YMCA utilizes volunteer coaches to focus on participation and fun! While basic skills of the game are developed through practices and games, every child learns sportsmanship and values necessary to be successful in life. Every game begins with a Youth Sports Pledge and ends with a handshake.

The YMCA Youth Sports Program helps kids become not only become better players, but better people as well. It’s a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. Every child gets to play and the games are safe, exciting and fun. We encourage fair play, positive competition, and family involvement.



Youth Basketball General Information

We Offer Boys, Girls & Coed Leagues.

Teams Will Be Made Up Of 10 Players, Every Player Plays In Every Game.

Games will be played on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays (Some Fridays)

Passers will play at the Family YMCA.

Dribblers & Shooters will play at any of our 4 YMCA’s.

Player Pool – for those who don’t have a team at their school or in their area, or present teams are full.

Placement will be done by July 1st. Players will be placed 1) By available openings, 2) Closest to where they live, 3) Where other school buddies were sent, 4) By specific requests


Participation in organized sports provides children with many opportunities to develop motor skills. But, the benefits of youth sports are far greater than physical health. Self-confidence, good sportsmanship and teamwork helps build the whole child, from the inside out. At the Y we help your son/daughter grow in spirit, mind, and body!

Fall Youth Basketball League

Contact Brenda Armstrong (Youth Sports Coordinator) or Swanny (Youth Sports Director) at 940-322-7816 for more information on Basketball.

7 Pillars Of Ymca Youth Sports

Principles & Practices Of Ymca Youth Sports