Youth Basketball

  1. Mighty Mites (Grades K-1)

    An instructional, co-ed program that teaches the fundamentals of basketball to young players using a variety of fun drills and activities designed to improve skills.

  2. More Mighty Mites (Grades 2-3)

    Full court basketball games are introduced in this modified instructional format. Staff will provide a combination of instructional drills and controlled scrimmages.

  3. Beginner Boys & Girls (Grades 3-4)

    Beginner Basketball is designed for boys and girls in grades 3 and 4. Practices and games are used as opportunities to learn basic rules of basketball and develop skills in a non competitive encouraging environment.

  4. Junior Boys (Grades 5-6) & Girls (Grades 5-7)

    The Junior Division for Boys and Girls in grades 5 - 6 are an introduction to competitive basketball. In these divisions, Good sportsmanship and fair play is emphasized.

  5. Intermediate Boys (Grades 7-8)

    The Intermediate Divisions are for players in grades 7 and 8 to participate in a competitive basketball environment while they learn about and practice fair play and good sportsmanship.

  6. Advanced Boys (Grades 9-10)

    The very popular Advanced Division (Grades 9-10) is an opportunity for the older players to participate in a league that promotes good sportsmanship, respect for teammates and opponents as well as coaches and officials in a competitive basketball environment.

  7. Senior Boys (Grades 11-12)

    Find out how to participate in the Senior Boys Division Basketball league.

  8. Senior Girls (Grades 8-12)

    Explore the information necessary to sign up for the Senior Girls basketball division.

  9. NEW! Rec Performance Plus (Grades 5-8)

    This program has taken the place of our traditional Rec Plus we have offered in the past. An opportunity for your child to scrimmage against other South Windsor recreation basketball participants and develop skills.

  10. Tryout Schedules

    Dates and times for all divisions tryouts

  11. Travel Boys

    Competitive basketball play versus Central CT opponents, the travel basketball league offers youngsters increased practice time (typically 2, 2-hour practices per week) and approximately 25 games scheduled including tournaments.

  12. Travel Girls

    Find out who is eligible to play for the Girls Traveling Basketball team.

  13. Open Gyms (PDF)

  14. Parent/Coach Information

    Find important documents such as the coach handbook, the coach application and more that would be helpful to a parent/coach.

  15. Concussion Protocol (PDF)

    Find out what is involved in the legally necessary Concussion Protocol packet.

  16. Sponsorship Opportunities

    Information on how your business or organization can sponsor one or more teams in the Jim Snow Youth basketball program. A great way to get your name in front of hundreds of people.