Adult League

The Winter 5 v 5 Adult Recreational League is designed to give adults in the Yampa Valley Community a chance to play organized basketball in a fun and competitive environment.

Registration opens December 1st with play occuring January through March on Sunday afternoons.

Please have one person per team register the team. This person then becomes the 'team captain' and all communications from HAB will filter through this channel. If you are new to town or don't have a team, please contact the Adult League Program Coordinator.

Please know and abide by the Code of Conduct.

For more information - please contact Pat Ayres at patrickdayres@gmail.com

 
2019 Game Schedule

2019 Adult Rec League Schedule
All games are played in the Kelly Meek Gymnasium

Week 1- 1/6/19
5:00pm- Cook Chevrolet vs. Steamers
6:00pm- Shitbirds vs. Borden Art
7:00pm- Ruggers vs. Cloverdale

Week 2- 1/13/19
5:00pm- Cloverdale vs. Shitbirds
6:00pm- Ruggers vs. Cook Chevrolet
7:00pm- Steamers vs. Borden Art


Week 3- 1/20/19
5:00pm- Cook Chevrolet vs. Cloverdale
6:00pm- Borden Art vs. Ruggers
7:00pm- Shitbirds vs. Steamers

Week 4- 1/27/19
5:00pm- Cook Chevrolet vs. Shitbirds
6:00pm- Cloverdale vs. Borden Art
7:00pm- Ruggers vs. Steamers

Week 5- 2/10/19
5:00pm- Steamers vs. Cloverdale
6:00pm- Borden Art vs. Cook Chevrolet
7:00pm- Shitbirds vs. Ruggers

Week 6- 2/17/19
5:00pm- Borden Art vs. Shitbirds
6:00pm- Cloverdale vs. Ruggers
7:00pm- Steamers vs. Cook Chevrolet

Week 7- 2/24/19
5:00pm- Borden Art vs. Steamers
6:00pm- Shitbirds vs. Cloverdale
7:00pm- Cook Chevrolet vs. Ruggers

Week 8- 3/3/19
5:00pm- Ruggers vs. Borden Art
6:00pm- Cloverdale vs. Cook Chevrolet
7:00pm- Steamers vs. Shitbirds

Weeks 9-11 will be Playoffs and that schedule will be announced after the
final regular season game.

 
Making the Most of Our Gyms
Posted Feb 19, 2019

As always, we are looking for ways to offer more basketball to the community. Our dilemma is gym space. As many of you know, there are only three gyms in Steamboat and all of them are located within a school facility. With that, comes priority. School programs rightfully recieve the highest priority on gym time. Outside user groups come second. There is a CHSAA rule that kids cannot meet with their coach on Sundays, hence our ability to have gym space that day.

With Steamboat's long winter stretching into traditional fall and spring sports seasons, many of these community club sports are forced to practice inside until weather permits outdoor practices. All of the community sports clubs work together to use the available gyms as fairly as possible, but there is a definite need for more space!

 

 
Registration is OPEN!
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