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Middleton Basketball Club

MBC Cardinal (Recreational) League Registration is Open thru Nov15

Registration is open for the MBC Cardinal League (formerly known as the Rec League).  It will close on November 15, 2014.  Games will run from January 10, 2015 thru March 8, 2015.  Register by using the link below.  If the link isn't active, copy and paste to your URL bar.

https://middletonbasketballclub.sportngin.com/register/form/899229543

Teams will be formed in late November or early December and teams will begin practicing in mid-December.  

 

MBC Fall 2014 Registration

Middleton Basketball Club 2014 – 2015 season online registration for the competitive league is now closed.  Recreational league registration is still available at the following link until November 15th:

https://middletonbasketballclub.sportngin.com/register/form/899229543

The girls’ Tri-County season will run from November 1 – mid-December.  This is starting about a week later than last year but the number of games that teams play will remain the same.  As we work with the other communities in Tri-County, we will look at some games scheduled in a tournament format in the same or close locations so that it is manageable for families. 

The boys Tri-County season will begin with games on the weekend of January 10th.  Teams will normally play two games per weekend through the end of the season which is the weekend of February 28/March 1 for grades 4-6 and March 7/8 for grades 7-8. Many of our teams will also play in one or more pre-season tournaments - in some cases beginning as early as November. Depending on coach and parent preference, some of our teams may also add in a few in-season tournaments to supplement the Tri-County schedule.  Parents and kids who register for the Competitive program should be able and willing to commit to practices two nights a week in addition to this game schedule. 

New this season: 3rd graders will will have the option to play 5 v 5, full court games in a competitive league.  Our goal for this age group is to form even teams and the number of teams will be determined based on the number of kids who sign up.  There isn’t a 3rd grade Tri-County league for boys or girls , so these teams would sign up to play in tournaments in the area.  There are many tournaments available and MBC will help coaches find them if needed.  We will still have a 3 v 3 format option in our recreational league for 3rd graders (as we have had in the past) for those families who prefer that.

MBC Fall 2014 Registration

Middleton Basketball Club 2014 – 2015 season online registration for the competitive league is now closed.  Recreational league registration is still available at the following link until November 15th:

https://middletonbasketballclub.sportngin.com/register/form/899229543

The girls’ Tri-County season will run from November 1 – mid-December.  This is starting about a week later than last year but the number of games that teams play will remain the same.  As we work with the other communities in Tri-County, we will look at some games scheduled in a tournament format in the same or close locations so that it is manageable for families. 

The boys Tri-County season will begin with games on the weekend of January 10th.  Teams will normally play two games per weekend through the end of the season which is the weekend of February 28/March 1 for grades 4-6 and March 7/8 for grades 7-8. Many of our teams will also play in one or more pre-season tournaments - in some cases beginning as early as November. Depending on coach and parent preference, some of our teams may also add in a few in-season tournaments to supplement the Tri-County schedule.  Parents and kids who register for the Competitive program should be able and willing to commit to practices two nights a week in addition to this game schedule. 

New this season: 3rd graders will will have the option to play 5 v 5, full court games in a competitive league.  Our goal for this age group is to form even teams and the number of teams will be determined based on the number of kids who sign up.  There isn’t a 3rd grade Tri-County league for boys or girls , so these teams would sign up to play in tournaments in the area.  There are many tournaments available and MBC will help coaches find them if needed.  We will still have a 3 v 3 format option in our recreational league for 3rd graders (as we have had in the past) for those families who prefer that.

James R. Helmuth 2014 Skills Clinic

The James R. Helmuth Skills Clinic is back this year.  This clinic is for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders and will be held at the Middleton High School Fieldhouse on October 26th from 1:30 to 2:30.  Details can be found in the following PDF.


The Middleton 5th grade boys’ team won the Tournament Championship Saturday March 1st in Lodi, WI. Other metro area teams such as Madison Memorial, Waunakee and Madison East were also there in attendance competing. Middleton played great team basketball


2014 James R. Helmuth Basketball Buddies Introductory Skills Clinic

When:  Sunday, October 26 from 1:30-2:30 pm 

Where:  Middleton High School Fieldhouse

Who can attend:  Boys and Girls in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grades.  No experience necessary!!

Cost:  FREE!!  (Donations accepted)

Call 608 320-1821 for more details on how to register!

Recreational Basketball Registration. Open thru November 15, 2014.

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We are a volunteer based organization passionately committed to serving and providing an environment for the youth of our community to play, grow and enjoy the game of basketball.

It is the goal and mission of the Middleton Basketball Club to ensure that players are placed in a manner to best serve the needs of the child athletes as determined by the player's age and skill level at placement evaluations. The number of competitive and recreational teams will be determined based on our policy of team sizes of 9 to 11 players and the overall skill level of the athletes being evaluated for placement. Attendance at placement evaluations does not guarantee placement on a competitive team. Evaluators may determine that a student will learn more from one of our recreational teams than the competitive teams and will place that player (or team) into the program that best fits their skill level.