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    June 1, 2013

    Todd MacCulloch Hoop School

    Basketball Manitoba, Sport Manitoba and Todd MacCulloch are excited to announce the 14th running of the Todd MacCulloch Hoop School Program. The TMHS is a program designed to teach Basketball fundamentals to children of inner city Winnipeg schools and is open to schools from the Winnipeg 1 School Division that host Grade 6-8 students. If your school is interested in hosting this program, please contact  Ian Dickey. Please indicate a head contact name for your school and a brief outline as to why your school is interested by Friday September 16, 2016.


    The program has been designed to teach basic basketball skills to inner city youth (ages 12-14) in a basketball camp environment. The program was initiated by Basketball Manitoba together with NBA player Todd MacCulloch. The program is completely funded by Todd MacCulloch and the Sport Manitoba Bi-Lateral Program and was written by Winnipeg native Garth McAlpine.

    Each fall, 7 inner city Winnipeg schools are selected to take part in the program. Each spring, 5 inner city Winnipeg schools are selected to take part in the program. Each school is given a head coach that together with coaches from the school take the participants through 8 specific sessions. The program traditionally runs October through December out of the 15 Winnipeg schools and April through June out of the 5 Winnipeg schools.

    Contents

    1. Overview
    2. Who is Todd MacCulloch?
    3. Message from Todd
    4. Current Schools & Coaches
    5. Frequently Asked Questions
    6. Get Involved  


    Who is Todd MacCulloch?

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    Todd MacCulloch was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and is a former professional basketball player in the NBA. A Winnipeg, Manitoba native, the 7'0", 280 lb center played four seasons in the NBA before being forced into early retirement because of Bi-Lateral Foot Neuropathy

    In his first two seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, MacCulloch played reserve center, averaging 9.4 minutes, 2.6 rebounds and just under 4 points in 56 and 63 games respectively from 1999 to 2001. In the 2001 off-season, he signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Nets and as their starting center averaged 9.7 points and 6.1 rebounds a contest. MacCulloch was then traded back to the 76ers for the 2002-2003 season, in which he averaged just under 20 minutes, 7.1 points, and 4.7 rebounds a contest. He went on the injured reserve list at mid-season, did not play the following season, and announced his retirement in September 2004.

    MacCulloch played for the Canadian national team of various sorts 93 times, most notably at the 2000 Sydney Olympics where the Canadians topped Yugoslavia to win their group only to lose to eventual silver medalist France in the quarterfinals and finish seventh.

    A graduate of Shaftesbury High School in Winnipeg, MacCulloch was in 1999 named Honorable Mention All-America as a senior at the University of Washington, when he averaged 18.7 points, 11.9 rebounds, and a .662 field goal percentage. He led the NCAA Division I in FGP in his final three years of college, only the second player ever to accomplish the feat. He was all-Pac Ten First Team selection in his final two years at Washington. He was drafted by the 76ers in the 2nd round (47th overall) of the 1999 NBA Draft.

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    “As a kid, I had a lot of opportunity to participate in basketball camps to help improve my game. Without these opportunities, I would not have been able to get to the next level. I am thrilled to be able to support a program that gives extra instruction to athletes to give them the opportunity to become the best that they can be.  I am glad to see all these deserving schools getting to take part in the program this year! I hope it is another great year for everybody!   Thanks again for everybody's hard work who is involved with the program."  - Todd MacCulloch  


    2014 Spring Schools & Coaches




    2013 Fall Schools & Coaches

    Boys participants from the Fall 2013 Todd Mac Hoop School Program 

    Girls participants from the Fall 2013 Todd Mac Hoop School Program


    2012 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • Tyndall Park School - Coached by Dennis Ponte
    • William Whyte Community School - Coached by Daniel West
    • Shaughnessy Park School - Coached by Matthew Honer
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Tim Smith
    • Principal Sparling School - Coached by Timothy Strachan
    • Kent Road School - Coached by Colin Harrison







    2011 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • Niji Mahkwa School - Coached by David Puff
    • Andrew Mynarski VC School  - Coached by Mark Neves
    • Kent Road School - Coached by Colin Harrison
    • William Whyte Community School - Coached by Daniel West 
    • Shaughnessy Park School - Coached by Matthew Honer 
    • General Wolf School - Coached by Jeff Prosken
    • Tyndall Park Community School - Coached by - Dennis Ponte
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Tim Smith






    2011 Spring Schools & Coaches

    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Mark Neves
    • Stanley Knowles School - Coached by Mitch Catacutan
    • Tyndall Park School - Coached by Dennis Ponte
    • Principal Sparling School - Coached by Michael Flett

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    2010 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • George V School - Coached by Mitch Catacutan
    • Andrew Mynarski VC School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
    • River Elm School - Coached by Herve Vincent
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis
    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Mark Neves
    • Hugh John Macdonald School - Coached by Mauricio Barra
    • Shaughnessy Park School - Coached by Matthew Honor
    • King Edward School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • Lord Selkirk School - Coached by Colton GrybaPrincipal
    • Sparling School - Coached by Mike Flett
    • David Livingstone School - Coached by Dennis Ponte
    • General Wolfe School - Coached by Paulo Queijo
    • Kent Road School - Coached by Colin Harrison


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    http://www.basketballmanitoba.ca/images/stories/events/TMHS/Fall2010/Girls.jpg



        2010 Spring Schools & Coaches

    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Mark Neves
    • Stanley Knowles School - Coached by Tai Puhawan
    • Hugh John Macdonald School - Coached by Colin Harrison
    • David Livingstone School - Coached by Dennis Ponte
    • Principal Sparling School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
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        2009 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Mark Neves
    • General Wolfe School - Coached by Paulo Quejo
    • George V School - Coached by Tai Puhawan
    • Glen Elm School - Coached by Doug MacGregor
    • Kent Road School - Coached by Colin Harrison
    • King Edward School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • Lord Selkirk School - Coached by Steven Mark
    • Mulvey School - Coached by Rhett Turner
    • River Elm School - Coached by Herve Vincent
    • Shaughnessy Park School - Coached by Matthew Honer
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis
    • Tyndall Park Community School - Coached by Mike Flett


        2009 Spring Schools & Coaches

    • Shaughnessy Park School - Coached by Mike Flett
    • King Edward School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • Mulvey School - Coached by Rhett Turner
    • Tyndall Park Community School - Coached by Tai Puhawan
    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Mark Neves
    • Hugh John Macdonald School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
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    http://www.basketballmanitoba.ca/images/stories/events/TMHS/Spring2009/2009girls.jpg



    2008 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • Andrew Mynarski School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
    • Cecil Rhodes School - Coached by Adam Khan
    • David Livingston School - Coached by Mauricio Barra
    • General Wolfe School - Coached by Doug MacGregor
    • King Edward Community School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • Lord Selkirk School - Coached by Heather Booy
    • Mulvey School - Coached by Rhett Turner
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis
    • William Whyte School - Coached by Mauricio Barra
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       2008 Spring Schools & Coaches 

    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis
    • Mulvey School - Coached by Rhett Turner
    • Stanley Knowles School – Coached by Jon Quiogue
    • High John MacDonald – Coached by Lenin Mangaron
    • Andrew Mynarski School - Coached by Jon Quiogue
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    (Note: There was a power failure at the end of the boys session - hence the dark picture!) 

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    2007 Fall Schools & Coaches

    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis
    • Andrew Mynarski School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Cheryl Jean-Paul
    • Mulvey School - Coached by Rhett Turner
    • William Whyte School - Coached by Tai Puhawan
    • King Edward Community School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • David Livingstone School - Coached by Jon Quiogue
    • General Wolfe School - Coached by Jim Anastasiadis


    2006 Fall Schools & Coaches 

    • Carpathia School - Coached by Lenin Mangaron
    • David Livingstone School - Coached by Jon Quiogue
    • Elmwood High School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld
    • St. John's High School - Coached by Jon Quiogue
    • William Whyte School - Coached by Ryan Isfeld

    More Info and Contact

    For more information on the Todd MacCulloch Hoops School program, please contact Ian Dickey.
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