SCAYBA Travel Try-Out Schedule
Saturday, September 19th for Boys and Sunday, September 20th for Girls
8th – 10:00-12:00 4th & 5th – 12:00-1:30
7th – 12:00-2:00 6th – 1:30-3:00
6th – 2:00-4:00 7th – 3:00-4:30
5th – 4:00-5:30 8th – 4:30-6:00
4th – 5:30-7:00
Follow the Link Below to Register Online
Mail-In Registration Form
Follow this link to register online:
2015 3on3 Summer Camp - July 28th - August 20th
3 on 3 Camp Evaluation Form
Congratulations to the 2015 SCAYBA Scholarship Recipients!
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.
Tech High School - Leah Wurm and David Scharenbroich
Cathedral High School - Natalie Barron and Steven Neutzling
Apollo High School - Morgan Tesch and Kyle Rosenthal
Future Tournament Dates!
2016 Quarry Classic – February 27 & 28
2017 Quarry Classic – February 25 & 26
2018 Quarry Classic - February 24 & 25
139 boys teams
134 girls teams
66 different Associations
34 most teams from one Association - thank you, EDINA!
4 different states represented (MN, WI, ND, SD)
2014 SCAYBA Jamboree
12 teams of 4th and 5th grade boys and girls from St Cloud, Albany and Sartell participated in the 2014 SCAYBA Jamboree. The event filled six large bags of toys which were donated to Toys For Tots.
Joe Putz – President
Brock Swanson – Vice President
Scott Schroeder – Treasurer
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!