Level Up Your Game With
Courthouse Basketball Club

The Courthouse Basketball Club will build character, establish and reinforce fundamentals, and prepare young players for the next level of play. We are building the best place to hoop, learn, compete, and grow. Join us!

Boys and Girls Teams
for middle school and high school players

Build Skills, Team, and Personal Development

Tournament Play

APRIL 1st – MAY 31st
Season Includes:
4 Tournaments
2 ninety-minute practices every week
Full Membership Access to Courthouse Clubs during season
Game Uniforms & Practice Gear Included
JULY 9th – 11th
• Grades: Elementary & Middle School
• Location: West Salem Courthouse
• Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
• Duration: 3 days
• Cost: $75
JULY 15th – 17th
• Grades: High School
• Location: West Salem Courthouse
• Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
• Duration: 3 days
• Cost: $75
If you are interested in development for your athlete that focuses on individual skills or speed and agility training, we offer private lessons with our Coaches.

To inquire further about private lessons, please fill out the contact form below.
Club Director Tyler Lewis

With a coaching journey spanning back to 2007, I have dedicated over 15 years to the development and success of basketball teams at the 6A school level. My coaching philosophy is a blend of passion, versatility, and a deep commitment to both individual player growth and team success.

Reflecting on the coaching journey, what stands out is not the records or points scored, but the lasting impact on players’ lives. Many former players recall not just the game strategies but how I made them feel – an approach aimed at making them better players and, more importantly, better individuals.

Performance-wise, I take pride in a highly successful overall record and the privilege of being part of coaching staffs that have clinched multiple state tournaments. Witnessing former players ascend to high-level college and professional basketball is not just a testament to their skills but also a reflection of the values instilled during our time together.

My coaching style is a dynamic mix of laid-back and intense, always seizing opportunities to impart life lessons while emphasizing fundamental skills and expanding players’ basketball IQ. I have a educational background, so I approach coaching with the lens of creating scaffolded learning opportunities, tailoring drills to support player development effectively.

The core values of my coaching philosophy are rooted in development, character, accountability, and integrity. Beyond the court, I place significant emphasis on fostering relationships. The friendships I have formed with coaches and players, now extending beyond the confines of the game, are cherished aspects of my coaching journey.

In creating a successful program, I integrate team bonding opportunities early on, emphasizing that the team belongs to the players, with my role being to guide and support them in building it to its fullest potential.