Basketball RAP Summer Skills Academy 2017 - Click here for the flyer

Panther Basketball Fundamentals Camp
Grades 3-8 June 12-14 - Click here for the flyer

2017-18 Tryout Information
2017-18 tryouts for grades 3-7 will be occurring in September.  Please monitor this website for the latest information.

2016-17 Season Review
All of the Jr. Panther teams competed in the Wisconsin Youth Basketball League (WYBL) in addition to tournaments throughout the season.  To see how the teams competed in the WYBL, visit www.wyblonline.com.

Parent Guide
For more information about the Greendale Basketball Club, Inc., and the Jr. Panthers, visit our "Parent Guide."
Greendale High School Basketball
WIAA State Qualifier: 2014, 2015
WIAA State Runner-Up: 1995


Fourth Annual Dan Mattes Memorial Golf Outing
Dan was an avid supporter of Greendale Athletics, and we’d like his spirit and commitment to Greendale continue to live on through the 22 sports the Booster Club supports, as well as scholarship opportunities for student athletes. We hope to see you at the course and/or support the outing with a sponsorship or donation.  Click here for the flyer.

All-Time Records
See the list of the most prolific scorers in Greendale history.
Dan Sheridan,
May 31, 2017, 7:43 AM
Dan Sheridan,
Jun 8, 2017, 1:50 PM
Mark Kapocius,
Apr 12, 2017, 8:28 AM