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Tualatin Youth Basketball Association

Tualatin Youth Basketball Association

Tualatin Youth Basketball Competitive Program

For Boys and Girls Grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8th: The Competitive Program is a competitive level of basketball. Teams either participate in the Three Rivers League, play tournaments, or both.

At each grade level there is the possibility of 2 teams of ten players each being formed depending on the number of kids trying out and ability levels. This will also determine which level of play in leagues and tournaments (Gold/Silver/Bronze division) they enter as a team. Players must tryout in order to be considered for a team. TYBA requires players to participate in at least 1 tryout session, however, we recommend players to make both.  If your player cannot participate at either tryout for medical reasons, you must have a valid medical note from a doctor and provide that information to the respective Competitive VP.  Quarantined players are not allowed to attend and must notify TYBA prior to tryout for individual review.

Registration: By registering, you are not guaranteed a spot on a competitive team, players must tryout and make a team.

After tryouts are completed and teams are chosen TYBA will reach out to individual players/family to accept their assigned position.

Coaches: All of our Competitive coaches must fill out an application, pass a background check, and be interviewed by our TYBA board. Potential coaches will have a 15 minute interview with the board. If you are interested in helping us as a coach, registering is the first step. Interviews will take place prior to the scheduled tryouts and once registered the respective Competitive VP will reach out to schedule an interview date/time.

Competitive practices begin early November

Competitive Fees: Typical costs to play competitive range from about $350-$600 depending on leagues and tournaments a team enters. There is the TYBA registration cost of $125, uniform cost of $110, league registration if applicable, tournament fees and any travel/lodging costs if playing in any out of town tournaments.

Season: Each team plays between 25 and 40 games, depending on grade and the types of tournaments selected by the team's coach.


Sherwood Rumble in the Woods Dec 18-19:
  • 5th Grade Black (Campbell)
  • 7th Grade Black (Kennybrew)
  • 7th Grade Red (Camberg)
Congratulations, teams! 

Uniform Size Chart - Boys

Uniform Size Chart - Girls


Tournaments are a great way to pack in several games on a weekend in a short time - and offer players the opportunity to work on their game and get lots of playing time. Plus, the team bonding that occurs on "road trip" tourneys helps build a stronger team... And the players LOVE them!

There are many tournaments all over Oregon for teams to participate in from the Sisters Shootout to the extremely popular (and several weekends) of tourneys in Seaside.  Be sure to reserve your hotel early if traveling - or ask your Team Parent if there will be a group rate at one hotel so your team can stay together (or at least as close as possible). Most tournaments don't announce game times until the last minute, so keeping your kids ready to go makes it easier for everyone.

These tournaments require additional funds from each player, and your Coach will decide how many tournaments and how much money is needed to register and play.  Some tournaments require medical releases, so be aware of that and have your information up to date with your Coach.  Please be aware of and comply with any COVID-19 protocols that the Tournament Director has in place as they can vary from County to County and City to City.


Tualatin Youth Basketball
P.O. Box 803 
Tualatin, Oregon 97062

Email: [email protected]

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