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Upcoming 2022-2023 TYB Season
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the...
Conduct and Respect
Dear Parents and Players.   Front and center with every youth...
Upcoming 2022-2023 TYB Season

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2022/2023 winter season. All registration and payment should be done through our website at (there is a “Register Online” button on the left hand side of the page). It is important that payment is made at the time of registration.  Please note that there are separate registrations for players in 3-4 and players in 5-8.  Registration for all programs will close September 30th.

Fees Despite recent inflation we have been able to keep fees the same from last season.  The registration fees for players in the introductory 3/4 league will be $190 per player, and players in grades 5 through 8 will have a registration fee of $210 per player. The additional cost for those making a travel team, required on account of travel league registration fees, additional referee costs, gym costs and uniforms, will be $155 per player. 

Depending on registration numbers, at the girls levels (5-8th Grade) there may only be one Travel team and no Intramural program. 

As a not-for-profit organization, we make every effort to keep the costs to our families as low as we can.  For those of you new to the league, please note that this is a "one time only" expense as there are no additional uniform fees for the families, and we do not require players to participate in any fundraisers. If this is a financial hardship for any players, please contact

3/4 Players. We offer separate boys and girls development leagues for players in the 3rd and 4th grade. This league will emphasize skills/drills development together with weekly games and a season-ending tournament. All participants in the 3/4 league will attend an evaluation session that will be used to place players on relatively equal teams.

TYBA. Non-travel players in grades 5-8 will be placed on a TYBA team which will participate in either a “College” division (grades 5/6) or a “Pro” division (grades 7/8). You do not have to tryout for a TYBA team and every interested player will be placed on a roster.  Rosters will be determined following the selection of the travel teams. There will be an end-of-the-season tournament in each division with awards for the victors.  Depending on numbers and skill level we anticipate we will partner with Amesbury and Newburyport's Intramural teams as well.

Tryouts/Travel Teams. We will be offering one travel team in each grade for boys in grades 5-8 and girls in grades 5-8, with possible exceptions depending on interest. Tryouts dates are expected to be October 16th - final dates and times will be separately announced.  Attendance at a tryout is mandatory for those interested in playing on a travel team; it is the only way to fairly evaluate players against their peers. We understand that there may be some inevitable conflicts with other fall sports, so we will advise as to the date as far in advance as possible so that arrangements could be made.  Though we will look at all known conflicts (including flag football and soccer games) when we set the schedule, it is not possible to completely avoid all overlaps given our limited available gym time and the number of other fall sports. 

Coaches. TYB is an all-volunteer organization that gladly welcomes and (as we have close to 20 teams each year) encourages and supports parents that are interested in coaching. If you have an interest in coaching your player’s 3/4 or TYBA team, please be sure to indicate so on the registration. Head coaches for all of our travel teams are separately identified by the travel commissioners and chosen in consultation with the executive committee. In order to maximize the fairness of the tryout process, assistant travel coaches will be determined by the head coach after the team rosters are assigned through the tryout process and are chosen from among the parents of the players that make the team.

Basketballs.  We strongly recommend that each player in TYB have their own ball to bring to practice (and use at home).  Size 28.5 for all girls and for all players in the 3/4 and 5/6 leagues.  Size 29.5 for boys in grades 7-8.

Parents’ Meeting / Questions. We are looking to schedule a parents' remote meeting during the month of September.  Attendance at this meeting is not required but is strongly encouraged, in particular for: (1) those new to the program, (2) those transitioning from 4th grade to 5th grade, and (3) those interested in learning about the process for travel tryouts.  In the interim, please email any questions to


by posted 07/30/2022
Conduct and Respect

Dear Parents and Players.


Front and center with every youth sports organization is the need for RESPECT. At TYB, we take this very seriously and mandate that everyone involved with the program show respect for the players, coaches, parents, referees, other spectators, volunteers and the facilities where we have the privilege to play. Everyone needs to be aware of the guidelines that TYB has in place; on our website under “Policies” are both our Conduct Policy and our Player Protection Policy. Every player, parent, and volunteer is responsible for reading and reviewing these policies – we would encourage each family to review them together with their player(s). As stated in each policy, the failure to abide by these procedures can result in immediate dismissal from the program for the player/coach or the removal of the parent/spectator from a game or all future games.

Finally, please show respect for the schools and gymnasiums that we are fortunate to be able to use. Please leave them as you found them and pick up after yourselves when you leave. In particular, take all water/Gatorade bottles with you. Finally, no TYB invitee has any right to be in any other part of these schools other than the hallway, bathroom and gym. If people do not show respect for these schools, then we will lose the right to hold practices/games there and will have to shut down the program.

We are all here so that the players can have fun, develop some basketball skills, and, at the program’s best, learn a life lesson or two along the way. Let’s ensure those lessons are positive.

It’s all about RESPECT.


by posted 11/05/2014
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