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2016-17 MBC Registration NOW OPEN!

Registration for the upcoming 2016-17 basketball season is NOW OPEN!  Click HERE to register.

If you have any further questions about registering for this league please contact:

Marty Burkholder

MBC Registrar

2016-17 MBC Evaluations - MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

2016 Girls' Evaluations

  • Monday August 29 - Thursday September 1
  • Kromrey Middle School

2016 Boys' Evaluations

  • Sunday September 18 - Thursday September 22
  • Kromrey Middle School

Go to our News page for more details on the evaluations.

3 Point Shooting Contest at Good Neighbor's Fest

The Middleton Basketball Club is holding its Inaugural 3-Point Shooting Contest at the Middleton Good Neighbor Festival on Saturday, August 27th starting at 2PM in Fireman's Park.

Boys and Girls in grades 3 through 8 (for the 2016-17 school year) are invited to sign up online.

Registration is free, but be sure to sign up early to make sure you reserve a spot in the contest. We can only accommodate 50 total participants.

The boys’ contest will run from 2:00-3:30pm and the girls’ contest will run from 3:30-5:00pm. The times are approximate and will depend on how many sign up. Note: There will be an adjusted 3 point line for grades 3-5.

Use the following link to sign up!

https://goo.gl/forms/MWFOM0MuE2IUfD8y1


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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 teams will be determined based on our policy of team sizes of 8 to 10 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 a recreational team than the competitive teams and will recommend that player into the program that best fits their skill level.