News and Announcements
Please feel free to attend our BAC Annual Board Meeting on Sunday, January 13th at 7:00 PM at Chen Yang Li in Bow.
Thanks to the SNHU Men’s basketball team for teaching our students some skills tonight! The students had so much fun.
Bow Athletic Club (BAC) is pleased to announce that this coming Sunday, October 28, 2018 Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) Men’s Basketball Team will be holding a free basketball skills and drills at Bow High School (boys and girls (grades 3 through 8)) from 5:30 to 7 pm. There is no sign up for this event and players merely need to show up ready to play.
Players must bring their own basketball, sneakers and water bottle. Mouth guards are optional.
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Join the Booster Club in raising money to support our Capital Improvement project that will purchase bleachers for the Premiere Field at Bow High School by purchasing your “Sit on It” raffle ticket which will give you a 1 in 300 chance of winning the $10,000 Grand Prize!
Participation is easy! Purchase a raffle ticket for $100 dollars and you are entered!
The premiere field is used by many various athletic teams at the high school, middle school and elementary school level for soccer, cross country, football, cheer, track and field and lacrosse to name a few. Only 300 tickets will be sold with the winning ticket being drawn on Friday, December 14th at Bow High School Boys Varsity 7 pm Basketball game, you do not need to be present to win
10 additional winners will be awarded custom Bow Falcon Bleacher Seats thanks to our Bow Falcon Booster “Sit On It” raffle sponsor Bow Auto Parts!
Tickets can be purchased on line by visiting the booster club websites fund raising page at: http://www.bowboosterclub.com/copy-of-events
Thank you in advance for your support and good luck!
The Bow Falcon Booster Club
Just a reminder that the 3rd and 4th grade boys evaluations will be held Sunday night, October 21st at 6 pm – 6:45 pm @ Bow Elementary School for boys with the last names beginning with A through L. For boys with last names beginning with M-Z will be evaluated at 6:45 – 730 pm. Players should arrive at least 15 minutes early. We will have evaluation jerseys for the players to wear. Players should come to the evaluations wearing shorts, tshirt, sneakers, and a mouthguard (optional). Please be certain to bring a basketball and water bottle.
Due to the small size of Bow Elementary gym, we are asking parents to remain in the hallway during the evaluations.
You can expect your child to perform various drills in front of the BAC Basketball Committee, prospective coaches, assistant coaches and neutral evaluators (collectively “evaluators”). A portion of the evaluation will involve scrimmaging against other 3rd and 4th grade players. Every registered player will be assigned to a team (i.e. no players will be cut).
The process we have successfully used for several years is that an evaluator assigns a letter grade to each player, which is, in turn, converted to a number grade. The evaluators anonymously turn in their grades to a coordinator, in this case, Mark Murray, who will tabulate the results. The highest evaluated players (assuming they opted to be considered) may be assigned to a Manchester Suburban League (“MSL”) team and the remaining players are divided evenly between the remaining Merrimack Basketball League (“MBL”) teams. The “equal division” can be accomplished by a coaches’ draft of the players or by an arrangement between the basketball committee, or coaches’ or otherwise.
This year we have 48 players signed up to play, which means we anticipate having 6 teams of 8 or 9 players/team. Like year’s past, we plan to have one 3rd and 4th grade MSL team along with five additional MBL teams. It is anticipated that the MSL team will be determined Sunday night and the MBL teams shortly thereafter.
Should you have any additional questions or comments please contact Mark Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org), your 3rd and 4th grade boys’ coordinator this 2018-19 basketball season. We purposefully assign a coordinator to each group that does not have a personal interest in the outcome.