Welcome to The Ashburn Youth Basketball League - serving 3rd through 8th graders living in the Trailside, Stone Hill, Eagle Ridge and Belmont Ridge Middle School Boundaries, as well as 9-12th graders in the Rock Ridge, Briar Woods and Stone Bridge High School boundaries. AYBL is a 501c3 youth basketball organization, run by all volunteers, that operates in coordination with the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PR&CS). AYBL is one of the affiliated Loudoun County youth baskebtall league that are centered on each of the middle schools in Loudoun County.
Anyone Interested in being a Middle School League (travel) Coach this season - please complete the application below and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
All Applications are due to the league email address NLT July 31st.
AYBL will open is "Regular" registration period on August 9th and will close on August 30th. All registrations are subject to space availability in the age group. Anyone put on a waitlist will be contacted via email should a spot open up.
To Register please click on the following link to be taken to SportsSignup; you must have an account within SportsSignup in order to register.
For those new to the league, the system will ask you to provide the CURRENT GRADE level of your child(ren) - meaning if as of March 16, if they are in 2nd grade please enter "2nd" when creating your account. The system automatcially "ages up" based on the dates of our season - meaning if they are a 2nd grader on March 16th, the system assumes that they will be a 3rd grader when the season starts.
Those players wishing to participate in the Middle School League (aka. Travel) MUST be registered with the league in order to participate in those teams tryouts. While the teams represent each middle school, LCPS is not responsible for the coaches or composition of those teams.
PVOA is looking for officials for this coming basketball season - please contact Ruiqi Zhang at email@example.com if you are interested in becoming and Basketball Official this coming season.
Beginning in the 2012-2013 season, Two Ridges (T2RBL) began an initiative to "Give Back" to the community in which we serve - this started with our annual T2RBL Holiday "Give Back" Tip-Off Tournament. Youth Sports teaches more than just the game, youth sports teach a number of life lessons that we all use in our daily lives as we get older and stop playing the games we will always love.
In 2012-2013 Two Ridges raised approximately $2000 to help the DiGiovanna scholarship fund after Tony's passing. The funds raised helped his 4 children with their continuing education costs later in life. In addition to raising these funds, the Two Ridges community also collected over 1000lbs of food to support Loudoun Interfaith relief and their efforts to provide food across Loudoun.
At our 2013-2014 Tip Off Tournament, Two Ridges experienced another loss in our community with the passing of Gavin Rupp earlier in the year; you can read more about Gavin through the link on the left "Our Promise to #15." Gavin passed away after a nearly 3 year battle with cancer. Together our community raised $5000 which was donated to Children's National Medical Center on his behalf to help fund childhood cancer research and care for children battling the disease.
Later in the 2013-2014 season Two Ridges was approached by Central Loudoun Basketball League (CLBL) to host an All-Star event that benefitted a Loudoun County charity. Together, with the help of Loudoun Sports Alliance (LSA); we launched what will now be an annual event - the Loudoun Charity Basketball Classic (LBCC). With teams participating from T2RBL, CLBL and Western Loudoun (WLBL), together we raised $10,000 in support of Gabriella Miller's Smashing Walnuts Foundation. T2RBL and CLBL along with LSA are already in the processing of planning for the 2nd Annual LBCC that will take place on March 13-15th of 2015.
For the 2014-15 season, operating under our new name of AYBL, we chose to support two charities close to home for all of us. The first is BackPack Buddies, which helps supply food to the nearly 11,000 children in Loudoun County that are considered to be food "insecure." What that means it that there are 11,000 children that when they go home from school on Fridays, they may or may not have enough food to eat over the weekend. BackPack Buddies helps supply these children with easy to prepare meals over the course of the weekend so they don't go hungry until Monday. We also chose to support Tragedy Assistance Program (TAPS) - TAPS provides support to families who have lost loved ones in our armed services fighting for our freedom overseas as well as law enforcement right her at home. Through the donations collected during our 3rd Annual "Give Back" Tip Off tournament, we will pledge a donation to support families who are greiving a recent loved one.
Zack Orchant - League President
Brendan Malloy - VP Fundraising & Sponsors
Adam Levin - VP Travel League
Kent Larson - VP Special Programs
Mark Hair - VP Operations & Equipment
Nicole Orchant - CFO & Treasurer
Bret Cohen - Corporate Counsel
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PRCS Cancelation Line - 703-777-0456
(weather related cancellation info)
PRCS Facilities On Call Line- 571-233-0424
(Registration questions are to be directed to the league office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
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