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2021-2022 Registration

Registration is now closed. If you're interested in registering, please send an email to boysbaskeball@oaaonline.com to see if there are any open spots.

The fee schedule is:

  • $145 September 7 through September 30 - Early Bird Discount!
  • $165 October 1 through October 21st,
  • $185 after October 21st and only if a roster spot is available.

The league provides shorts and a jersey which players will keep after the season.

While registering your player, you will be asked if you wish to volunteer. Please consider doing so. This program is run entirely by volunteers. Thank you.

OAA Boys Basketball will be reviewing guidance from the Minnesota State High School League regarding the pandemic.

Boys Basketball

The boys basketball program is a recreational league for players in 3rd through 8th grade. Three leagues: 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, and 7th/8th grade. The goal of the program is to provide an enjoyable, positive environment in which participants learn the fundamentals of basketball. OAA teams compete with surrounding communities in the Metro East Rec League.

Typically, teams practice for one 75 minute session per week and play one game per week. Practices are on weeknights and typically begin in mid-November. Games are on Saturday mornings and afternoons and typically start in early December and continue into late February or early March. Practice time/locations will be set after the school district allocates gym times.

Looking for traveling basketball? Visit Tartan Boys Traveling Basketball.

Refund Policy

If we don't have a season due to the pandemic, everyone will receive a full refund.

Assuming we have a season, all refunds are subject to a $10 processing fee.  Refunds, as well as the amount of the refund are left to the discretion of the league director. Refunds may take up to 10 business days to process.

Assigning Players to Teams

All grades - When registering, a player can express a preference for a friend and/or a coach. Preferences will be satisfied in the following order:

  • Satisfy family relationships.
  • Satisfy coach's preference for one player.
  • Satisfy player preferences in order by registration date and time.
  • Assign players based on a common unsatisfied preference.
  • Assign players based on school.
  • Assign any remaining players where ever the player fits.

Greg Bearth

Director

Metro East Rec League

This community league is administered by Minnesota Youth Athletic Service (MYAS).

Following are links to sites providing free drills. They also market  paid offerings. If you've discovered a useful site, send the link to boysbasketball@oaaonline.com and we'll add it to the list.