Wednesday, May 18, 2016

No Open Gym 5/19

Open Gym is cancelled Thursday, May 19th due to a Choir Concert that is scheduled for that same evening. 

See you next week!

Sunday, April 10, 2016

Brad Camp 2016


Week 1: June 20-23, 2016 at Oregon City High School
Week 2: June 27-June 30, 2016 at Oregon City High School
$130 per session or $210 for both weeks (Limit to 112 players)
Michelle Bugni at 971-255-3089 (H)
11165 S. Parkland Ct. Oregon City, OR 97045

The End of the Trail Girl’s basketball camp will be holding its 37th Annual Summer Basketball Camp on Monday, June 20th - 23rd at Oregon City High and Monday, June 27th - June 30th at Oregon City High School. The cost is $130.00 per week or $210.00 for both weeks. 

Each week has a different emphasis which consists of teaching the fundamentals of either offense or defense. Week 1 the emphasis is defensive fundamentals and ball handling. Week 2’s emphasis is on offensive moves and shooting, with the use of videotape review. 

The camp stresses competitive games and contests that allow the players to put into practice what they have been taught. The last day is a basketball skill Olympics, where the players attempt to test their skills during competitive drills. There are daily awards and prizes for the winners of these competitions and all participants receive a camp T-shirt. 

The camp has been sold out every year because of its focus on the improvement of the participants and the enthusiasm it generates. The camp draws players from all over Clackamas County and the Portland area. The camp has been home to over 33 all state players and 8 high school All Americans.

The camps will run from 8:30-11:30 for girls entering 3rd-6th grades and 1:00-5:00 for girls entering 7th-9th grades. Limited enrollment allows for all instruction, drills, and games to be conducted on a 5 to 1 ratio. We limit the camp to 112 participants. 

The camp director is retired Oregon City coach Brad Smith. He has been a 3-time USA Today and WBCA National coach of the year. He was inducted into the Women’s basketball Hall of Fame on June 13, 2015. His teams have won 3 National championships, 10 state championships, and 23 league titles. If you need any more information on camps, clinic or tournaments go to our website

To enter fill out the ENTRY FORM and mail it with your check to:
Brad Smith, 11165 S. Parkland Ct., Oregon City, OR 97045


If you have any questions, please email or call:
Michelle Bugni 971-255-3089 or Kurt Guelsdorf 503-545-7495.

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Spring Open Gyms 2016

Spring Open Gyms start Tuesday April 5th and will run at least through the end of the school year... possibly later.

WHO: All interested girls, grades 4th - 7th *Player must reside in the Oregon City School District

WHENTuesdays and Thursdays | 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Beginning Tuesday, April 5th 2016

WHEREGardiner Middle School Gym 

There is no cost to attend Open Gyms!

Parents please do not just drop off your player! Check to make sure open gym has not been canceled or moved because of conflicts with unforeseen school events!! Open Gyms will not take place when school is closed or if there is a scheduled event such as an Open House, Conferences, or a Dance. We will announce dates as they are made available, you may also check out our calendar tab.

Open gyms are for any girl player who wishes to work on fundamentals, play games, scrimmage or just shoot baskets. You may come and go as you are able. The youth program and its coaches provide this time for players to have fun and to sharpen their skills. Our open gyms are run by the youth and HS coaches, and OC head coach Kurt Guelsdorf. Open gym is not just for those players who will be trying out for our competitive teams but for anyone wishing to have some fun and improve their basketball skills. Please come and give it a try, bring a friend, the more the merrier.

Equipment and Dress: Please bring non-marking gym shoes to change into. Street tennis shoes will not be allowed on the gym floor because of the damage they cause. Also, because of the high turnout of players, it is suggested you bring your own basketball. (Make sure it is clean, and your name is on it.) OCJGBA does have some basketballs available.

OCJGBA: Oregon City Junior Girls Basketball Association is the High Schools competitive youth program. We are overseen by the High School coaching staff and are the feeder program for the high school. For more information contact Kirk Klebaum at 503-449-8539.