Hanover Jr Wildcat Basketball: Welcome

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Wednesday, August 20


 Click Here to Visit Our New Web Site

The Hanover Junior Wildcats Basketball program is tipping off another season of its basketball league for 1st – 6th grade students and we want your child to be a part of it! Junior Wildcats is Home to over 380 kids within the community. There are both Girls and Boys Divisions. The Junior Wildcat’s purpose is to develop,promote and administer the game of basketball while focusing on the fundamentals for the kids.



Click Here to Visit Our New Site


President Jim Zerby @ 219-310-9442

  • Boys Vice President Josh Verbish @ 219-333-6069 for more information.




    Hanover Jr. Wildcats  P.O. Box 892 Cedar Lake, In 46303

    Links to Hanover News

    NWI Times article click on link above


     About the Site:
    You will need to set up an eteamz account
    in order to access Teams, Rosters, Stats and Albums.
    Only Members may access the above pages.  O
    nce your account is setup,
    from the menu on the leftside of the screen,
    lick on:

    "Links" Or click here for the latest Hanover Sports News 

    "My Site News" for the latest information about League.
    "Albums" to view photographs from League events.
    "Teams" to access your favorite team's home page and subsites.

    "Schedules" to see League and All-Star Schedules.
    "Standings" to see what place your favorite team is in.
    "Sponsors" to view the wonderful businesses and friends who support our League.
    "Handouts" to access downloadable information about the League.
    "Board" to get contact information about League representatives.

    Enjoy the site! Please let us know if you have any problems with the site. 


    The material and/or activity is neither sponsored, promoted, or endorsed by Hanover Community School Corporation; and The sponsoring organization agrees that the Hanover Community School Corporation, as well as its individual School Board members, administrators, teachers, and other employees, will be held harmless by the sponsoring organization for any liability, cost, damage, and attorney fees that result directly or indirectly from the material contained in the distributed literature and from the programs conducted by the sponsoring organization.