Welcome to Mukwonago Jr. Indians Basketball!
The Mukwonago Jr. Indians Basketball program is a select basketball program offered to boys who will be attending Mukwonago High School. Our program is open to 4th through 8th grade boys, with two teams at each grade level. The season runs from late October through the end of March. Each team will practice 2 times per week and play a minimum of 30 games throughout the basketball season. The Jr. Indians are endorsed and supported by the Mukwonago High School Basketball Coaches. The 2012-2013 Mukwonago High School Indians Basketball Team was a Classic Eight Conference Champ and Division 1 State Runner-Up.
For Basketball Tournaments hosted by the Mukwonago Jr. Indians, please visit the Mukwonago Tournaments Tab.
If you want to see some exciting basketball action, please visit the MHS Basketball tab for an up-to-date schedule of upcoming Boys High School basketball Games.
The Mukwonago Jr. Indians will be hosting 6 Program Improvement dates. For more information, please check out the Player Development tab!
Mukwonago Jr. Indians Basketball Association, Inc.
PO Box 744, Mukwonago, WI 53149
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The Mukwonago Jr. Indians Basketball Association, Inc. is committed to evaluating and developing strong character, respect, and team work along with the fundamental basketball skills of youth boy’s grades 4 through 8.
We believe in exposing our teams to a higher level of competition and expectations, as well as providing them with advanced training to advance their skills with the goal of building on the competitiveness of the Mukwonago High School basketball program.
Mukwonago Jr. Indians Basketball Association, Inc. is part of the Wisconsin Youth Basketball League, Wisconsin's Premier Youth Basketball League.
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The 5th grade Gold team and the 8th grade Gold team both won their tournaments this past weekend. 5th grade won in Pewaukee and 8th grade won in Cedarburg. Way to go boys!