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Big Lake Youth Basketball Association

Big Lake Girls Basketball Camps!

Attention girls from Kindergarten through high school, there are basketball camps coming soon, right here in Big Lake! These camps are put on by the girls varsity coaches. Please click on the link below for more details!

Registration is handled through Big Lake Community Education 


Big Lake Boys Basketball Camps and Clinics

Info for camps and clinics, for boys from kindergarten through 12th grade. These camps and clinics will be run by the boys varsity staff. Registration is through Big Lake Community Education More information is available with the flyer below

Spring Skills Clinics! Boys and Girls 3rd-8th Grade

We are hosting our annual Spring Skills Clinics in May, for girls and boys that are in 3rd thru 8th grade. There will be 6 nights of basketball, coached by Boys Varsity Coach Kyle Johnson. Those registered by May 1st will be guaranteed a camp t-shirt...all for only $25.00! 

What: Skills Clinics-A chance to work on individual skills, guided by a varsity coach

When: May 7th, 9th, 14th, 16th, 21st, and 23rd

Where: Big Lake High School

Times: 3rd-5th 6:30-7:45 and 6th-8th 7:45-9:00

Cost: Only $25

Please register below!

Spring Skills Clinics Registration (3rd-8th Grade)

Registration is required for our Spring Skills Clinics. Register before May 1st to receive the camp t-shirt.





Volunteers Are Key!

Volunteers!

Sign up early!

The "DIBS" sign-up program is available!

Big Lake Youth Basketball Association is an organization operated by volunteers. As you have kids participate in basketball, you hear about volunteer time and volunteer checks...sometimes people wonder about this, but never ask questions.  We want to provide answers for questions you might not ask!

Volunteers are needed in many areas of the Association.  There are Board of Directors positions, coaches, parent liaisons, to list a few.  We also have many needs to staff our tournaments...at the concession stand and ticket desk. These tournaments are a big deal and volunteer participation is vital.

Why are the tournaments so important? Tournaments are exciting and it's nice to have some in town, close to home. They are also a big fundraiser for the Association.  Funds raised by these tournaments are used to lower costs for the families participating in BLYBA, reducing uniform fees, paying for equipment, as well as offering additional basketball opportunities.  Without these tournaments, we would all pay more.  By having all of us volunteer, it saves everyone money and provides more chances for kids in our community to play basketball!

Who needs to provide a volunteer check and why?  The volunteer check ($150) is required for every family that has one or more players participating in basketball in 2nd-8th grades (Kindergarten and first grade are excluded).  This volunteer check is held by the treasurer and will only be cashed if the 6 hour volunteer requirement is not fulfilled.  Upon completion of the volunteer time, your check is destroyed.  Volunteer checks are required for every family, including the Board of Directors, coaches and liaisons. Unfortunately collecting checks is necessary (for almost any sports organization) to ensure volunteer time is spread around and not dependent on only a few.

How do you sign up?  Sign up is handled here on our webpage, at the DIBS tab at the top right.  Click on that tab and sign up for time slots. **You need to be working during your shift. Please try to sign up for a time that your team will not be playing. For example, if you have a 4th grade boy playing in our tournament on Sunday, please sign up to fulfill your time on the Saturday of that weekend or sign up to work the girls tournament. 6 hours is a minimum, you can always sign up for more :)




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.