The Quinn Keast Foundation is launching a series of Basketball Clinics in the lower mainland which are intended to give players the opportunity to practice and build their skills in their high school environment.
We are offering a 1.5 hour session tailored to the age and ability of the players. If there is a specific area you would like to see us focus on, then we can customize a program for your players.
There is no charge for the clinics, we simply need access to your gym and need you as a coach or Athletic Director to put the word out to your team(s); we will handle the rest! (OK - we are going to ask for a donation of a non-perishable food item which will be donated to the North Shore Food Bank.)
If this is of interest to you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a great group of North Shore talent that is really excited to work with the kids!
Kristen Hughes : Kristen played for the Handsworth Royals and helped captain the Senior Girls Team to the highest placement in the BC Provincials at the time. She was the recipient of the HSBC Full-Tuition Scholarship and went on to play for three years at UVIC and one year at UBC, playing second in the CIS that year.
Jamie Keast : Jamie played for the Handsworth Royals from 2001-2006, playing senior basketball for three years. Jamie played on several traveling teams throughout her five years at Handsworth and now coaches their Senior Girls Basketball Team.
Digby Leigh Jr. : Digby Jr. played for the Handsworth Royals from 2000-2004. He also played on the U-16 Provincial Team in 2002, North Shore All-Star Traveling Team in 2003 (Australia), and the 2004/2005 UBC Thunderbirds JV Team.
Cam Mowat : Cam also played for the Handsworth Royals from 2000-2004 and went on to play at Bishops University as a power forward for 5 years, captaining it for his last two years. For the last three years, Cam has helped coach the Handsworth Senior Boys basketball team.
Leslie Sacre: Leslie played for South Delta Secondary where she was a two-time BC All-Star. She went on to play for Louisiana State University. More recently, Leslie has coached for Handsworth, Argyle, South Delta, Seaquam, BC Basketball Centre for Performance and Regional Training Centers.
Sean Ashkenazy: Sean Played at Handsworth and won numerous all-star and MVP awards along the way. He also played on the BC U-17 Red team and went on to play three years at Capilano University. Most recently, Sean played his last year at the University of the Fraser Valley.
Scott Ramsay: Scott has been coaching basketball in BC for 12 years, first at Handsworth Secondary and now Terry Fox Secondary.