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Our site is designed to offer parents, participants and the community exciting news and information regarding our basketball programs.

Our programs are designed to provide Hastings Area youth an opportunity to play organized basketball in a positive and motivational environment. We do this by providing learning and development opportunities at a competitive pace. Participants will develop basketball skills, leadership abilities, self confidence and they will learn how to successfully interact with others to achieve a common objective. We hope all participants develop a pure joy of the game, and learn the value of basketball as a lifetime fitness activity.

New information is added to this site often so feel free to check back frequently. 

Melissa Bernatz

Melissa Bernatz

President - Hastings Basketball Boosters

Phone: 651-226-0299

Boys Program 4th-12th grade

Boys Program 4th-12th grade

Girls Program 4th-12th grade

Girls Program 4th-12th grade

10,000 Shot Club 2021

Covid Protocol Update

Update from ISD 200 on  1/17/2022-

We are following the protocols developed by ISD 200 taking into account the protocols recommended by MSHSL

Covid Positives:

  • If your child has a confirmed case, please notify Amanda Hadler ( immediately.
  • Once the HBB is made aware of a positive case we will notify parents as necessary.
  • Students who test positive will be required to isolate for a reduced period of five (5) days. The five-day isolation period starts with day zero being the first day of symptoms OR the day the positive test was taken (whichever is first).  Isolation may end after five full days if a student is fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication and their other symptoms have improved. 

  • 1. They must remain fully masked at all times.  There are NO EXCEPTIONS to this requirement.  Coaches and parents are 100% responsible for supporting, monitoring and enforcing this stipulation.   

  • 2. They are not allowed to participate in any competition of any kind until Day 11.    While they can practice or train (fully masked) on days 6-10, they cannot compete in a game or event or tournament until day 11, at which time they will not need to mask.  Coaches are responsible for confirming this date and applying it accordingly.
  • If a student is unable to follow rules put forth they will be asked to quarantine until day 11.

Covid Close Contact (vaccinated means 2 weeks after your second shot)

  • Vaccinated athletes or athletes who had Covid in the past 90 days do not need to quarantine and should monitor for symptoms. Proof of vaccination required. 

  • Unvaccinated athletes who are close contact:

    • May return to athletic practice on day six (6) without masks if they are not experiencing symptoms and are fever free without the use of fever-reducing medication. The “day count” for close-contact quarantines in particular begins on the last confirmed day of interaction with the COVID positive person, not when the COVID positive person took their test or started symptoms. 

    • They may return to competition anytime after day six.



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