OVER 200 TEAMS PLAYED IN THE BACK TO SCHOOL LEAGUE IN 2017!!!!! THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO GET YOUR PLAYERS READY FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL BASKETBALL SEASON THAN PLAYING IN THE BEST CHOICE FIELDHOUSE BACK TO SCHOOL LEAGUE!! BEST CHOICE FIELDHOUSE CONTINUES TO RUN AND FACILITATE THE BEST AND MOST COMPETITIVE LEAGUES IN INDIANA!! MULTIPLE DIVISIONS PER AGE GROUP TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL TEAMS ARE PLACED IN A DIVISION WHERE THEY CAN HAVE COMPETITIVE GAMES WEEK AFTER WEEK!!!
SPECTATOR ADMISSION PRICES FOR GAMES ARE:
$5.00 FOR ADULTS, $2.00 FOR SENIORS AND STUDENTS AND $14.00 FOR IMMEDIATE FAMILY.
The Best Choice Fieldhouse Premier Boys and Girls Basketball Leagues offer the finest competitive environment in youth basketball. Each grade level offers A, B, and C Divisions where appropriate to insure your team is able to compete and develop at the level best-suited for their developmental needs. This attention to detail has earned Best Choice Fieldhouse the reputation as the best league play available in the state of Indiana -- often drawing teams from as far as Ohio and Illinois! League dates are listed below.
Each league season consists of an 8 game regular season plus a single elimination, seeded championship tournament.
Team entry fees are $575 per season-8 game session, seeded championship tournament
Individual fees are $150 per season-Which includes 8 game session, one practice per week and players uniform
**THERE WILL BE NO LEAGUE GAMES OVER LABOR DAY WEEKEND.
Games played Sundays for Grades K-6
Saturday's for Grades 7 - High School to avoid conflicts with other fall sport activities.
Not all games and/or practices will be held at Best Choice Fieldhouse due to the large amount of teams that register. These venues include but are not limited to Mt. Vernon High School, Noblesville Boys & Girls Club, Noblesville High School, Noblesville West Middle School, Northview Middle School, and Warren Central High School
|Date:||Aug 18 - Oct 22, 2018|
|Divisions:||All-Star,Division I/School A,Division II/School B|
|Type:||Event format has not been determined or made public.|