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2018/2019  Players

1.  Register/pay online with link provided in acceptance email no later than Sept. 25th.

2.  Parents and players must stop by 1 of the following 2 mandatory sign up session in the HS athletic lobby.  

Session 1: Wednesday, Sept. 26th, 7-8PM

Session 2: Thursday, Sept. 27th, 7-8PM

All players will need to be fitted for uniforms, which are included in price. If you do not have a shooting shirt  from last year, please bring a check/cash for $27 dollars , payable to PYBC. We will also need parent signatures.

Open Enrollment/Private School Players Only: PLEASE SEE BELOW

Open Enrollment Students( attend Plainfield schools/live in another district):

1. Player must submit , at parent sign in, a letter on school letterhead signed by the principal confirming enrollment and grade level.  We must have the original letter , no copies or digital copy.   Must be turned in at parent sign in.

Private School/Home School  (turn in at parent sign in)

1. Two Current utility bills for proof of address. 

2.  Private school player must submit a letter on school letterhead confirming address on file and grade level,

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club

Plainfield Youth Basketball Club (PYBC) is a competitive boys travel basketball club for 2nd-6th graders.  PYBC  teams will practice 2-3 x a week and all teams are entered into the Indy Hoops League.  Indy Hoops games run mid November through mid February.  Teams will also generally participate in at least 2 tournaments and possibly another local league that is played on Saturdays.  These will be up to each teams/ coaches discretion.  Participants are expected to be fully committed to attend all games and practices, and should take priority over any other basketball league, or other sports that they may be entered in. Parents are asked to please volunteer a minimum of 2 hours on one of our host dates.


Plainfield Youth Basketball Mission:

To provide an environment for our youth to develop basketball fundamentals, life skills, and the enjoyment of playing basketball.

To provide coaches who will: teach basketball fundamentals as a foundation; display the qualities of good sportsmanship, teamwork, and citizenship; and who will help all players regardless of skill or ability to improve upon previously learned basketball skills, elevating their own confidence and abilities.

PYBC is the feeder program for the Boys Basketball programs in the Plainfield School system.  PYBC is committed to developing athletes who demonstrate solid fundamentals in order to be highly competitive at Plainfield High School in the future.  To achieve this, we will focus on building a foundation of fundamentals, so that the Plainfield High School basketball programs will have sustainable success. 

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