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Welcome!

In 2011, our inaugural girls AAU basketball team won the 7th Grade Girls State AAU Championship. Since that time, we have become Minnesota's fastest growing AAU basketball program.
 
With a faith-based approach, we offer our players and families a balance between athletics and other interests. Within this framework, skill development is top priority. We have demonstrated the ability to win championships and compete at a national level while staying true to our core values.
 
From 5th grade to college-bound, we offer team options to meet the needs of young athletes in our community. Thank you for considering Crossfire Basketball. For further information, contact girls@crossfirebb.org.

Coaching Opportunities

"A coach must never forget that he is a leader and not merely a person with authority."
-John Wooden
 
Boys Coaching - boys@crossfirebb.org
Girls Coaching - girls@crossfirebb.org

9th SCHUCK ENJOYING DOWN TIME IN HICKORY GYM

By MF 07/08/2018, 5:15pm CDT

9TH HERMAN GOES 5-1 AT USJN PREMIER IN INDY

By MF 07/08/2018, 10:45am CDT

5TH SOUTH END OF SEASON TEAM PIC

By MF 06/03/2018, 1:15pm CDT

6TH TEN HAKEN - 2ND AT STATE TOURNAMENT

By MF 05/21/2018, 9:30am CDT

5TH DAVISON - 3RD AT STATE TOURNAMENT

By MF 05/20/2018, 10:30am CDT

5th Davison - 2018 May Madness Champs!

By MF 05/14/2018, 4:45pm CDT

Congratulations to the Crossfire 5th Grade-Davison team for winning their division championship at the May Madness tournament on May 12-13!

5th South takes 1st at Midwest Kickoff

By MF 04/15/2018, 3:45pm CDT

Congratulations to the Crossfire South – 5th grade girls team for taking first place at the Midwest Kickoff Classic in Bloomington.  Great job, girls!

10th/St. John takes 2nd at Spring Showcase

By SB 04/09/2018, 3:30pm CDT

Congratulations to the Crossfire Girls 10th Grade/St. John team who finished in 2nd Place at the recent Spring Showcase tournament in St. Louis Park!

Kaylee Nelson Commits to UMD!

By MF 08/17/2017, 8:00pm CDT

Crossfire's Kaylee Nelson, a junior guard (class of 2019) from Roseville High School, has committed to play college basketball at the University of Minnesota - Duluth.

Kaylee was selected as a Suburban East All-Conference player as a Freshman. She missed the majority of her Sophomore season with a partial LCL tear, and has been was voted Captain for her upcoming Junior season.  Kaylee has been a standout player for Crossfire for several seasons.

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