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Fremd Feeder

Welcome to the Fremd Feeder Basketball Program

Fremd Feeder Basketball Program is designed to prepare young basketball players to play High School Basketball at Fremd. The organization provides instruction, practices and competitive basketball training to prepare young boys from fifth through eighth grade. This is a non-for-profit program. The philosophy is to teach the fundamentals of the game at an elevated level and foster a love of basketball in a competitive environment.


Fremd Feeder 2022-23 Season

Information for this upcoming season will be posted as soon as we finalize a few more details.

Tryouts will start the first 2 weeks of November and season will run until the end of February.

Looking for Basketball for the Fall we recommend the following options below:

Click on anything listed above to go directly to get more information and or to register.


TESTIMONIALS:

  • “After having all of my kids play for Kessel Heat we as a family can’t be happier with our children’s development. The program focuses on four key aspects for development ball handling, passing, defense, and speed of play. All of my kids have really enjoyed working with different coaches and trainers from the Kessel Heat program.” – Rick Schoffstall
  • “My two sons both started with Kessel basketball in 5th grade. They learned the game the right way from Kyle Kessel and his coaches. Fundamentals, defense and teamwork are the princeples heavily stressed by the Kessel staff. In my opinion, there is no better teacher of the game at this level than Illinois Coaching Hall of Famer, Coach Dennis Kessel. He works on skills in practice and stresses those same skills in the game. My son’s now play basketball at Fremd High School and they hold those same principles to this day. If your child is serious about getting better at basketball and learning from the top coaches in Illinois, I would strongly recommend the Kessel program. – Keith Martin
  • “My three boys (age 15, 15, and 12) have been enrolled in the Kessel year round basketball program for the past eight years. Under Kyle’s and Dennis’s tutelage, as well as other NCAA certified coaches within the Kessel program, my sons have developed basketball skills and knowledge that have allowed them to successfully compete both at the grade school and high school levels. I have found the Kessel program to be not only large enough to accommodate and teach basketball fundamentals to both the recreational and advanced player, but also small enough to where you and your child are treated like family. The Kessel program has provided the stability, quality coaching and encouragement for a young player to develop his or her basketball skills to its potential. It is up to the individual player, through dedication and practice, as to which level he or she wants to compete as a basketball player.” – Andrew Smyros