Chicago Youth Basketball Leagues 2022 spring leagues and practice begin in March
The Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network, the premier youth basketball tournament network, will open registration for spring games beginning in March 2022, including the March Madness Shootout and March Mayhem.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) has announced the opening of registrations for the spring basketball season. The tournaments of the winter season will soon come to a successful end with the Playmakers Boys Winter League. Teams can now begin training for spring tournaments including the March Madness Shootout, March Mayhem, March Hoopfest and Clash of the Clubs. CYBN offers 2-game and 3-game shootout match formats for each tournament in March.
To participate Spring League practice and games, teams must be in grades three and above. The tournaments are open to both girls’ and boys’ teams. It is a tradition for CYBN to maintain the lowest possible registration fees to enter their basketball tournaments. All March games are also priced well. The March Madness tournament costs $135 for a 2-game shootout in Chicago Suburbs and Crown Point, IN, while the 3-game shootout in Chicago Suburbs costs $175. Teams interested in participating in the March Madness Shootout can choose between Saturday 3/5/22 and Sunday 3/6/22 for their playgrounds.
The second tournament during the spring season is the March Mayhem. The registration fee is $135 for the 2-game shootout in Chicago Suburbs and Crown Point, IN, and the 3-game shootout in Chicago Suburbs is $175. The March Mayhem Tournament has free slots for interested teams on Saturday 3/12/22 and Sunday 3/13/22.
Teams wishing to play tournaments through mid-March can participate in the March Hoopfest. Registration fees for March’s Hoopfest for the Chicago Suburbs 2-Game Shootout is $145, while the cost for the Chicago Suburbs 3-Game Shootout is $185. The March Hoopfest takes place on the third weekend of March on 03/19/22 and 03/20/22.
The final tournament scheduled for late March is the Clash of Clubs. This tournament has similar prizes to March’s Hoopfest, which costs $145 for a 2-game shootout and $185 for a 3-game shootout in the Chicago suburbs. The Clash of Clubs takes place on the last weekend in March.
The remainder of the spring season tournaments include fan favorites such as the Spring Tip-Off, Spring Run and Gun, Easter Classic, Skyline Classic, and Mother’s Day Classic. CYBN promises its teams and viewers a fun, exciting and challenging basketball season.
Visit the company’s official website,https://cybntournaments.com/Home/Indexto learn more about the Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network and register for spring leagues and training.
The CYBN coaches and organizers promise another exciting spring basketball season for the young basketball teams. Shootouts are held throughout the spring season to match teams evenly.
This was explained by a trainer from CYBN “The games will be competitive and fast-paced to keep the teams, managers and fans interested and excited in every game.”
“The spring league games and practice will be more than just regular basketball competitions. They will need to use all their skills, teamwork and the best plays to be successful.”
About Chicago Youth Basketball Network
The Chicago Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) is one of Chicago’s most recognized and active youth basketball organizations. They currently serve over 5000 teams and the number of registrations is growing every year. The organization helps many schools and other organizations save up to $250,000 annually. However, the increase in the number of teams registering and willing to register will have a positive impact on the sport in general. Although the Chicago Youth Basketball Network is not a tournament broker and does not invest capital in any basketball team, it offers school districts and municipalities the opportunity to rent courts at a discounted rate. That CYBN and its growing network of partners own several gyms in Chicago. The charges are 25% of what they are normally with the same facilities. That means organizations save money and keep gyms filled; a win for everyone.
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