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Big Lake Youth Basketball Association

2016-2017 Registration is now Open!

Registration is now available for the 2016-2017 Youth Basketball season!

Traveling Registration for grades 4th-8th ends September 9th.

In-House registration for grades K-3rd ends October 6th.

Your player must be registered before these deadline to play.


To register click on the "Programs" page on the link bar and then choose "Registration" for more details on each program and to register (or use the link below this text). Be sure to review the FAQ document on the registration page prior to registering. (There are a few changes and updates). If you have any additional questions be sure to email a board member.

Registration Page Link!

Click here to find out more about registration and to get started!

Summer Basketball Opportunities

We are excited to help spread the word about basketball opportunities in Big Lake this Summer! These are programs that are offered through Community Education, please direct questions to them. Here are links to the courses:


Boys Grades 3-5 clinic

Boys Grades 6-8 clinic 

Boys Grades 9-12 clinic 

Boys Camp Grades K-8

Boys Open Gyms Grades 6-12

Girls Grades 3-8 clinic

Girls Grades 9-12 clinic

Girls Open Gyms Grades 6-12

*According to the Community Education website, all grades listed are grades as of Fall of 2016

10,000 Shot Club!

BLYBA Basketball

10,000 Shot Club

April 1, 2016– Sept 1, 2016

 BLYBA is excited to announce our 10,000 shot club is back again this summer! The 10,000 shot club will keep BLYBA players practicing their shooting skills throughout the summer.

For more information and to register online visit the

10,000 Shot Club page


  • Jul
  • 6
Closed Board Meeting
  • Aug
  • 3
Closed Board Meeting
  • Sep
  • 7
Closed Board Meeting

The Big Lake Youth Basketball Association (BLYBA) is an independent non-profit organization and is not part of the Big Lake School District programs.

We are a community group of volunteers interested in the promotion of basketball in the Big Lake attendance area and the development of a competitive basketball program. Participation will focus on camaraderie, sportsmanship and the intense instruction of basketball fundamentals and having fun while traveling to other communities.