House basketball registration is now open. For more information on the house program please click on the link below.
Open enrollment for girls ends 9/2/14, and for boys on 11/30/14.
Please Use links below to register for house basketball.
Travel basketball registration is now open. For more information on the travel program please click on the link below.
Open enrollment for both girls and boys travel ends 9/2/14.
Please Use links below to register for travel basketball.
Little hoopsters is an introductory basketball program for kindergarten boys and girls. The objective of the program is to expose the kids to basketball fundamentals in a non-competitive environment.
Skills learned will include dribbling, passing, shooting, and defensive stance.
Each child will receive an age appropriate basketball on the first day for use at the camp and practice at home
The 4 week camp is held on Saturdays starting on September 20th. Each session lasts 1.5 hours, and the Cost of the program is $40 if you register no later than 9/2/14.
RAYBA provides youth in the communities of Dayton, Otsego and Rogers the opportuniity to play organized basketball through House and Travel programs.
Players should be prepared to practice hard, play hard and have fun in a structured basketball environment. RAYBA provides In-House leagues for grades Kindergarten through 12th (Boys and Girls) along with Boys and Girls Travel teams for grades 4th through 8th.
Teams are coached and/or managed by local volunteers. Tryouts are held in September for the Travel teams. In the event a player does not make a Travel team, they are given the option to play on an In-House team. For more information on RAYBA's In-House or Travel basketball programs please click the House or Travel Information Center links above.
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While all are those who are trying out for travel basketball are welcome, the intended audience is those who are new to the travel basketball program. Kids will get to go through the drills that will be done at the travel tryouts and parents will be able to ask questions about the travel program.