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Blaine High School Girls Basketball

December 21st - Alumni Night

The annual JV/Varsity vs. Alumni game will be Saturday, December 21st from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at BHS. Pizza and drinks will be provided for the players after the game!


Blaine High School Girls Basketball Shoot-A-Thon

Due to our last two MYAS basketball tournament fundraisers being cancelled, Blaine High School Girls Basketball will host a team wide Shoot-a-Thon on January 18th to help recover the funds we lost.

During the event every player will shoot 50 free throws. We are asking each player to find family and friends to sponsor each MADE free throw. Sponsors can PLEDGE anything from .25 cents to 10 dollars per shot made or make a one-time DONATION. Please help us reach our goal!

Click Here to Sponsor a Player Today!


Please Help Support the Compass Program Food Shelf Drive

Blaine Girls High School Basketball is helping to support the Compass Program Food Shelf Drive. We are asking our basketball families to donate any of the items listed below. 

Players are asked to bring their donated items to either of the two practices on December 27th or December 30th. We will have a Booster member there to collect your donations.

Below is a list of the items Compass would like to receive
(* indicates highest needed items/most needed):

Hygiene Items

  • Men's & women's deodorant
  • Men's & women's body wash (3-in-1s for men are good)
  • Body lotion (scented and unscented)
  • Shampoo & conditioner for Afro-textured and non-textured hair
  • lip balm
  • *Toilet paper
  • *Kleenex (regular boxes)

Snack Items

  • Applesauce cups/pouches
  • Fruit snacks 
  • Pudding 
  • Cereal bars  

Easy to Prep Foods

  • Oatmeal  
  • Crackers 
  • *Peanut butter and jelly 
  • *Macaroni and cheese (boxed and easy mac)
  • *Canned chicken/ tuna soup
  • *Easy-cook meals (Hamburger Helper-type)
  • *Canned fruit
  • *Canned vegetables
  • *Spaghetti & sauce
  • *Ramen
  • *Cereal 

About Compass Programs
Compass Programs help meet the learning and behavior needs of students who are in transition because of change or crisis in their lives. The goals of the programs are to maintain students' academic progress and to provide support and guidance to help them gain stability and integrate successfully back into their neighborhood school. All of these programs are temporary placements that target specific needs that affect a student's ability to remain in their neighborhood school.   


"Whatever it takes! FINISH!"


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