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CCYB Summer Basketball

CCYB is pleased to offer two program-sponsored summer playing options for players entering Grades 3 through 8 in 2019/2020.  In addition, we are providing information for other basketball programs in the area, including the Patriot Hoop Clinics. 

Summer Pickup Basketball @ Emerson/Rideout

In honor of an almost-forgotten pastime, CCYB will be running an organized pickup program in conjunction with Concord Recreation starting the week of June 16.  Sessions will be 75 minutes and will be between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.  Players will be broken up by the following:  Grades 3 & 4, Grade 5 & 6, Grades 7 & 8.  CCYB coaches or administrators will attend the sessions for Grades 3 & 4 to help organize, while the other sessions are expected to be managed by the kids themselves -- show up and play, just like the old days.

  • Wednesday
    • Emerson Court 1 - 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. - Grades 3/4 Girls
    • Emerson Court 1 - 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Grades 7/8 Boys
    • Rideout Court 1 - 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. - Grades 5/6 Girls
    • Rideout Court 1 - 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Grades 7/8 Girls
  • Thursday
    • Emerson Court 1 - 6:00 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. - Grades 3/4 Boys
    • Emerson Court 1 - 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Grades 5/6 Boys

You do not need to register for this program.  Simply put a reminder in your calendar and show up.

CCYB Summer League

CCYB will be entering teams in the Acton-Boxborough outdoor summer league.  The season begins June 10 and will run through August 8 (no games the week of July 4), with weekday games primarily on Mondays and Tuesdays.  Home games will be played outdoors at Rideout or Emerson, and away games will be at locations within a 20-minute drive.  Games are all outdoors and will be refereed by two officials.Students entering Grades 5 through 8 in 2019/2020 are eligible to play, and the cost is $50/player.  Players can wear their CCYB jersey or another numbered CC maroon/white shirt.  More advanced players entering Grade 4 may be considered for 5th grade teams.  If you have kids who are close in age we can put them on the same team, as we are not subject to the same age restrictions as the travel program.  Please register your kids at the grade level you’d like them to play.  We will have larger rosters to account for other activities, vacations, etc.

Registration for CCYB summer league is now closed.


Patriot Hoops Clinics

CCHS Boys Varsity Coach David Cohen and Girls Varsity Coach Kim Magee will be running their annual summer camps beginning the week of June 17.  Boys camps will take place the weeks of June 17 (Gr. 4-9), June 24 (Gr. 4-9), July 15 (Gr 1-3), July 22 (Gr. 4-9), and August 5 (Gr. 1-9).  The girls camp will run from July 15-19.  For more information, go to https://www.patriothoopclinics.com/


Elevation Basketball Summer League

For a more intensive league basketball schedule, former AB varsity coach Rick Kilpatrick is offering a summer league that plays two days a week between June 10 and July 24 (no games the week of July 4).  For more information, go to https://www.elevationbasketballma.com/copy-of-youth-summer-league-1.


Boston Elite Basketball Training

Boston Elite Basketball offers private and semi-private training out of Boston Sports Club, and also offers clinics from time to time.  For more information, contact Terrell Hollins at 


CCYB Pickup Basketball - House Rules

Team Formation – First 10 who show up are the first two teams.  First two to make free throws are captains and pick their teams.  Anyone showing up after the start of the first game will either be a captain or should request to be on a team.  Nobody should be denied a spot on a team or be skipped over.  If there aren’t enough to substitute a whole team, players on the court will shoot for it to see who stays. 

Games – Games are to 12 by 1s and 2s, win by 2.  Full court for 8 or more, half court for fewer than 8.

Winners Stay – The winning team stays on the court to play the next team.  Mix up the teams to make it competitive. 

Offensive Player Calls Fouls – Only the offensive player can call a foul and the call must be respected.  When a player calls “Foul”, play should stop immediately.  That team then takes the ball from the top of the key after checking the ball to the opposing team.   

Dispute Resolution – Out of bounds, loose ball, and other disputes are resolved by shooting for it.

Scorekeeping – Call out the score after each hoop.

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Carlisle School Gym - Carlisle TBD (7/19) 
CCHS Main Gym - Concord TBD (7/19) 
CCHS Maroon Gym - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Concord Academy Left - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Concord Academy Right - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Concord Carlisle HS - Concord  -- 
Emerson Park - Concord OPEN (7/19) 
Fenn School - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Middlesex JV Court - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Middlesex Varsity Court - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Peabody MS - Concord TBD (7/19) 
Rideout Park - Concord OPEN (7/19) 
Sanborn MS - Concord TBD (7/19)