The HYBA Town basketball program meets once per week and runs for approximately eight weeks, weather permitting, beginning in early December through mid-February.
· Girls and Boys in K- 1st grade will play in a clinic format on Sundays for 1 hour per session.
· Boys and girls in 2nd – 8th grade will be divided into teams. Town grade coordinators will select coaches, organize teams, and prepare schedules for season play. Boys games for grades 3rd - 8th will be played on Saturdays. Boys in 2nd grade and girls in grades 2nd and 3rd will play on Sundays and assigned a 75-minute time slot. The 3rd-8th Town program plays on Saturdays during 75-minute time slots. The format is a blend of practice time followed by a game for grades 2nd-8th.
· Coaches are 100% parent volunteer and volunteers are needed at all levels. You can sign up during the registration process or by contacting HYBA at [email protected]
Tentative Schedule: Grade coordinators will be contacting families regarding specific teams / times closer to the start date. Please note that the schedule is subject to change based on the school schedule.
· Saturdays and Sundays (8 weeks)
· Starts early to mid-December
· K/1 Clinic: Sunday mornings (After registration closes, players will be assigned to a 60-minute time slot)
· Girls 2nd/3rd grade: Sunday early/mid-afternoon (After registration closes, players will be assigned to a 75-minute time slot)
· Boys 2nd grade: Sunday early/mid-afternoon (After registration closes, players will be assigned to a 75-minute time slot)
· Boys 3rd -8th grade: Saturdays afternoons
Jerseys: Players enrolled in K-1st grade will receive a t-shirt to wear to the basketball clinic. T-Shirts will be handed out at the first session. Players in grades 2nd-8th will wear a red reversible pinnie or practice jersey which may be ordered though Tri-Valley Sports in Medway. A separate notification will be sent once the online store is open.
HYBA will continue to monitor and follow state, CDC, and Metrowest guidelines to protect the safety of participants. Participation in HYBA programming during the COVID-19 pandemic is a risk. Parents and guardians of HYBA participants as well as coaches take sole responsibility for their risk. The season could end at any time due to state guidelines or based on the discretion of the HYBA Board of Directors.