The Tri-County Thunder program now maintains one of only 14 teams competing in the Juel League of Ontario established to develop competitive players and deliver a platform to be scouted to compete in a post-secondary institution both across the country and internationally.
2011 – Finished Second & Won League Consolation
2012 – Finished Third & Forth in the League
2013 – Tied for Fifth in League
2014 – Head Coach, Craig Nickel, Coach of the Year
2014 – Finished Second in the League
Juel Prep Finished Tied for 5th in the League
2015 – League Champions (24 – 2 Regular Season Record)
Juel Prep Finished 3rd in the League
Juel Prep All Academic Team
2016 – Juel Finished Second in the League (15 – 4)
Juel Prep Finished 3rd in the League (17 – 2)
2017 – Juel Finished Second in the League
2018 – Juel Finished Second in the League (20 – 2)
Players within this program demand attention from local basketball post-secondary institutions and attract inquiries from coaches and scouts south of the boarder.
Skills camps are hosted throughout the year and run by guest-coaches from the women’s basketball program at Windsor, Ontario, Acadia, Nova Scotia, and Memorial, Newfoundland.
Alumni from this program have achieved recognition within their post-secondary programs and continue to impact the leagues they progress in as they build on the skill development that was established within the Tri-County Thunder girls basketball club.