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New 12/09/2005

Tryouts have been rescheduled for Wedenesday Dec. 14th @ Sashabaw Middle School @ 8:00.  Ages 9, 10, 11, 13, 14 & 16
Please arrive @ 7:45 and go to the rear of the school.

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We Will be having a parent meeting on Sunday December 11th @ Everest Academy
@ 4:00 a deposit of $167.00 will be required at that time.
All current wolfpack players please wear your wolfpack hoodies.

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Welcome to North Oakland County Wolfpack Girls Basketball! Wolfpack girls AAU basketball is located in Clarkston, Michigan and was founded in 1994 by David Musynski, he was the director until 1996. When Jim Wyley & Tom Pippen assumed direction of the organization. In 1998 Charlie Robinson was named Director until 1999, when current Director Jack Mellen took direction of the organization. Wolfpack basketball is an elite organization that provides girls ages 9 through 17 the opportunity to become part of a sports organization that promotes disipline, pride, commitment and a lot of fun. Teams practice 2 times weekly and tournaments are held on weekends which consist of 5 to 7 total games per tournament. Wolfpack provides superior coaching and facilities for the continous improvement of skills. So if you are looking to sign on with the best, use our contact page and we will give you all the details. Also check the news link for tryout times and dates on our home page.


It is the mission of the North Oakland Wolfpack as an association to be dedicated to the development of our youths in the sport of basketball. It is also our mission to promote and provide the practice of good sportsmanship,character and fair play. Our primary focus is on a competitive spirit to succeed, with fun for all participants, while never compromising the welfare and safety of our children.


To place the emotional and physical well being of all players ahead of a personal desire to win. To treat each player as an individual. To do everything in our power to provide a safe playing situation for all players. To lead by example in demonstrating fair play and sportsmanship. To use coaching techniques that are appropriate for each of the skills that are taught. To remember that we are a youth sports organization and that the game is for the kids, not the adults.


We are a totally volunteer organization with dedicated people working hard to ensure that your children have a fun and fulfilling experience. Most of our staff work full time and have many commitments but recognize the benefit of helping out with this worthwile organization. Your involvment will help your child gain a sense of community as well as family. Since your child is a member of the North Oakland Wolfpack, so are you. Your involvment is very important. Remember, your involvement enhances your childs experience.

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