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EYA Basketball Sign Ups
Open to all children in the East Penn School District
Please visit our website at www.eyanews.org to register
2012 Fall/Winter Boys & Girls Intramural Basketball
Baby B-Ballers program (1st – 3rd grades, boys and girls) - Fee $50, $30 registration, plus $20 fundraiser (choose either buyout or coupon book)
This program is an instructional program that focuses on developing basic techniques and skills. Scrimmages will be played, but emphasis will be on having fun and skill development.
Intramural (Boys League and Girls League) Fee $70, $50 registration, plus $20 fundraiser(choose ither buyout or coupon book
Beginners: 3-4 grade-Unless you feel your player should either be in instructional or play up with the 5/6 graders
Juniors: Grades 5, 6
Seniors: Grades 7, 8, 9
This program provides Intramural Level Boy’s and Travel Level Girls a structured league atmosphere with refereed games as opposed to half court practices and scrimmages.
2012 Fall/Winter Travel Basketball
Fall/Winter Travel Basketball - Boys Only
The base cost of the program is $50 + $35 travel fee. Plus a $20 Fundraiser fee, choose either buyout or coupon book
Fourth Grade – third and fourth-grade
Junior Cadet – fifth and sixth-grade
The Jr. Cadet team plays in the Lehigh Valley Jr. Cadet Basketball League, which consists of approximately sixteen teams from the Lehigh Valley area.
Cadet Team – seventh-grade
The team competes in the Lehigh Valley Knee High Basketball League includes approximately 22 teams from the Lehigh Valley area.
Knee High Team – eighth and ninth-grade
Any player competing on a Freshman team is not eligible for this team. The team competes in the Lehigh Valley Knee-Hi Basketball League.
Players from all areas of East Penn School District are welcome to try out for EYA travel teams. EYA Travel Basketball will provide a good opportunity for a young player to improve his skills, play in a more competitive league, and enjoy basketball. If you think you’ve got what it takes, we invite you to tryout for one of our Travel teams.
More About Emmaus Community Park
Formerly known as Pine Tree Park, a small amusement park, it has been Emmaus Community Park since 1957. Whether you come for music, a ball game or just to let your kids play in its playground, you can enjoy many hours in the park. Eventually you will barely notice trains rumbling by on busy tracks flanking one side of the park and the Pennsylvania Turnpike carrying noisy traffic on another. The park's amenities include the borough's swimming pools, baseball fields and the open-air Performing Arts Pavilion, where many folks enjoy band concerts in summer. The park has many picnic pavilions, which should be reserved in advance. It also has a paved walking trail that passes over Leibert Creek, which has been allowed to revert to a largely natural state to prevent soil erosion. The park is along Shimerville Road just off Pennsylvania Avenue.