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Summit Basketball Club Registration Now Open Through September 30

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SUMMIT, NJ - Registration is now open for the Summit Basketball Club's (SBC) travel programs. New to the Club this season is the addition of Fourth Grade Girls and Boys teams. The Club is also featuring a new format for their Girls Seventh and Eighth Grade teams.

Interested parties are reminded that, if registered for the SBC, there is no need to register for In-Town League (ITL) and, likewise, no need to attend an ITL evaluation providing that players attend an SBC evaluation, Players not selected for a travel team will have their registration transferred to ITL, and will be placed on a team. For those not wishing to transfer their registration, the registration fee will be refunded, less a $5 transaction cost.
 
Register is available by visiting summitbballclub.org

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2015-16 Program Details:

Availability
 
Children in grades 4 - 8 who reside in Summit.

Registration
 
Children will register for the Travel Program through the SBC  site at summitbballclub.org. Registration for the Travel Program will automatically register the player for the In Town League (ITL) if the child is not selected for an SBC Team. Players who are selected for an SBC team will not be registered in the ITL.
 
Due to the required commitment required by the Travel program and the ITL, the known conflicts that exist, and in order to provide a high quality experience for participants in both programs, please be advised that participation in both programs will require significant coordination and commitment. Failure to meet obligations of both programs will impede upon the experience of all participants. 

 
Travel Commitment Fee
 
Registration Fee $105 (same as ITL fee + $5 transaction fee), If accepted additional $220.  

Season
 
November through middle of March. Individual teams may add offseason schedules, if player and parent interest exists.

Teams
 
Two Boys teams for grades 5 - 8 one for grade 4.  One Girls team for grades 4 - 6, combined 7th and 8th.  Ten players (minimum) per team.

Team Formation
 
Each team will have two evaluations to rank players objectively by independent evaluators. 

Coach Selection
 
Parents and others interested in coaching will submit an application for each season. Coaches will be selected by the SBC Board based on coaching and playing experience. 

Practice and Game Schedule
 
Teams will have two to three practices, and one to two games per week. Total practice time will consist of a minimum of 3 hours per week. Teams will be entered in the Jersey Basketball Association (JBA), or an equally competitive league at a matching level of competition. The JBA offers 12-14 games per season plus playoffs.
 
Financial Aid
 
Financial assistance may be available, based on the information from the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
 

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