It’s basketball time for Shoreline community youth

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Photo by John Bates 

Shoreline community youth who love basketball still have time to sign up for the Berean Basketball League.

The church-hosted basketball league is open to anyone within the Shoreline community with over one hundred youth expected again this year.

Berean Basketball League is now accepting players for the upcoming season. The league runs from Saturday, December 27, 2014 through Saturday, February 28, 2015. It consists of an Elementary league for both boys and girls grades 3-6, Junior High/ High School Girls grades 7-12, Junior High/ High School Guys grades 7-12.

Photo by John Bates

Registration fees are $45.00 for the first child in a family and $ 35.00 for each sibling. Registration MUST be received by December 9, 2014 @ 5:00 pm. A scholarship program is available for families who qualify for assistance.

“The primary emphasis of the Berean Basketball League is to provide an environment for kids to come together to learn teamwork and how to play basketball” stated Dan Royal, League Director, “and in a safe, fun venue. Our facility is a full-size basketball court with a viewing area for parents and friends.“

Photo by John Bates

Berean Youth Basketball is a family-friendly basketball league which focusses on teamwork and fun and basketball fundamentals. Students come to grow in their love for the game, and also to build lasting relationships with others their age.

“Our league desires parents, friends and relatives who are watching to be supportive in their words and actions of all who help in our league”, continued Royal. “We want our children and friends to play well, but most importantly, we want to exemplify good sportsmanship and proper attitudes during our time on and off the court.

Additional information and registration forms are available online – click on Youth Basketball. Or, contact Dan Royal, League Director, at 206-399-4421.


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