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NGYBA is Positioning for a Successful 2018-2019 Season!

A big thanks to all of our returning NGYBA parents, coaches and players, and a warm welcome to those of you who are new to our program. We're happy you're here! Let's have some fun; support our kids and coaches; and play some basketball!



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Saturday, October 27th 
Teams: Grades 3-8 Boys & Girls (12 divisions total) 
Limit of 8 teams per division 
Cost: $75 
Players: 4 players per team 


You Can Impact Developing Youth

You know the importance of engaging kids in positive, athletic activities: building confidence, fostering teamwork, maximizing potential, encouraging healthy lifestyles. New Glarus Youth Basketball Association strives to provide a quality youth development opportunity for all who are interested.

If you would like to be part of our mission and make a donation to our player scholarship and program fund, please contact Jance Marty, New Glarus Youth Basketball Association board treasurer, at jance@bankofnewglarus.bank.

Checks, made payable to New Glarus Youth Basketball Association, can be mailed to 

The Bank of New Glarus
Attention: Jance Marty
1101 Hwy 69, #11
New Glarus, WI 53574

A sincere thank you for your support!

New Glarus Youth Basketball Association Board

New Glarus Youth Basketball Association Board

Chad Brecklin, President
Jance Marty, Treasurer
Missy Arnett
Kim Burton
Kate Douma
Jen Malaise
Brandi Nehmer
Matt Streiff
Travis Sysko

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the exclusive mission of the New Glarus Youth Basketball Association to offer all participants a quality youth basketball program that fosters personal development, self-confidence, interpersonal skills, cooperation, self-discipline and healthy lifestyles while abiding by WIAA Rules and Regulations and our Code of Conduct guidelines.

New Glarus Youth Basketball is a semi-competitive league. It is expected each player will play approximately 25% of each game. Coaches may deviate from this expectation, with justification, for reasons such as, but not limited to, a player displaying poor sportsmanship, missing practice(s), willingness to be coached, injury, etc. Playing time may not be equal, but it should be fair. NGYB asks that you wait 24 hours before contacting a coach, and you consider the consequences of posting opinions on social media. We appreciate your support.