LOBA is a sports-based organization designed to serve the community. We are a registered non-profit organization comprised of a great group of people who are dedicated to the development of our youth. We are taking initiative to make a difference in their lives.
meet the team
Greetings, my name is Coach Ken Wade. It would be a delightful pleasure to describe to you who I am as a trainer and a coach. I have over 30 years of coaching with a diverse age range. As a coach and trainer, I believe in players achieving their true potential that will help them develop and enhance their skills on and off
the court. I have an unwavering commitment to learning, and my extensive coaching experience and basketball IQ are supplemented by me obtaining high levels of coaching certificates. I am a winning coach, and I have coached many teams to championships, including:
• Centennial College Junior Varsity Men’s Basketball team to six Championships
• TTC All-Star (local 113) team to their 2017 Championship trophy in Detroit
• U16 Girls team to the OBA Championship in 2019
I have worked with many organizations such as Team Joseph Training, Centennial College Varsity Teams, and Toronto Transit Commission all-star team, and I also coached and trained at prep schools. I am passionate about working with players individually to enhance them to be competitive on the basketball courts.
I have a strong work ethic, and I am committed to teaching basketball IQ and skills in a manner that will assist players in excelling and performing at their maximum potential.
"Together, we are a team, win, lose, or draw; we are a family."
This Coming September, Lights out basketball academy will begin registration for the fall indoor session, held at Ellesmere Community Center. You can register yourself or others by filling out the form at the time under the "registration" tab of the website.
“I came into contact with LOBA. My daughter has been playing with the training team the last 2 years. Great team atmosphere and environment.
Her team practice has enabled her to attend the catholic school regional champion February 2020.”