Welcome to the home page of the JTAA Jupiter Jaguars Travel Basketball Club. This site has been designed to help the Coaches, Team Managers, Parents and Players communicate. Herein, you will find information on Board of Directors, Coaches, Teams, Team Resources (Forms, Online Registration, Practice Schedules, Trainers, etc.), Sponsors and much more.
We hope that your Sons and Daughters grow from this experience. Competitive sports are a wonderful venue for learning important lessons like perseverance, practice, team commitment, self control and grace in victory and defeat. We are all here to set a daily example of these life skills that will help our children as they grow and integrate into society.
The Jupiter Jaguars are currently holding open tryouts for the 2016-2017 Travel Basketball season. Tryouts are conducted at the discretion of each particular coach. If you are interested in having your son or daughter try out for a team, please contact the head coach for your specific age group. For specific tryout times by age group, please click here.
If your Head Coach has contacted you and selected your player to participate on one of our Jupiter Jaguar Travel Basketball teams, click here to register. Only selected players should register.
All Players, Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Team Managers, Jam Coordinators and Committee Members must be registered with our program. Click here to register as a volunteer.
Practice Schedules are emailed to the Head Coaches. Please contact your coach for your practices times and locations.
The JTAA would like to welcome our new basketball trainer, Keyon Carter.
Keyon grew up in West Palm Beach, and has gone on to play at both the Division I, and professional levels.
After attending Suncoast High School for three years, Keyon transferred to William T. Dwyer. Where under the tutelage of Hall of Fame coach Fred Ross, he blossomed into an All-State performer.
Keyon played collegiately at Old Dominion University. During his tenure there, he appeared in 3 NCAA Tournaments, and won 2 conference championships.
Professionally, Keyon has spent last four years playing in Europe and Asia, most recently in Japan.
Growing tired of living abroad, Keyon started Varsity Basketball Training. A company aimed at developing the next generation of Palm Beach County basketball. For more information please visit: www.varsitybasketballtraining.com.
“I’m eager to helps aspiring young players get better!” – Keyon Carter
“In my program, a player needs only one thing to improve, the courage to try.” – Keyon Carter
Beginning in 2016, the Jupiter Jaguars Travel Basketball Program will award scholarship(s) totaling $1,500 in memory on Hunter Ross.
Hunter was an integral part of the Jaguar program for so many years, and affected so many players, that the Jupiter Jaguar Travel Basketball Board has established this $1,500 scholarship in his name.
Twelfth grade seniors, who have played Jupiter Jaguar Basketball during their basketball career, are eligible to apply.
We will present the scholarship check(s) to the player(s) selected to receive the scholarship, during the Jupiter Jam, which runs April, 29 2016- May 1, 2016.
Please send an e-mail, 200 – 250 words, by April 1, 2016, to the Travel basketball Director, Scott Warburton, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include in that e-mail the life lessons, basketball lessons and the impact Hunter had on you.
Remember, Hunter made every player feel, regardless of skill level, age, race, sex effort, talent or desire, that they were the most important person to him.