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SGBA Mission Statement

Shakopee Girls Basketball Association (SGBA) has been organized to benefit the girls of our community by providing means for their athletic and social development through organized basketball. The goal is to recognize the importance of all individuals and to conduct our programs in a manner that provides the opportunity for the development of all participants. Our programs are organized to provide girls an opportunity to participate in a competitive level of basketball to prepare them for Varsity level play at Shakopee Senior High School.


SGBA Key Dates 2014-2015

Here are key dates for players participating in SGBA. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Todd Bieniek (sgbainhouse@gmail.com) for In-House and Beth Cordes for Travel (sgbatravel@gmail.com). Thanks and we look forward to a GREAT season of hoops!

January 10-11, 2015 – Shakopee Shoot For the Stars Tournament

February 20-22, 2015 - Rochester Tournament

March 6-8, 2015 - MYAS Gopher State Tournament


SGBA Participates in 2014 Derby Days Parade

2014 Shakopee Derby Days Ballers

2014 Shakopee Derby Days Ballers


SGBA Upcoming Events

  • Jan
  • 18
SGBA Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm- 9:00pm (CST) Ical_event_icon
  • Shakopee Police Station
  • Tag(s): Home 
  • Jan
  • 23
Poster Night at the Varsity Game vs. Rosemount
  • Feb
  • 22
SGBA Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm- 9:00pm (CST) Ical_event_icon
  • Shakopee Police Station
  • Tag(s): Home 
  • Mar
  • 22
SGBA Board Meeting
  • 6:00pm- 9:00pm (CDT) Ical_event_icon
  • Shakopee Police Station
  • Tag(s): Home 
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A Reminder of What High School Sports are About....

See the Link below for an article from Chip Scoggins at the Star Tribune on what sports are all about!!!


Are you a great sports parent?


Kare11 Story on the "Climate of coaching: Protecting coaches from parental complaints"

Below is a link to a recent story on Kare11 called "Climate of coaching: Protecting coaches from parental complaints". 

Link to full story/video on Kare11