FCHEBL-Where Good Players Become BETTER!

FCHEBL - EST. 1997  



After 22 wonderful years we have decided to discontinue FCHEBL. 

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause those who have been waiting to register.   Due to circumstances beyond our control (we got older) and numerous other factors, it was impossible to continue at the level FCHEBL has provided in the past. 

Thank you to the nearly 4000 talented athletes from at least 500 Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa high schools who have attended FCHEBL over the years.  Our sincere thank you to all the parents for getting their sons and daughters into FCHEBL and the many high school coaches who encouraged their players to attend.   

Thank you to the hundreds of college coaches who recruited FCHEBL players over the years.   We have enjoyed following the players college and in some instances professional sports careers. 

FCHEBL coaches, referees, workers, gatekeeper, trainer and everyone who contributed in the past 22 years, thank you for making it all possible.  The 5 Sundays of FCHEBL each fall, though hectic, were some of our happiest and most memorable times. 

A special thank you to Coach Noon and WLC for the opportunity to use the wonderful facilities.

 To my family: Kay, Lance, Carrie, Melissa, Matt, Luke & Josh, thank you for making this dream come true and last as long as it has. FCHEBL wouldn’t have happened without you.


Kay & I will miss all of you.

With a tear, we wish you God’s Blessings,


Coach Kent Meyer



Future Collegiate High Exposure Basketball League is a Sunday basketball SHOWCASE that invites highly talented girls and girls from WI, IA, and IL. FCHEBL prepares athletes for the upcoming season, provides opportunity to play with and against the "best" while giving college coaches an opportunity to see you play.






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   Future Collegiate High Exposure Basketball League 

2018 Contest Winners


Mattie Schimenz Jr from Brown Deer won the Speed Dribbling Contest.





Braylin Smith won the 3 Point Contest.





Kaitlyn Matrise from St. Joe's Catholic Academy Racine, WI won the Freethrow Contest.








Carson Neil from Winnebago Lutheran Academy 1st in the Speed

Dribbling Contest.

Brad Brewer from Slinger got 2nd in the Speed Dribbling Contest.









 Zach Loehr from Winnebago Lutheran Academy won the 3pt Contest making 8 out of 10 Winner.


Gabe Riska from Waterford won the Freethrow Contest making 10 out of 10. 





Team Rosters are posted in Boys League & Girls League in Roster to find player Names

2018 Winning Team Photos