Folsom Youth Basketball Association
LEAGUE ANNOUNCEMENTS

FYBA Regular Season Registration

Robert Larson (Cloud 9)  |  posted:

The next registration event for the FYBA will be for the 2016-17 season beginning on August 19, 2016.  The FYBA provides a recreational basketball experience children from grades 1-12. If you have any questions about registration, please contact us at Registrar@folsomyouthbasketball.com. We hope you all have a great Summer!

Justin Dentmon Basketball Camp

Robert Larson (Cloud 9)  |  posted:

Looking for a Summer basketball camp? Join professional basketball player, Justin Dentmon, for a four-day basketball camp focusing on improving campers' core offensive and defensive skills. Justin will work individually with each camper. He will make sure your child learns and has fun! The Justin Dentmon Basketball Camp will be held from June 6th-9th from 9am-12pm.  Boys and girls ages 8-15 (but not in high school yet) are invited to participate.  It will be held at the RC Sports and Event Center at 2561 Mercantile Drive in Rancho Cordova, CA 95742.  Cost is $100 if you register before May 15 and $125 if you register at the door.  If you want more information you may contact Donna at (913)499-7814, deschwartze@gmail.com or Justin Dentmon at teamdentmon@gmail.com.




SLY PARK FUNDAMENTAL BASKETBALL SCHOOL 2016

Robert Larson (Cloud 9)  |  posted:

Sly Park Fundamental Basketball School was formed to provide instruction so that 4th through 12th grade boys and girls can learn the fundamentals of basketball and develop skills necessary to be successful varsity players.  The school is designed to first evaluate each player and then provide instruction based on ability and current skill level. You can find more information and registration information in the Documents section of the FYBA Website under Sly Park Fundamentals Basketball camp  http://www.folsomyouthbasketball.com/Home/Index/10 or go to their website 

http://slypark.gotnet.net/



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