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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The program runs from after Thanksgiving to early March for 4th through 8th graders that is similiar to an intramural league that competes against teams inside of Sudbury.  

Due to gym constraints and the tremendous growth in the program, the number of teams in each division is limited each season.  Slots are filled on a first come first serve basis using registration dates/postmarks.  Avoid disappointment and register early for the winter season.  Be sure to save your registration email confirmation for your records.

Click here to see our most Frequently Asked Questions or to find out more about the Registration Process

See below for a description of our league structure and the different programs we offer.



The SYB In-Town league is a program in which all players participate and compete with other Sudbury youth.  The divisions are based on grade level (not age):

3rd and 4th grade


5th and 6th grade 


7th and 8th grade



PLEASE NOTE: Mites, Bantams and Cadet practices will begin the week of November 28



There are no tryouts, but rather one assessment night per division. The goal is to evaluate each player so that we can form balanced teams. The dates and times of the assessments can be found under Intown Assessment Dates.



Girls In-Town*


Game (Time)

Practice (Time)

Mites (3rd/4th) 

Mon (6-7pm or 7-8pm)

Tues (6-7pm)

Bantam (5th /6th)

Wed (6-7pm or 7-8pm or 8-9pm)

Tues (7-8pm)

Cadet (7th /8th)

Mon (8-9pm)

Wed (7-8pm or 8-9pm)


Boys In-Town*


Game (Time)

Practice (Time)

Mites (3rd + 4th) 

Tues (5-6pm, 6-7pm or 7-8pm)

Thurs (6-7pm or 7-8pm)

Bantam (5th  + 6th) 

Fri (6-7pm, 7-8pm or 8-9pm)

Wed (6-7pm or 7-8pm)

Cadet (7th + 8th) 

Fri (6-7pm, 7-8pm or 8-9pm)

Mon (6-7pm, 7-8pm or 8-9pm)


*Dates/times subject to change based on number of teams



Mite, Bantam and Cadet teams participate in a single-elimination tournament often referred to as "March Madness” after Feb break. 



There is a 50% minimum and 75% maximum playing time rule for all In-Town games. 



The fee for In-Town League participation is $200 per player for Kindergarten boys and girls, $250 per player for 1st grade boys and girls and 2nd grade boys and girls;  $275 per player for 3rd-6th grade (Mites and Bantams): $325 for 7th-8th grade (Cadets) payable at the time of registration.  



Reversible Sudbury Youth Basketball pinneys will be worn throughout the season. If you have the reversible pinney from a prior season, you can use it again in the current season. If you need a new one, Brines Sporting Goods in Concord has them available for purchase.



In-Town teams are always looking for coaches, particularly at the Cadet and Bantam levels.  If you have any interest, please consider volunteering your time with your son or daughter.  If interested, please indicate your interest by checking the appropriate area when registering your child and filling out the coach’s application found at the top of the home page.