Basketball

2020 Fall Basketball Clinics are open for registration:

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

If you have a transfer credit from a previous season or you need a scholarship discount applied, contact us first (info@kidsports.org) before you register so we can make the credit available to you to use to register.

* Scholarship discount of 25% off is available to those that qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Contact us before you complete your registration at info@kidsports.org to provide us with your proof of scholarship qualification and to have us make the scholarship option available on your account in our new Dash registration system.

1st Grade Basketball

  • Fee: $50
  • Registration Deadline: October 23
  • Grades/Ages:
  • Seasons:

For the Fall 2020 season, there will be a series of four 1-hour clinic sessions on Saturday mornings at the KIDSPORTS Fieldhouse.

Nov. 14, Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 12

You will be contacted with your exact session time after registration is complete.

Space is very limited, so register right away to get a spot.

Safety and Sanitation

Don’t worry, we are planning comprehensive safety and sanitation measures to ensure for both a fun and safe environment. Plans include daily health checks, physical distancing, handwashing and sanitization stations, separated activities, drop off and pick up procedures.

Campers are required to wear a face covering at all times indoors and outdoors when physical distancing cannot take place (in accordance with the statewide mandate for children age 5 and up to wear a face covering). We ask that parents provide a face covering for their children, but we will have them available for children who do not have one.  We understand that this may be difficult for some children, but our staff has prepared a curriculum designed to also provide regular breaks with physical distancing in order for children to have relief from wearing the face covering.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

During Clinics:

  • Players will wash/Sanitize hands before the start of clinics and at regular intervals during the clinics.
  • Players will be placed in a cohort of approx. 10 per group. They will stay with that same group each day of camp.
  • Balls and other equipment will be sanitized frequently
  • Only one player will be able to use the restroom at a time and they will be required to sanitize their hands before and after they enter the bathroom
  • Only the indoor water bottle filling station will be used
  • All clinic instructors will wear masks.
  • All other staff will wear masks in all common areas.
  • Parents & Spectators won’t be allowed to attend.
  • Players need to bring a water bottle (marked with name). 

Due to the uncertainty of the continually changing situation with covid, camp curriculum and schedules are subject to change.

2nd Grade Basketball

  • Fee: $50
  • Registration Deadline: October 23
  • Grades/Ages:
  • Seasons:

For the Fall 2020 season, there will be a series of four 1-hour clinic sessions on Saturday mornings at the KIDSPORTS Fieldhouse.

Nov. 14, Nov. 21, Dec. 5, Dec. 12

You will be contacted with your exact session time after registration is complete.

Space is very limited, so register right away to get a spot.

Safety and Sanitation

Don’t worry, we are planning comprehensive safety and sanitation measures to ensure for both a fun and safe environment. Plans include daily health checks, physical distancing, handwashing and sanitization stations, separated activities, drop off and pick up procedures.

Campers are required to wear a face covering at all times indoors and outdoors when physical distancing cannot take place (in accordance with the statewide mandate for children age 5 and up to wear a face covering). We ask that parents provide a face covering for their children, but we will have them available for children who do not have one.  We understand that this may be difficult for some children, but our staff has prepared a curriculum designed to also provide regular breaks with physical distancing in order for children to have relief from wearing the face covering.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

During Clinics:

  • Players will wash/Sanitize hands before the start of clinics and at regular intervals during the clinics.
  • Players will be placed in a cohort of approx. 10 per group. They will stay with that same group each day of camp.
  • Balls and other equipment will be sanitized frequently
  • Only one player will be able to use the restroom at a time and they will be required to sanitize their hands before and after they enter the bathroom
  • Only the indoor water bottle filling station will be used
  • All clinic instructors will wear masks.
  • All other staff will wear masks in all common areas.
  • Parents & Spectators won’t be allowed to attend.
  • Players need to bring a water bottle (marked with name). 

Due to the uncertainty of the continually changing situation with covid, camp curriculum and schedules are subject to change.

3rd Grade Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

This is an introduction to the fundamentals of basketball, modified for entry level participants. Schools with enough players to divide into multiple teams will be split evenly in the 3rd grade and can be by skill in the 4th grade. Each team will play nine regular season games. And each team will have the option to enter the pre-season jamboree for an additional team fee. 8’6″ baskets and 9′ free throw lines. Each player receives a jersey.

4th Grade Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

This is an introduction to the fundamentals of basketball, modified for entry level participants. Schools with enough players to divide into multiple teams will be split evenly in the 3rd grade and can be by skill in the 4th grade. Each team will play nine regular season games. And each team will have the option to enter the pre-season jamboree for an additional team fee. 8’6″ baskets and 9′ free throw lines. Each player receives a jersey.

5th Grade Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

This level introduces players to the skills and strategies of basketball. Schools with enough players to have multiple teams will divide players by skill level. Each team will play eight regular season games + a pre-season seeding jamboree + post-season tournament all included in the registration price. Games will consist of 16-minute halves. In accordance with USA Basketball recommendations, zone defense is not allowed at this level. Full court pressing and three point baskets are allowed. 10′ baskets and 12′ free throw lines. Each player receives a jersey.

6th-8th Grade Boys Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

Players are introduced to a higher level of basketball with increased defensive pressure. Schools generally have enough players to divide into three skill levels (Gold, Silver, Bronze). Each player receives a jersey.

6th-8th Grade Girls Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

Players are introduced to a higher level of basketball with increased defensive pressure. Schools generally have enough players to divide into three skill levels (Gold, Silver, Bronze). Also, 7th and 8th grade girls will combine together to make teams in each area. Each player receives a jersey.

High School Basketball

Winter 2020-21 — We will update information regarding the winter basketball season if/when the Oregon Health Authority gives updates on whether basketball will be an approved youth sport for regular competition.

The Kidsports Development and Competitive High School Basketball program is designed for young adults not on a high school interscholastic basketball team. The purpose of this program is to provide both a developmental and competitive league for young adults wishing to play Basketball. Games run January – March. Open to any boy or girl attending high school in the Eugene/Springfield/Pleasant Hill area. All teams play eight games on regulation courts. HS teams will get one practice per week in local school gyms, Kidsports will work with their local HS to get time in their school gyms for additional practices when space is available. Each player will receive a jersey.