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2020 - 2021 SEASON UPDATE

Glencoe Youth Basketball 2020

Glencoe Youth Basketball 2020

December 17, 2020 
As a Board of Directors we met this last week and the Board has decided that given the current guidance from the OHA, OSAA, CDC and Hillsboro School District, we will not be able to have a basketball season this year for Little Dribblers or our Select Teams.
We will continue to monitor the guidance from the School District and the State of Oregon over the coming weeks/months. If anything significant changes before Spring Break, we will let you know. 
We miss you all. We have compiled a few FAQs below to help answer any questions.
We hope that you are all staying safe and active.
Roll Tide.
Jeremy Stewart
President, Glencoe Youth Basketball

What is the current guidance from the State of Oregon and OSAA, the governing body for Oregon High School athletics?

As of December 7th, the OSAA has elected to move High School basketball to a 6 week season starting in May. The memo sent to schools can be seen here:


Will there be a Select Team season in 2021?

Not at this time.  The board will continue to monitor changes to OSAA guidance, county risk levels, and changes at the high school level, to determine when/if a season can take place.  


Will there be Little Dribblers in January 2021?

No, the Little Dribblers season has been cancelled.  Given the size of Little Dribblers the Board has decided to wait until it is safe to resume normal operations.  


What if the risk level for Washington County begins to drop in January or February?

If/when the risk level lowers we will evaluate options for a season and/or tournaments and communicate decisions as appropriate.


What other options do I have for my kid(s) to play basketball this season?

With team options being limited at this time there are external opportunities for continued individual development:

Glencoe Youth Basketball is a proud member of Rip City Academy


Registrations are now closed for the season.

Glencoe Youth Basketball

Our mission is to leverage the amazing connective power of youth basketball, in partnership with local schools, to strengthen communities and encourage healthier kids and families.

Glencoe Girls Select Teams Shine at State Tournament

* 8th Grade Girls Coached by Cheri and Brian Farrimond finish 3-1 at  State Championships and 20 -17 overall! 

*7th Grade Girls Coached by Rian Petrick and Nate Pruss finish 2-2 at State Championships and 23 - 7 overall! 

*6th Grade Girls Coached by Adrienne Dolezal and Alan Taylor finish 1-3 at State Championships and 18-12 overall! 

GYB Secures Grant Funding to close participation Gap between Boys/Girls

Glencoe Youth Basketball, in partnership with the Hillsboro School District, secured grant funding to provide introductory basketball skills in a fun and active program at several of Hillsboro's lower socioeconomic schools. Participants in the programming will be provided opportunities to also join Little Dribblers during 2020 programming. The goal is to provide more exposure to basketball to more females in order to close the participation gap between males and females in Glencoe Basketball and in Hillsboro. 

Please take a look at this video from our very own Glencoe High School Girls Basketball Team.



Communication on the rescheduling of the GYB Org Meeting will come out by the end of April.  The purpose of the meeting is to review the past year and discuss general happenings in the Glencoe Youth Basketball Program.  Last years meeting minutes are linked below. If you have interest in getting more involved in GYB don't miss this meeting! 

Coach Kassi's Open Letter

Please take a moment to read Head Coach Kassi Conditt's latest letter to the Glencoe Community. Click here.