Thanksgiving Camp Registration Now Open!

5th Annual Turkey Camp Now At Academy Court In Meridian

HSB’s 5th Annual Thanksgiving Camp offers boys and girls in the elementary, middle, and high school grades (3rd-12th), a chance to train one-on-one with actual pros. “Elevate Your Game” through our comprehensive curriculum of fundamental player development drills, station work, organized team competitions, contests, and guest lectures. Limited Availability – Reserve your spot by Clicking Here!

5th Annual Thanksgiving Camp
November 19th – 21st, 2018
HSB Academy Court
9am – 2pm
Grades 3rd – 12th
Click Here To Register

*Registrations are now processed through SportsEngine our brand new registration provider. If you have not done so, you will need to create a new account but the process is very simple and user friendly.


Download The App – HSB Academy Is Now Easier Than Ever!

Have you downloaded the app? As we transition back into the busiest time of the year, this is a friendly reminder that everyone should now be utilizing the HSB Academy App. Our all new mobile solution allows users to easily book and purchase classes, sign up for private sessions, track and cancel visits, as well as sign up for our upcoming Holiday Camps. With up-to-date scheduling and cancellations notices, this recent addition is quickly becoming the #1 place for everything HSB Academy. Some other important things to note:

1.) CHECK THE SCHEDULE – All class cancellations or changes will be posted to the schedule on the app. If you are pre-registered in a class that is cancelled you will be emailed or sent a text message notifying you of the change. Apologies in advance for any and all inconveniences.

2.) PRE-REGISTER FOR CLASSES – Many of you have noticed sessions are beginning to fill up and class numbers will be strictly limited to maintain quality. If you show up to a class that is full without signing up, you will not be able to participate. Additionally make sure that you are signing up for the right location. Some classes meet at the same time but in different locations. Locations of the classes can be found on the final page of booking.

3.) CAMPS VS. ACADEMY – Although our camps and academy use the same software platform (MindBody), each one operates within a different database. You can use the same email and password for both, however, you will have to re-create your account in the second system in order to sign up. If you get an error message trying to log in to one or the other, log out completely and then try logging in to the desired database again. To simplify things, the Thanksgiving Camp and Christmas Camp (coming soon) have been added to the academy side under the “Holiday Camps” tab. You can register for both directly through the HSB Academy app.

4.) GIVE US A HEADS UP – You, the parents and players, are our largest marketing resource and we appreciate all the referrals. That being said, if you would like to bring a friend please make sure you do so appropriately. Everyone participating in the academy that is a minor must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver. This can be completed via the app and trial sessions can be booked through the app as well. If you bring someone to a full class or without a signed waiver they will not be allowed to participate.

5.) SESSION USAGE & EXPIRATION – From the beginning our policy has always been the same. Sessions are good for one year from the date of purchase. This is to ensure that people are using their sessions and taking advantage of the training we provide. We understand that injuries and issues do happen and they will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Other notes: everyone that is training in the academy needs to have their own package i.e. sharing packages is not permitted. If you pre-register for a class and you are unable to attend, let us know. No-shows will go against your packages.

6.) IF YOU ARE SICK, STAY HOME – We love having all of you in class but please stay home if you are not feeling well. We have a lot of kids that attend sessions and for everyone’s safety we would appreciate it if everyone could abide by this rule.

As always we are grateful for all of you and the opportunities you have given us as trainers and mentors. If you have any specific questions we are always available and can be reached via phone 208-720-1904 or email Best of luck to all our players as they begin their seasons and happy holidays.

HSB Academy Now On Your Phone – Download The App!

Download the HSB Academy App and start training with the pros today! The mobile solution for everything HSB, from our iPhone and Android Apps you can view class schedules, sign-up for sessions, access our current promotions, and find locations. You can even click through to our Facebook and Twitter pages! Optimize your time and start maximizing the convenience of signing up for our classes from your phone by downloading the App today!

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Alumni Tracker – HSB Seniors Commit To Play College Sports!

A big HSB congrats to these four – very cool!  Best of luck as your begin the next chapter in your respective athletic careers.  Here is an excerpt from the recent Mountain Express article.  Enjoy!

Four Wood River High School student athletes active in football, basketball, and cross country recently signed letters-of-intent to play college sports next year.

Kenya Schott, daughter of Gary and Cindy Schott, has been a three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball and track and field for the Wolverines. She bounced back from a knee injury suffered last fall in soccer to compete in distance events for coach Monte Brothwell this spring. She’s committed to Whitman College in Walla Walla, Wa.

Parker Bingham, a son of Kerry and Corinne Bingham, is planning to play football for the Carroll College (Mt.) Fighting Saints in Helena. The 6-2, 290-pounder was a first-team Great Basin Conference offensive lineman and second-team Idaho Statesman All-State line selection for coach Kevin Stilling.

Not only that, Bingham was a key player for the boys’ varsity basketball team of coach Andy Miles that posted Wood River’s first winning record in 23 years. Miles said, “Parker was the glue of the whole team. He brought everyone together.”

Rory Cole, daughter of Dwight and Holly Cole, plans to attend Maryland’s Johns Hopkins University, one of the leading research universities. This year’s Wood River co-valedictorian, Rory will study biochemistry and Spanish while playing basketball for the Blue Jays, an NCAA Division 3 Centennial Conference team.

Her long-term plans include medical school and volunteering with the Peace Corps.

Cole was a four-year varsity member and starter of the Wood River soccer and basketball teams. She has been a captain of the teams the last three years. Her senior year of basketball Cole scored 227 points and grabbed 210 rebounds, averaging 9.4 points per game and 8.7 rebounds per game.

Wood River varsity coach Matt Newhouse said, “Rory Cole embodies the true epitome of a student athlete.  At WRHS she took and mastered the most difficult curriculum in our school.  As an athlete she has modeled exemplary leadership and determination returning from two ACL injuries to compete at a very high level.”

Rory said, “I’ve worked my entire academic career to be accepted into a school like Johns Hopkins—it is a once-in- a-lifetime opportunity and I am so excited. I have been so fortunate to play with my teams in the Wood River Valley.

“I would not have the opportunity to be playing for the Blue Jays without the high school coaching staff. Every one of them has helped me with different aspects of my game and I am so grateful that I had the opportunity to learn under so many of them.”

Cody Carter, son of Scott and Holly Carter, has agreed to play basketball for and attend NCAA Division 3 Cornell College in Mt. Vernon Iowa. The Rams are members of the Midwest Conference.

Carter has been Hailey’s top scorer the past two years and graduated as the school’s seventh-leading all-time scorer. He led Wood River’s hoops resurgence and was recruited by and offered academic and athletic scholarships to six colleges.

A post-season basketball All-Star, Carter led the 2014-15 Wolverines in points, rebounds and minutes played. He maintains a 3.4 GPA and has been active in the community via Idaho Drug Free Youth. At college he will focus on Kinesiology and either Psychology or some additional concentration.

Cornell Rams seventh-year head coach Chad Murray said, “Cody is a person of high character from a quality family. We couldn’t be more thrilled to have secured his commitment to our program.”

Wood River coach Miles added about Carter, “Cornell College has found a hidden gem in Cody. He will be a great addition to their program not only as a basketball player but also as a person. It was an honor and a privilege to coach Cody and to see him grow into the young man he is today.”