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Rogers Youth Summer Basketball League

Rogers Youth Summer

 

 

         Basketball League 

 

 

 

         (RYSBL)



 Welcome to Year 6 of Rogers Summer Basketball!


 

Registration is taken on a first come basis until full!





 


      

   →  Summer Fun!             




  Cost  =  $90.00 per player  

  No Practices, No Coaches, Just Competitive Games!  

  Boys and Girls with separate divisions  

  4th – 8th  Grades (Fall 2014).

 
* Note 4th Graders will be playing in 5th-6th Grade Divisions 

  Open to all kids, do not need to be from Rogers /Otsego  


  5 x 5 games (One 40 Minute game per day) with Referees  

  
Monday's & Wednesday's- between 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm)  
 
  All Games are held at Rogers Middle School  

  9 League games + Tournament with Prizes   


→  Pick-up Style League- Click here for more Information   



  




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Play Ball - Rogers youth take to the 


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Incoming 6th grader Andrew Stein powers up a shot leading his 5th/6th Grade Gray team to a win over the Light Blue team Thursday, July 14. <br />The Gray team was the No. 2 seed in their division heading into the playoffs this week. (Photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk)<br />
Incoming 6th grader Andrew Stein powers up a shot leading his 5th/6th Grade Gray team to a win over the Light Blue team Thursday, July 14. 
The Gray team was the No. 2 seed in their division heading into the playoffs this week. (Photo by Mindy Mateuszczyk)

            Published: Monday, July 18, 2011 1:48 PM CDT
Rogers Youth Summer Basketball is holding its championship playoffs today, Thursday, July 14.

The league was started three years ago by Larry and Joan Simpson and Curt Sagehorn to provide youth a chance to extend their basketball playing opportunities into the summer.

The league takes a unique approach assigning one youth teammate as the team's captain for each team in the league. There are no adults coaching and no extra practices. Twice a week, for five weeks, Rogers Middle School has been home to these pick-up style basketball games. Older youth and adults serve as referees to keep the game in check and keep things rolling.

Girls and boys from 4th through 8th grade can participate. The program has grown to include more than 200 players this summer. Awards will be presented to the winning girls and boys team at the 5th/6th grade level and the 7th/8th grade level.

 





 

 
 
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