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Travel Basketball Tryouts
At this time, it is not clear whether the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League (FCYBL) will have a Winter 2020-21 season. This page will be updated as we learn more information. Please check back.
Travel Basketball Overview
LMVSC Travel Basketball is offered to players looking to develop higher level basketball skills in a competitive environment. LMVSC gives players with an advanced skill level the chance to participate in the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League (FCYBL). Participation in travel basketball is limited primarily to the winter season.
The travel program requires a greater time commitment from participants for practices and games. Teams typically practice twice a week with 1-2 games per week. Games are generally played at local Fairfax County schools with minimal games in Arlington and Loudon.
The Winter 2019-20 travel season starts in late November and ends in early March. Tryouts for the 2019-20 have been completed. If you’d like more information, you can contact Annemarie McGavin at email@example.com.
Current List of Teams for Winter 2019 / 2020 Season
Head Coach: James Bosley
Assistants: Rob Philips and Ernie Robinson
Head Coach: Michael Day
Assistants: Gino Giantesano, Eric Henderson and Chris Kardelis
Head Coach: Keith Breland
Assistant: Dori Mankin
Head Coach: Tim Stewart
Assistants: Dave Brown and Oris Younger
Head Coach: Eric Henderson
Assistant: Matt Davis
Head Coach: Dan Rush
Assistant: Aziz Conteh
Head Coach: Chris Carter
Head Coach: James Bosley
Assistants: Mike Evans and Scott Woods
Head Coach: Scott Peters
Assistants: Joe Haskell
Head Coach: Mark Simonik
Assistant: Jason Gizzarelli
Tryouts for the Winter 2019-20 season are complete and rosters are set. Watch this page in September 2020 for the Winter 2020-21 season.
NOTE: This rule eliminates all scheduling requests be they from HS coaches, coaches with multiple teams, and religious request.
GAME TIME LIMITS
NOTE: This rule moves game format to Virginia HS format. Time between quarters is one-minute.
- Players on teams sponsored by organizations located in counties outside of Fairfax County that have been approved for play in the FCYBL by the FCYBC. These players must reside in the same county as the member club county, e.g. Prince William residents may play for Prince William County member clubs.
- A player residing under shared custody is eligible to play for the member club when one parent resides in the same county or city as the member club.
NOTE: This rule clarifies that players must play for the clubs in the county in which they reside.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS INELIGIBLE FOR FCYBL
NOTE: This rule clarifies that players cannot play for FCYBL while on a high-school level team (e.g. 8th graders playing for a JV team).
Travel Basketball Links
Child Sign Up
The above amounts do not include County Fees. County fees shall be charged to all players.
More than one child shall pay $10.00 plus County Fees per additional child per family.
Please note that families will still be responsible for County use fees, uniform fees, and fees incurred by individual teams for activities outside of FCYBL.
To apply for a scholarship, please complete this form and forward to Jessie Gore at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will also be required to provide proof of free-or-reduced lunch and/or a Medicaid card.
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