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Spring Basketball House Assessments

Spring Basketball Assessment Dates and Locations information is located on our scheduling and communications web-site.  Information for each age group is on the administrative team.  Links are listed below:

4th Grade Boys:  assessment infomration

5th Grade Boys: assessment information

6th Grade Boys: assessment information

7th Grade Boys: assessment information

8th Grade Boys: assessment informtaion

9th- 12th Grade boys - No assessments

4th-5th Grade Girls: assessment information

6th-7th Grade Girls: assessment infomation

8th-9th Grade Girls: TBD

10th-12th Grade Girls: No assessment

Spring Basketball Program 2014 (grades 4-12 only)
Update March 17

UPDATE: Guaranteed registration for Spring basketball ended at 11:59 PM on Sunday 3/16. Registrations beginning Monday 3/17 will only be accepted if space permits in individual leagues. All others will be put on a wait list

SPRING HOUSE PROGRAM (BOYS/GIRLS GRADES 4-12 only)

Online registration for the CYA Spring House Basketball Program will began in January 2014. The registration fee for grades 4-8 is $145.00 and for grades 9-12 is $155; this registration fee includes a $20 CYA admin fee, a $10 indoor capital improvement fee, and a $5.50 Fairfax County user fee.  The deadline to register without a late fee has been extended to 11:59 March 3rd. Beginning March 3rd a $25 late charge is assessed on all registrations. To ensure placement on a team, you must register by March 15th. All registrants after March 15th will be placed on a wait list and placed on a team only if space permits. NOTE: Due to Fairfax County rules, a $30 user fee is assessed on any out-of-county registrants.

CYA’s house program is open to all applicants in grades 4-12 regardless of skill level or place of residence. Those who participated in the Winter travel program or played for their High School teams are also eligible to participate in this house program. Most leagues in grade 4-8 have a weeknight practice and a weekend game for the first few weeks and then go to a weeknight game and weekend game for the remainder of the season. High school aged players have a single pre-season practice then go straight to games only (weeknight and weekend games).

The season will start in late March or early April and will go until early June. Skills assessments for grades 4-8 will be held in mid to late March. Games are anticipated to begin the weekend of March 29-30 for most leagues. There will be no games during Spring break.

For more information, see the Frequency Asked Questions page or send an email to the registrar (Cindy Aune) at registrar@chantillyyouth.org.

SPRING AAU PROGRAM (GIRLS AND BOYS GRADES 4-9)

While there is no Travel program in the Spring, CYA last year instituted a pilot AAU program on the girls side for grades 4-8. These players pay a $200 base registration fee and then a supplemental fee depending on how many AAU tournaments they participate in and the cost of those tournaments. They are also required to purchase their uniforms. Players on these teams practice twice a week and play in up to 6  local tournaments over the course of the AAU season.

This year (2014) CYA instituted a Boys AAU program along the same lines as last year's girls program. Tryouts for both the boys and girls programs took place in late February to early March.

The coordinator for the AAU girls program is Craig Ballam (sports@theballams.name) and for the boys program is Jon Enders (john.enders24@gmail.com).

CYA College Scholarship 2014
Application Process

CYA Basketball once again has set aside $4000 in total college scholarship monies to be awarded in the Spring of 2014 to qualified applicants for use in the scholastic year 2014—2015 as a college freshman. Individual awards ranging from $500-$1000 will be given by the basketball board of directors to up to 6 high school seniors (at least one boy and one girl) who have participated in CYA Basketball in their middle school and high school years and who meet the other stated criteria of academic achievement and good sportsmanship.

 
General guidelines for the application include:
 
  • The applicant must have submitted all requested information on time (If full package is not received, no consideration will be given). Please read all instructions carefully!
  • The applicant must display good citizenship and have an exemplary record of community service. Applicant must also have a record of good sportsmanship while participating in the CYA basketball program.
  • The applicant must attend an accredited college in the fall of the scholarship program year (2011) and plan on obtaining a four-year degree.
  • The applicant must currently have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better for all 4 0f their high school years.

The applicant must have played on either a CYA Basketball team or their high school basketball team for at least three seasons during their high school years. In addition, the applicant must have been a registered participant and participated in CYA house or travel Basketball for a minimum of two seasons during their middle and high school years (these two requirements can overlap).

The recipient of a 2014 CYA Basketball scholarship will be a person who is inspiring to his/her teammates and friends, displays good sportsmanship, and brings credit to his/her school and sport. (This scholar-athlete need not have played on their high school basketball team and need not have been a highly skilled player.)

Deadline for the completed application is May 31st (though the Board reserves the right to extend the deadline if an insufficient number of applications has been received). For a copy of the application, click the link on the left side of this web page. Applications should be mailed or hand delivered to:

Cindy Aune
Vice Chairperson, CYA Basketball
3003 Heritage Farm Ct.
Oak Hill, VA  20017


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