Late Fall Basketball Leagues. November 15 - December 19, 2021. Sign Up for Updates. Thank you to our fall youth sports sponsors, Ufberg Dental and Tamburrino Orthodontics . The YMCA is a cause-driven charitable organization that provides financial assistance for programs. Ask us for details.
Challenge your team in our year-round competitive basketball league. The Beaverton Hoop YMCA is the only local organization that runs league games every fall, winter, spring, and summer. Join the best teams in the area.
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YMCA BASKETBALL LEAGUE 2021-22 Winter Season . ONLY if mandated rules change . AS OF NOW THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS. Please read ALL of the follow rules that will be implemented due to general changes or Covid-19 restrictions of only being able to function at a 50% capacity.
The YMCA has partnered with Foundation for Success and basketball instructor Patrick Barnett to provide group basketball lessons. These lessons are split into two age groups, ages 5-9 and ages 10+. Group basketball lessons will help students improve their fundamentals in basketball, assist with the understanding of how to play the sport the right way, and how to be a successful person overall.
Youth Basketball Leagues From building stronger skills to gaining self-confidence, basketball at the Y is about more than just the game, it is about building the whole child, from the inside out. Professionally trained coaches’ focus on building players’ core skills such as ball handling, defense, offense, rebounding, shooting, conditioning and more.
This league focuses on teaching the fundamentals of basketball. Rec + – (Ages 6-16) Recreational model with emphasis on skill development and travel games to other centers in the district. Within this league you will be traveling to other YMCA’s to play games, and also getting extra instruction from the TNBA (The National Basketball Academy) once a week.
Billings Family YMCA. 402 North 32nd Street Billings, MT 59101 (406)248-1685 (406)248-3450 Contact Us
YMCA sports director: How I help kids win the game of life Picture this: Basketball, eight 3- to 4-year-olds on two teams of four, four quarters of six minutes — and not one of these kids has ever played organized basketball before.