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Boys Basketball

Rams 2018 Summer Youth Basketball Camps

The Ingraham boys basketball program is hosting three weeks of basketball camps this July. The camps are at Robert Eagle Staff Middle School and will be run by Ingraham’s Head Coach, Malcolm Mack, his staff, and the Ingraham High School basketball players. The camps offer skill development, team competition, individual competition and guest speakers. Our camps emphasize proper sportsmanship, character development, respect for each other and the game of basketball, and having fun! Hope to see you there!

Register online here or fill out and submit the registration form.


Boys entering 4th and 5th grades

July 9-13, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Cost: $175, Camp T-shirt included

Boys entering 6th and 7th grades

July 16-20, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Cost: $190, Camp T-shirt included

Boys entering 8th and 9th grades

July 23-27, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Cost: $195, Camp T-shirt included

Rams Select Basketball

Rams Select Basketball is a new competitive basketball program for boys currently in 6th, 7th or 8th grade who plan on attending Ingraham High School or live within the school’s reference area.  The program offers one practice and one training session per week during the spring, summer and fall AAU seasons. Our teams play in WTA tournaments a couple times per month. The cost is $350 per season.

Please contact coach Malcolm Mack if you are interested.

Join us for the first annual

Ingraham Basketball Golf Classic!

Friday, July 20th, 2018

This event is a fundraiser for the boy’s basketball program at Ingraham High School. Come enjoy a round of golf at Jackson Park while helping support our program.  See you on the links!

Sign up here.


Metro League Boys Basketball

Metro League Schedule and Information here


Head Coach:  

Malcolm Mack
(509) 675-8549

Asst. Coach:  

Chris Harrison
(206) 473-1445

JVC Coach:  

Joe Hardy
(570) 204-4197

Parent Liaison: 

David Saxen
(206) 890-4832


Frequently Asked Questions

(updated November 2016)

Are there volunteer opportunities available for me to help the team?
Absolutely!  Please contact Coach Mack or the team parent if you are interested in getting involved.
I am new to Ingraham, where can I find more general information about the team and how to get involved with Ingraham Athletics?
Contact the team parent  and/or get involved with IABC (Ingraham Athletic Booster Club).  More details at the IABC portion of this site.
What is the usual practice time and locations during the season?
2017-18 Boys Varsity and JV practices are to be determined, but will likely from about 5:00 to 7:00 pm.  This school year will be a bit later due to the later start time. 
When are tryouts?
Tentatively, Monday, November 13, and Tuesday, November 15.  Times will be posted on the team calendar.  

What should I bring to tryouts?
All-white t-shirt that athlete can write number on with sharpie

  • dark shorts
  • basketball shoes
  • water bottle

NOTE: Basketball shoes are required during tryouts, practices and games.  When buying new shoes, please try to get shoes that are primarily Ingraham colors (royal blue and white) to coordinate with the team’s uniforms.

What are the school and district academic requirements for eligibility?

  • Player must have a 2.0 GPA at grade checks
  • Player cannot have 2 E’s in one grade check
  • Player must participate in a minimum of 10 practices
  • Player must be in ALL classes on game day ( please no Dr. appointments game days, if possible)
  • No tobacco, drugs, or alcohol before during or after games or on school premises. Automatic 2 game suspension.

Player Eligibility/Game Suspensions: 5-week suspension if a player does not make grades!

Will the athletes miss any class time due to away games? If so, how is that situation coordinated between teachers and the athletic department?
Students will be excused from the classes they may miss due to travel.  All traveling students will be given a reminder to give to their teachers the day before competition in regards to them missing class.

Is there a website available that lists game schedules, standings, etc?
The best source of up-to-date schedule information during the season is the metro league website.  

How will athletes and parents receive communication about last minute changes regarding games schedules, transportation, etc?
All coaches will communicate by email, text messages, or by phone call.