NESYB Hoops Programs
PURGOLDER Fall/Winter Season (Oct-Feb)
NESYB is the official Feeder program for Madison East High School. During the Fall/Winter (Oct-Feb) NESYB provides basketball opportunities for Madison's North and Eastside residence who plan to attend East High or currently live in the East high district. Athletes grades 1st-8th looking to play Fall/Winter basketball should attend Purgolder camps and open gyms during September and October
(follow us on social media for dates, times and locations of open gyms and camps as they change).
The Fall/Winter season consists of camps ( grades1st-5th) local league play (BDL) with 1-2/ 1.5hr scheduled practices per week.
during the fall/winter season NESYB focuses on fundamental development, team building and skill enhancement for players of all skill levels.
*Exposure schedules offered for travel tournament teams if roster permits.
Spring/Summer Season ( March-June)
NESYB's Spring/Summer season runs from late March through June ( with optional July tournaments).
The spring/summer season consists of local and travel team options. Rosters are limited to 10 players to optimize player and team development, effort and exposure.
Travel teams are based on tryouts- spots are NOT guaranteed. (tryout dates announced via social media)
Local teams are district based teams that typically roll over from Winter basketball.
BITTY BALL (Jan-Feb)
Bitty Ball is a 8-week developmental basketball league based out of Madison's North and Eastside. Bitty Ball is for grades 1st - 5th and is co-ed playing on mini court with 8ft hoops . Our focus is to create a fun, high energy, learning environments for all participants. Bitty Ball was created to help establish a basketball foundation and passion in our area youth.
The first 3-4 weeks are practice based and consist of player development with an introduction to basketball fundamentals.
The last 3-4 weeks are game weeks. Teams are formed based on Bitty Ball participant numbers, age and ability. One 36-minute game will be played on Sundays for each team
( Game schedules release in week 3 or 4)
Teams consist of 8 players (if numbers allow) playing 4 vs 4 to 5 vs 5 while rotating every 4-6 minutes to ensure equal court time. A score clock will be present for time keeping (not score) to help ensure equal time on the court.
T-shirts are provided for all participants
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