What: 2021 Coach Jake Timm Basketball Camp
Who: For Girls Grades 3-8 (Fall ‘21)
Where: Assumption High School
When: June 14-17
Session I: for grades 6-8, Starts 8:30 a.m./Ends 10:30 a.m.
Session II: for grades 3-5, Starts 11 a.m./Ends 12:30 p.m.
Cost: $50 for Session I or Session II.
DOWNLOAD: 2021 Coach Jake Timm Girls Basketball Camp Registration Form
Payment: Make checks payable to: Assumption High School
• Individual skill instruction by current and former Assumption players and coaches
• Competitive game situations and emphasis on both offensive and defensive skills
• Individual and Team contests and awards + Assumption Basketball T-shirt!
Contact: Head Coach Jake Timm at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be a State Sendoff event, Sunday, February 28, at 4:00 p.m., at Rookies Sports Bar, for the Assumption Girls Basketball Team.
There will be a light program, which will include auction items.
State Shirts will be available for pickup for those that ordered online earlier this week.
Lastly, for anyone either going to the event or not, there is a method to donate money to assist covering State expenses. To donate, visit this link, and in the designation section select “other”, and in the other designation section type ” Booster Club- Girls Basketball State”
We thank you for your support, and wish the girls well.
ASSUMPTION is the #8 seed and will be designated the AWAY team for its game on Monday, March 1 at 5:00PM. ASSUMPTION fans should purchase tickets in the following sections: 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.iowaeventscenter.com/. Masks are required at all times in Wells Fargo Arena.
COVID-Related Guidelines and Protocols
All fans/spectators are REQUIRED to wear a mask at all times in Wells Fargo Arena.
ALL SEATS are reserved. Fans should sit in the seats purchased as listed on the ticket.
Social distancing for fans/spectators is REQUIRED in Wells Fargo Arena.
All bags and purses are subject to search by Wells Fargo Arena security prior to spectator entry. No
outside food or drink is allowed to be carried into the arena by spectators. Wells Fargo Arena has
implemented a clear bag policy for all events. A maximum size of 12″x6″xI2″ is permitted.
Exceptions will be made for bags containing items required for medical, family, or childcare.
Please refer to the Iowa Events Center policies:
All tickets will be sold in reserved pods and on a per game basis. Fans will be asked to clear the Arena
following each game.
Fans should enter through south entrances.
Fans exiting the arena will be directed to leave through the north doors.
Fans should plan on arriving no earlier than 30 minutes prior to scheduled game time.
It is strongly encouraged that tickets be purchased online in advance. Ticket buyers are also encouraged
to select mobile or print-at-home ticket delivery.
Wells Fargo Arena has three seating levels. The 100 Level, referred to as the lower bowl, will be sold
first. Ifmore seats are needed, the 200 Level will be made available and subsequently the 300 Level,
also known as the upper deck. All tickets are for a specific seating location for the one game purchased.
All tickets are $10 per game, additional fees may apply. Wells Fargo Arena does not accept checks.
Advance tickets are available for purchase either at the Wells Fargo Arena Box Office, by telephone at
866-553- 2457, or through the Wells Fargo Arena website (www.iowaeventscenter.com).
There is no public seating on the floor level of the arena.
Who Must Hold a Ticket
All spectators who require use of a seat must purchase a ticket. Cost is $10 per game; additional fees
may apply. Doors will open 60 minutes prior to tip-off of the first game of each day and then
approximately 30 minutes for each subsequent game or once the arena is cleared from the previous
game. There will be a “no re-entry” policy for Wells Fargo Arena to help manage social distancing and
spectator traffic flow. Pass outs will not be allowed. Spectators will need to purchase a ticket if they
leave the arena and wish to return the same day.
Spectators of advancing teams may purchase tickets for the semifinal and/or championship rounds
online or at the box office following their team’s game. Purchasing tickets online is recommended and
encouraged to avoid lines in the box office lobby. Box office windows at the southwest entrance to the
arena will sell tickets for future rounds at any time. Please note the main box office is located on the
lower level in the southwest comer of the building and outside of the ticketed area.
Reserved Pod Seating Guidance
When purchasing reserved seating pods, the home team spectators (BEST OR TOP SEED (IF #4 AND
#5 PLAY, #4 IS THE BEST OR TOP SEED) should sit on the team bench side of the arena. Visiting
team spectators (LOWER SEED) should sit across from the team bench in the arena.
Home Team Sections: 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 124
Visiting Team Sections: 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120
Due to the capacity limitations this year, fans will NOT be allowed to greet their teams in the Main
Lobby/Concourse area of Wells Fargo Arena following games. Team/fan gatherings must occur offsite.
Schools will be sent a specific link for pre-sale of a limited number of student tickets in the same
section for each game. Student tickets are for reserved seats. Schools should clearly communicate to
students attending the game that social distancing is required and they should sit in the seat indicated
on the ticket purchased. These tickets will be available for sale in pods of 4 or 6. Once all student
section tickets are sold, students may still purchase tickets in the same manner as the general public.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES FOR STUDENTS.
Individual vehicle parking is available in the lot immediately north of Community Choice Credit Union
Convention Center. The lot charge is $7. Other parking options include parking ramps at 7th and
Crocker, 5th and Grand, and 4th and Locust. A map showing access to Wells Fargo Arena, on-site
parking, downtown parking, and skywalk routes is located at the following web site:
As many have seen or heard, Governor Reynolds updated the attendance guidelines for high school sports on Thursday. The Assumption Administration will be determining how these new guidelines can be safely incorporated into our athletic attendance for games and contests and will be making an announcement concerning home game attendance early next week.
There will be no attendance changes for this weekend’s (Jan. 8-9) contests. Attendance will continue to be limited to those with school issued gate passes for AWAY games or those that are household members of players and coaches for HOME games.
Dear Knight Nation,
As a result of our Governor’s recent proclamation, we will have significant limitations when it comes to spectators at our high school athletic events this winter. Hopefully these limitations will only be temporary and soon we will have all of our Knights back! In the meantime, we will follow all guidelines that we have been given in regards to hosting events at our facilities and well as when we travel to contests.
Each player is allowed (2) two “Gate Passes” for the game that they will participating in. They will be given these gate passes in advance so they can distribute them to whomever they choose. Fans can only attend the game that their student is participating in. When we have multiple games, we ask that fans leave following their student’s contest and not arrive until their student is scheduled to play. These same procedures will also be in place for away contests.
Anyone that attends will be required to wear a face covering at all times and maintain social distancing from those not normally in your family group. Please do not attend our events if you have any symptoms or if you have been exposed to someone that has tested positive for Covid-19. All in attendance will be directed to their seating areas and are expected to sit where assigned. No one will be allowed to sit directly behind the team benches.
It is with great hope that this will only be a short term protocol for our events and we appreciate your understanding and support. All varsity contests will be live streamed and can be viewed at no charge. More information will be available soon.
Good Luck to our Assumption Winter Sport Athletes!
Head Coach: Mr. Jake Timm
Open Gyms: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
Practice Starts: Monday, Nov. 9, 2020
Parent Meeting: Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. in Figge Library
Requirements: All players must have current Physical and Heads Up Concussion forms on file with the Athletic Office.