Basketball Programs will be run at Hoop Bay - 82 Technology Park Drive, Falmouth. Hoop bay is a 1,000 sq ft space with 30 ft ceilings, Featuring 3 basketball hoops, 2 dribble zones and Video Analysis, Hoop Bay will be our summer home for Basketball training.
Hoop Bay will be open 9:00am to 9:00pm
Monday to Friday with limited hours on the weekends.
We will be open for Rentals, Group Training, Individual Training, Micro Clinics and Custom Training Programs. Register below or contact us for information about Hoop Bay and or programs email@example.com or by phone 617.304.7092
Participants must have
Bottle of Water
Basketball sneakers (change into before entering the court area)
A Basketball, two if possible (equipment cannot be shared)
While COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge with regard to both participant and employee safety, we believe our focus on safety positions us well to deal with and execute protocols to create and maintain a safe environment for all.
Following the guidelines from local, state, and industry experts our programs and activities will be limited. Specifically:
All indoor athletic fields and courts are open for supervised youth sports in groups of 10 or less (we will have 5 or less)
Scrimmages, organized games, tournaments and adult programs are not allowed for contact sports in Phase II
Activities must be limited to no-contact drills, aerobic conditioning, individual skill work and training exercises
No drop-ins allowed. Participants must be registered and sign COVID WAIVER to participate.
No Spectators are allowed, participants must be dropped off and then picked up, if high school age they can drive and park.
Unnecessary physical contact, such as high fives, handshakes, fist bumpers or hugs, will be discouraged
Participants will need to provide enough water for the entire program, Common use water fountains and jugs will not be provided for use.
15 minute spacing between programs to accommodate cleaning areas and equipment, as well as allowing groups to clear out before new participants arrive.
Visitors, spectators, volunteers and staff must wear face coverings.
Participants are required to wear face mask to the facility and when taking breaks. they will not be required to during the actual sessions.
Decreased guest density participants and a parent supervisor will adhere to physical distancing of 6 feet. Field space will be marked for participants to know where they can and can not be at all times.
Increased frequency of cleaning & disinfecting in high-contact areas and equipment.
Employee temperature screening and mandatory PPE. CroART staff are encouraged to observe good personal hygiene, stay home if they are feeling sick, and alert managers to any participants or attendees that are in need of assistance.
We will follow any and all Activity restrictions to the exact for each phase as announced.
Drop off and pick up, we will control the flow coming in one way and exiting another as to not have parents and participants congregate. We will also have as mentioned a minimum 15 minute changeover cleaning and exit policy after each session breaks.
We look forward to creating a safe, clean, and fun environment for all programs, participants and family members that are part of CroART and Hoop Bay.
Basketball Micro Clinics are a skill-based approach to athletics that delivers training in small, highly focused segments. It is the ideal way to get athletes back into training mode while minimizing potential for injury and fatigue. The three basic principles of micro Clinics are:
1. Less is more
2. Deliver in small segments
3. Stimulate and engage the Athlete
What’s special about micro clinics? As the name implies, micro clinics are quick and to the point 45 – 50 minutes. Each session provides a focused approach to training and getting athletes back into participation mode. Sessions include quick change over, breaking down movements, interactions, short lessons, game situations and scenarios all in an individual setting.
Improve your skills in different areas of the game: shooting, post moves, dribble moves, face ups, defense, conditioning, foot & hand speed, ball handling
Micro Clinics at Hoops Bay include: 12 Basketball Sessions (All Players) limited to 5 participants per session.
Choose: Monday & Wednesday Sessions or Tuesday &Thursday Sessions in July and August.
Monday and Wednesday Program
July - 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29
August - 3, 5, 10, 12
Tuesday and Thursday Program
July - 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30
August - 4, 6, 11, 13
Basketball Training Times:
with a max of 5 Participants per time slot
2:45pm to 3:45pm, Grades 1-4
4:00pm - 5:00pm, Grades 5 - 8
5:15pm to 6:15pm, Grades 5 - 8
6:30pm to 7:30pm, High School
7:45pm to 8:45pm, High School
Cost: $350 per participant
We tailor each Private 1-on-1 Training session based on your child’s position & skill set. Our basketball staff includes coaches who played and or coached all five positions at the various levels of high school & college basketball. We will guide your child through various drills & more importantly explain their use. We will teach the fundamentals that will enhance your child’s understanding of the game while playing and what to look for when watching the game. We will connect your child with an appropriate coach and a schedule to fit your needs. We have also added video analysis to the program to help with proper form and technique.
Individual Basketball Training Registration. Pick your days and time for training.
$75 - 1 Session
$250 - 5 Sessions
$400 - 10 Sessions
$30 per hoop per hour
$50 per hour for 2 hours
Boys’ Varsity Basketball coach at Falmouth Academy also the owner of CroART SPORTS, Tyrone has coached Middle School boys at the Fay School in Southborough, as well as numerous, youth travel teams (all levels), camps and clinics in New England.
Girls’ Varsity Basketball coach at Falmouth Academy, Kyla was an assitant for Sandwich and coached the Middle School. She is also a certified IAABO Official. She currently coaches the Sandwich 4th grade youth travel team.
Head coach of the Varsity boys basketball program at Sturgis West for the past six seasons, Kyle also does private training and has worked at camps and clinics, run the Marion Wildcats 7-8 grade travel program for five years and created the SLAM! basketball clinics in Marion. Kyle lives in Wareham with his wife, and their twins and two dogs.
Grew up on the Cape attended Bourne High School and Bryant College, Heather took a successful high school career as a guard and expanded on it in college. A four year letter winner, she received NE10 Rookie of the Year in 97-98, ranks 8th in all time scoring with 1,309 points and was named to the Bryant Women's Basketball All Decade Team 2000 - 2010.