Again in 2013 the St. Cloud Area Youth Basketball Association is proud to offer the SCAYBA Scholarship. The SCAYBA Scholarship recognizes the connection that exists between youth basketball participation, academic excellence, leadership and community service. The scholarship is awared annually to one graduating senior boy and one graduating senior girl from each of the three St. Cloud High Schools.
The goals of the SCAYBA Basketball Program are to develop the basketball skills of the youth in the St. Cloud Area; to encourage sportsmanship at all times; build character and confidence, and above all, to enable the youth to enjoy the game of basketball. To achieve these goals, the SCAYBA Basketball program encourages all participants, be it players or coaches, to act in a responsible and respectful manner on and off the court.
Parent volunteers are always welcome! SCAYBA could not exist if not for the parent volunteers that we get every year. We not only look for parents to help coach and participate in various programs, but we can use help in other ways. Definitely assistance with our annual tournament. Also, event reporting and article writing for the citizen times... or photography and videography. Whatever talents and/or ideas you man have to help get the word out aout SCAYBA programs are certainly welcome! Just contact Colleen with your ideas or for more infor about how to become a volunteer!
The 2012 St. Cloud Area Youth Basketball Association Holiday Jamboree was held Sunday November 11th, 2012. The annual event is a warm up for the upcoming travel basketball season and a Toys for Tots fundraiser. The field included 90 kids on 9 different 4th and 5th grade boys and girls teams (6 SCAYBA, 3 Albany).
Toys for Tots is a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve mission to collect new, unwrapped toys in October, November and December each year and to distribute those toys to less fortunate children living in the community where the Toys for Tots Campaign was conducted.
SCAYBA's 24th Annual Quarry Classic Tournament is Saturday and Sunday February 23-24, 2013.
The Quarry Classic continues as one of the top tournaments in the Midwest with 242 teams registered in 2013. 234 teams from across the state and North Dakota played 365 games in two days during the 2012 Tournament. There were roughly 44 different associations or communities represented, not including the SCAYBA teams.
SCAYBA recognizes and appreciates the support of the associations who participate in the Quarry Classic each year. Thank you!
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