Director of the Mundelein Feeder program is Hall of Fame coach Dennis Kessel, former head Varsity Basketball coach for Mundelein High School and son IBCA Hall of Fame player Kyle Kessel who played for Mundelein High School. With their level of experience and knowledge for the game they are eager to pass it on to the younger players to prepare them with the fundamentals to make them successful and competitive basketball players.
Our main focus is to provide an opportunity for young boys that will attend Mundelein High School to participate in an organized competitive basketball program. Teams are formed at each grade level from 5th-8th. Our first priority is to help your son improve their skills, build their confidence and become competitive in a game setting. With our great coaching staff and high level of organization we believe we can create a positive basketball experience for all involved.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE
Boys that live in district #120 and plan to attend Mundelein H.S. are invited to play Mustang Feeder Basketball. If you have limited experience, but enjoy basketball and are ready to learn, please join us.
All Players that choose to participate in MHS Feeder are encouraged to attend all team functions, which include all practices and games from November – mid March. We understand everyone has a busy schedule and will miss some team functions. However, if you are constantly missing team functions playing time may be adjusted accordingly.
The MHS Feeder program prides itself on our coaching staff. With their basketball experience and overall knowledge of the game we believe they can make every players experience a positive one. Each team will have a head coach and possibly an assistant coach. Each coach will be in contact with the team on a weekly basis addressing practices, games and tournament schedules.
The head coach will determine playing time. Please note that all players will get a chance to participate in EVERY game. However, when the game is on the line the coach will play the players who are producing the most in that particular game. Playing time may also be determined by each player’s attitude towards the team, participation and overall sportsmanship.
We will be playing all games on the weekends, teams will play 10 weekends through the months of December, January, February, and first weekend in March. Please note that exact game times do not come out until the middle of the week that they are playing. All game times will be posted in the Game Changer App. A tentative tournament schedule will be:
Please note that tournaments that we will participate in will charge a spectator entry fee. Games will be held of the weekends and there will be no weekday games.
Each team will have practice twice a week at one of two locations, Canlan Sports Libertyville and Volo Sportsplex. Each schedule will be given once rosters are posted.
FEES & PAYMENTS
The MHS Feeder Basketball fee
This fee will include team practices, games, tournament fees, referees, league fees and coaching stipends. All Checks will be made payable to Kessel's Training, or we will also have a link to pay online with options to pay in full or payment plan.