Blue Jay Basketball Club Summer League

Summer League Season is designed similar to Fall League

(but is intended to be higher level competition)

 

2024 Summer League games will be played July 8th - July 22nd.

If we get enough teams to fill all divisions, teams will play 2 games on the either:
 
- Mondays of July 8th, 15th, and 22nd
OR
- Tuesdays of July 9th, 16th, and 23rd.
 
It will be one night or the other for the week with 2 games on a night.
 
If we don't get enough teams and can play them all on one night, we will just utilize Mondays.

 

 

  • Season runs June through July
  • Bluejay Club Summer League player Fee is $50/player.
  • Registration fee covers cost for practices, games and uniform.
  • Club teams will practice 1-2 times per week in June and July.
  • Practices will start early to mid-June. Players are expected to attend practice.
  • Practices are typically 1hr long between 4pm-7pm.
  • Teams will play two 40 minute games per night on a weeknight evening in July for three weeks.
  • Games start at 4:00pm and are done around 7:30pm.
  • Games are hosted at the same gym locations as the Fall League.
  • Games will be played on full size courts with one game in a gym per time with two paid officials assigned to each game
  • Competition during summers tends to be better due to more advanced club teams are playing ball.
  • Summer League is intended to allow the most advanced players the opportunity to compete against other advanced teams
  • Teams playing league games will consist of teams from outside Bondurant and Bluejay Basketball Club.
  • Registration is now open! 
  • Registration closes May 10th, 2024

 

  • The goal is to have at least one summer team per division for boys & girls entering 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grades. 
  • If only one team - this would be an “A” team for each grade level that would be chosen by the Board with input from coaches – sometimes through a tryout.
  • Depending on number of registrations, there may be two teams per grade/division.
  • Other teams that play in summer tournaments are primarily club or select teams (not school teams) and usually consist of kids that are only playing basketball.
  • Competition level steps up another notch and with our mission of keeping the game fun and kids wanting to continue to play in future, that means putting our kids into a situation where they have a chance to be successful.