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Recreational Boys and Girls Basketball

Registration is Now Open for the 2022-23 Recreational Basketball Season

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Program Benefits

  • Weekly Practices
  • 8 Game Guarantee
  • Single-Elimination Playoffs
  • Skills and All-Star Competitions
  • Trophies to League and Playoff Champions and Finalists
  • Team Jersey
  • Participation T-Shirts

Covid-19 Protocols (from 2021-22 Season)

In order to ensure that our players remain safe and healthy this season, everyone will be required to wear masks in the schools at all times including players, coaches, parents or guardians, and game spectators.  

Anyone experiencing Covid symptoms such as Fever, Cough, Chills, Shortness of Breath, Loss of Taste or Smell, Headache, Nausea, Vomiting, or Diarrhea should not attend practices or games.

Any player who tests positive for Covid during the season should notify Coach and League Director as soon as possible.  The Coach will also inform the families of any other team members who might have been exposed.

We are also joining the National Federation of State High School Associations campaign #DontMissYourShot that is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated. For more information see 


The Recreational Basketball program provides an opportunity for youth to develop fundamental basketball skills and learn important life skills such as how to participate as part of a team and communicate with your peers.  The practices and games are designed to improve skills and create a fun, learning environment for the players.  Teams are formed for the following age groups:  Coed 7-8, Boys 9-10, Boys 11-12, Boys 13-14, Boys 15-18, Girls 9-11, and Girls 12-14 (age brackets depend on the number of teams formed).

Official Basketball Ages:

The age cutoff date for basketball is January 1st of the given season.

Examples: A player who turns 13 prior to January 1st of a given season is considered to have an official age of 13 for that season.  Such a player would need to register for SBGC's 13-14 in-house division or play for a 13-year-old travel team, unless consent to do otherwise was granted.

In contrast, a player who turns thirteen on or after January 1st of a given season is considered to be 12 for that season. Such a player would need to register for SBGC's 11-12 in-house division or play for a 12-year-old travel team, unless consent to do otherwise was granted.  

High School Seniors who turn 18 prior to January 1st of a given season are eligible to play in our recreational league. Proof of High School enrollment may be requested. 


Q.  How are the age groups broken down?
Q.  How are teams organized?  
Q.  What size ball is used?  
Q.  Are standard 10-foot baskets used for all leagues?
Q.  When does registration begin?  
Q.  Can I register via paper copy and mail in my registration form and fee?  
Q.  When will evaluations be held? 
Q.  When will player drafts be held? 
Q.  When can practices begin?  
Q.  Does the league provide uniforms? 
Q.  Is the 7-8 league an instructional league or are actual games played?  
Q.  Who officiates the games? 
Q.  Where are the games and practices held?  
Q.  What basketball rules are followed? 
Q.  Who are the coaches?
Q.  Do you have a program for background checks to be conducted for all coaches?  
Q.  How long is the season?  
Q.  How many players are on a team?  
Q.  Are the players involved in any tournament play?  
Q.  Do the kids get any awards if their team wins the league or tournament? 
Q.  Is there an All Star game at the end of the season?
Q.  Will practices continue once games start?
Q.  How long are the games/practices?  
Q.  Does SBGC have travel teams? 
Q.  When are travel tryouts?  
Q.  Can I request that my son/daughter play on the same team?  
Q.  My neighbor and I would like to coach a team together in the boys 11-12 age group.  Can we request that we coach together? 
Q.  Can I request that my son play on the same team with their friends?  
Q.  My child is only 10, but I want him to play up in the 11-12 league, can he?  
Q.  My son/daughter is only 6, but has a lot of talent.  Can I sign him/her up to play in the 7/8 league?  
Q.  What are the fees for the league?
Q.  How can I register my son/daughter for the basketball league?

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Basketball Commissioner

Rodney Petersen, [email protected]

Deputy Basketball Commissioner

Mike Hewitt, [email protected]

Coed 7-8 League Director

Courtney Broughton, [email protected]

Boys 9-10 League Director
John Kueffner, [email protected]

Boys 11-12 League Director
Aaron Dale, [email protected]
Boys 13-18 League Director

Sergio Fuentes, [email protected]

Girls 9-11 and 12-14 League Director
Mike Hewitt, [email protected]

Savage Boys & Girls Club

P.O. Box 1003 
Savage, Maryland 20763
Email : [email protected]
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