Sudbury Youth Basketball provides a safe learning environment for players of all abilities that develops the athletic skills, character, sportsmanship, & teamwork of Sudbury school children in grades K to 8, by participation in competitive basketball.

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Neither SYB or any of its coaches endorse any of these camps or clinics.  We provide this information to our member families for reference purposes only.
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Local Day Camps

Fieldhouse Sudburyhttp://fieldhousesudbury.com/basketball/

A Step Ahead - http://www.asahoops.com/

Babson Boys - http://www.babson.edu/summercamps/sports-camps/Pages/boys-basketball.aspx

Babson Girls - http://www.babson.edu/summercamps/sports-camps/Pages/girls-basketball.aspx

Below the Rim - http://www.belowtherim.com/

Bentley - http://bentleyfalcons.com/information/basketballcamp

Boston College Boys - http://www.bceagles.com/camps/bc-m-baskbl-camps.html

Boston College Girls - http://www.bceagles.com/camps/bc-w-baskbl-camps.html

Celtics - http://www.nba.com/celtics/camps/

Druker School of Basketball - TheDrukerSchoolofBasketball@gmail.com

Hoop Mountain - http://www.hoopmountain.com/

MT Elite Girls Basketball Camp - http://www.mtelite.com/summer-camps/

Natick High School Girls Basketball Camp - Dan Hinnenkamp dhinnenkamp@natickps.org

Rising Star Basketball Schools - www.risingstarbasketballschool.com

Sam Doner - http://donerelite.com/

Sarah Behn - http://www.behncamp.com/

Stonehill Sports Camps - www.stonehillsportscamps.com

Transition Basketball/LS Coaches - http://www.transitionbasketball.com/

Warriors - http://www.eteamz.com/warrior_hoop/news/index.cfm?cat=577150

 

Overnight Camps
 

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AAU clubs
AAU is a completely de-centralized program where players & parents determine which AAU club they want to try out for.  There is a wide variation amongst AAU club programs in regards to the skill level of the players & coaches, the philosophy of the program and how well it is run, the cost of participating, and how many games/tournaments are played. 

SYB does not endorse or recommend any particular AAU program but you can go to either of these web sites for a list of teams in the area:

For Girls teams: http://www.acahoops.com/GirlsAAULinks.htm
For Boys teams: http://www.acahoops.com/BoysAAULinks.htm

BE AWARE THAT MOST CLUBS CONDUCT TRY-OUTS STARTING IN JANUARY for the Spring season.