Youth Basketball Leagues

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The HRCA has the largest youth basketball programs in the area. Youth leagues are designed to provide the building blocks of competitive play.

Key Youth Basketball League Information

  • Seasons: Girls: October – December |  Boys: January – March (followed by season-end tournament).
  • Team Registration: completed individual waivers for each team member, team fee, and a Youth Team Registration Form must be turned in all at once. Teams need a minimum of eight players.
  • Individuals: only free agents need to sign-up individually. You must register for the age group the player belongs to, or one age group higher. Participants cannot play in a lower age group. The HRCA Sports Department reserves the right to add individual players to each team to reach a maximum roster size of 12 players.
  • Practices: Sunday-Friday, based on coach's request.
  • League Schedules & Standings

Youth Basketball League Levels

  • Futures League (Grades 1-2): a non-scorekeeping league emphasizes skill development, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fun.
  • Recreational League (Grades 3-8): for beginner to intermediate players.
  • Competitive League (Grades 3-8): for advanced level players; Youth Boys Basketball Program only.

Upcoming Youth Basketball Leagues

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Time and Date Course Description

More Youth Basketball League Information

Questions? Contact:

  • Colorado Basketball Academy: Head Coach Doug Maier: 303-345-3755
  • Registration or general program questions: HRCA Sports Team Leader Cyrus Maes at 303-471-8869 or email.

We are working diligently to provide a clean, safe environment for you, but with all things related to COVID-19 there is inherent risk. It is up to you to choose to use the HRCA amenities, knowing that you assume risk when gathering with other people and visiting other facilities.