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Intown Program

Travel Program

K-2 Program

SYB will award one or more scholarships to graduating seniors who have participated in SYB, either by playing in our program and/or by coaching an SYB team.  You are not required to have played basketball at LS to apply for the scholarship. 

Warriors Basketball Camp 7/29 - 8/2

Warriors Basketball Camp 2024

WHO:          Boys entering 2nd - 9th grade 
WHEN:        Monday, July 29 - Friday, August 2 from 9:00am - 1:00pm
WHERE:      LS High School Gyms
COACHES:  Coaching Staff and LSRHS Basketball Players
COST:         $275 per person

Camp will include skills, drills, games, competitions, prizes and more.  Participants should wear proper footwear (sneakers) and bring a water bottle each day.  All participants will receive a t-shirt.

Sudbury Youth Basketball is a nonprofit recreational youth sports organization that runs basketball programs and teams for children in Kindergarten through 8th grade who live or attend school in the towns of Lincoln and Sudbury, MA. The league runs from November through March.


The SYB K-2 intown is a developmental basketball program for boys and girls kindergarten through 2nd graders. The emphasis in the K-2 program will be on teaching the participants “how to play” rather than “running plays” and “winning games.” Each week, we will build on the previous week’s skills and concepts.


Our Intown program is a recreational league for girls and boys in 3rd through 8th grade.  Teams practice once a week and play games once a week.  In order to participate in SYB Basketball a player must reside in or attend schools in the town of Sudbury, MA during the school year.


The Sudbury Youth Basketball (SYB) Travel Program is for players in grades 4 through 8 seeking a higher level of commitment and competition, playing in a competitive league against teams from other towns. 

In order to run an effective travel program and maximize the number of players in the program, both players and parents should recognize that “Travel Basketball” requires a significantly higher commitment level than the in-town program. We understand that there may be conflicts from to time, but it is expected that players make basketball their primary sport for the winter and should be able to attend 75% of practices and games

For players who cannot fully commit to the travel program and will have competing priorities over the winter should register for our in-town program. 

Travel basketball requires a commitment from players and parents to attend practices and games. Because rosters are small, teams are disrupted if players are unable to make the necessary commitment. Players who routinely miss practices or games may realize less playing time during the season. Basketball should be your child’s primary sports commitment during the winter season.

In order to participate in SYB travel basketball a player must reside in or attend schools in the town of Lincoln or Sudbury, MA during the school year.