Our Youth Recreational Basketball League is one of our most popular programs! We have a Winter (November-February), Spring (March-June) and Summer (July-September) league so your son or daughter can play throughout the year! Our league gives young athletes the opportunity to learn basic skills, fundamentals and sportsmanship. Teams are grouped by age and ability. These youth basketball leagues fill up fast!
Please don’t hesitate to contact our Athletic Director Steve Shelton for more information and questions.
SUMMER 2019 Recreational Basketball League
1st-3rd Grade Coed
4th-6th Grade Coed
7th-9th Grade Coed
10th-12th Grade Boys
NOTE: Grade is based on 2019-20 school year.
Season: July 21st – Sept. 30th
Game Dates: Aug. 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, Sept. 7th, 15th (Sunday), 22nd (Sunday), 28th & 29th (Sunday).
Monday, July 8th
1st-3rd Coed 6:00-6:45pm
4th-6th Coed 6:45-7:45pm
7th-9th Coed 7:45-8:30pm
Monday, July 15th
1st-3rd Coed 6:30-7:15pm (make up)
4th-6th Coed 7:15-8:15pm (make up)
Tuesday, July 16th
7th-9th Coed 6:30-7:30pm (make up)
10th-12th Boys 7:30-8:30pm
NOTE: All participants need to attend one of the evaluation sessions for their grade division.
Registration Deadline: Sunday, July 14th
Individual: $95 Members/$115 Non-members
Team Pricing: $600*
*Practice elsewhere, play games at the Park and we provide team shirts.
VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED
Have fun and be a part of your athlete’s experience by volunteering your time to their team. Every season we are in need of coaches who love kids and youth sports. No coaching experience is necessary, but basic knowledge of basketball is needed. IF INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEER COACHING PLEASE CONTACT Steve Shelton.
Everyone knows practice makes perfect and we offer specialized training for upcoming basketball stars!
CP3 Academy Skills & Drills Now Expanding At Proehlific Park!
Monday - Thursday Nights From 5:30-6:30pm
Skills & Drills is the “meat and potatoes” of our organization, where athletes are given information to improve their basketball IQ and their game. That information is applied and implemented in an immediate setting, then taken and worked on as often as possible to create habit and instinct in basketball functions.
There are up to 40 athletes in a session, so a very common talking point is to “compete not compare.” Athletes are constantly reminded that their individual improvement is based on their work ethic and attitude, and not the athlete next to them.
Additional Questions? Please Contact Julian Flack (336) 312-5579
Winter 2018-2019 Middle and High School Recreational Basketball League
Middle & High School Divisions
6th-8th Grade Girls
6th/7th Grade Boys REC
6th/7th Grade Boys CHALLENGE
8th/9th Grade Boys REC
8th/9th Grade Boys CHALLENGE
10th-12th Grade Boys CHALLENGE
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