YMCA Youth Basketball leagues are designed to give participants the chance to develop knowledge and skills in a positive and highly instructional environment. Our programs aim to not only teach sports skills but also teach life skills, molding our youth participants into well-rounded little beings.
Click on the buttons below to browse our Youth Basketball leagues at each Monroe County Y branch:
Northwest Youth Basketball League
Northwest Y Youth Basketball
Fall Youth Basketball will run from October 28 through December 12. Registration opens on August 1.
Wild Animal Basketball
NBA East Division
NBA West Division
Occasional games and contests will be mixed with skill-building drills to keep the class fun for all participants.
Northwest Y Youth & Sports Director
Southeast Youth Basketball Leagues
Southeast Y Youth Basketball
Fall Youth Basketball will run from October 26 through December 19. Registration opens on September 28.
3 Year Old Intro to Basketball
Clinic-style format where parents are encouraged to help their children.
4-5 Year Old League
Players will work on dribbling, shooting, and will play some modified games.
6-7 Year Old League
Players will begin to focus on passing and individual defense. Games are played on an eight-foot goal. The first few meets of the season will be practices only; we will play games in the last four weeks of the program between 11:00 am-1:00 pm. Players should be prepared to alternate hours during this time of the season.
|Sat||10:00 am-11:00 am||$55/$85|
|11:00 am-12:00 pm|
8-10 Year Old League
Players will begin to learn and focus on team offense and defense as well as playing official games after the first week of practice. Games are played on a nine-foot goal on Saturdays between 12:00-2:00 pm.
11-14 Year Old League
Players will add individual and team skills together while focusing on playing as a team and playing official games after the first week of practice. Games are played on Saturdays between 12:00-2:00 pm.
Give your kids a chance to get extra basketball practice and instruction at the YMCA. Class meets once a week and gives players an opportunity to work on all aspects of their game from shooting to dribbling to passing to defense. Occasional games and contests will be mixed in with skill-building drills to keep the class fun for all participants. This class receives shirts.
Southeast Sports Coordinator