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Sign up for youth basketball

By Lori Lasecki

Registration is now open for the 2014-15 El Dorado Hills Youth Basketball season.

All teams are limited to eight players and the season is open to players in 3rd through 12th grade — 3rd through 5th, 6th through 8th, and 9th through 12th grade boys teams; 3rd through 5th and 6th through 8th grade girls teams.

Register at EDHYB.com. Space is limited and a $25 late fee will be applied if player is registered after Sept. 17.

El Dorado Hills Youth Basketball Inc. is a non-profit youth basketball program based in El Dorado Hills. Its mission is to provide an organized basketball program promoting fundamental basketball skills and sportsmanship. EDHYB was started by community members and is operating its 19th consecutive seasons. The non-profit organization is run entirely by volunteers and all games are played locally.

Consistent with its mission, EDHYB is a competitive, recreational league. There are no cuts; no child is refused participation in EDHYB based on their ability. The coaches make tremendous effort to evaluate each child so that the teams will be created as fairly as possible. Because it is a recreational league, strict playing time rules exist and are enforced.  That said, the league does have a competitive element to it, allowing coaches some discretion in who plays when.

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