Fall Season

Check out what's happening in the off-season!

The Fall’s activities at CHS are dedicated to allow high school athletes time to focus on getting stronger, faster, and more skilled. When you combine those CHS activities with participation on one of our Cleveland Basketball high school teams, players are able to lay a solid, well-rounded foundation before the Winter season even begins.

Strength & Conditioning and Open Gym will be offered by the CHS coaching staff. Also, please visit our Training page for skill development opportunities with Coach Campbell himself during their allowed open-period in Fall.

League play will be offered separately through our organization to help the CHS athletes prepare & build early chemistry with many of their potential teammates.

Winter tryouts for a team at CHS will be held in November.

Will you be ready?


 
Fall League Teams:   Grades 9-12   Click Here

Fall League Teams:

Grades 9-12

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All Skill Levels:   Grades 9-12   Click Here

All Skill Levels:

Grades 9-12

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Strength & Conditioning at CHS:   Mon/Wed/Fri TBD  August 19th - November 15th

Strength & Conditioning at CHS:

Mon/Wed/Fri TBD

August 19th - November 15th


Open Gym at CHS:   Wednesdays TBD  October 2 - November 15th

Open Gym at CHS:

Wednesdays TBD

October 2 - November 15th


 

Important Note

Due to OSAA rules, Fall high school teams will have no involvement with the boys CHS coaching staff, so please do not contact them for information on teams or league games. The coaching staff at Cleveland High is only involved in training, open gym, and strength & conditioning during this time. Per time-honored Cleveland tradition, athletes are given the unique opportunity to be player-coached in the Fall, which is great for team building, developing communication skills, and allowing the athletes to work on leadership roles of their own before Winter season! Parents have been able to provide rotating adult supervision from the stands for high school players for years, and many Varsity level athletes help coach younger guys when they can as well.