11/17 UPDATE: The basketball schedules have been released! Best of luck to all teams this season. Due to general lack of gym availability, game changes will be extremely difficult this season.
The full season schedule for girls and boys basketball is now available (11/17 8pm). These schedules were reviewed by the coordinators from each parish/school and feedback was provided to the league before the schedule was finalized. Thank you to all coordinators for their feedback, almost all of which was incorporated into the schedule.
Schedules can be found in a variety of formats from the Schedule menu (by Team, by Date, by Gym). If you are a coach, you can also view a pre-filtered version of the schedule which only shows your team from your Coach Portal. Others who created an account on the web site and subscribed to a team or teams, can view those schedules on their Subscriber Portal.click here to read more ...
Per the Health and Safety Guidelines for all GCCYS 2020-21 school season sports, each player can have a maximum of two adults attend their games this season (yes, coaches and assistant coaches count towards this total). However, there are some facilities that, due to their size, have different more stringent guidelines. Also, please note that when we say two adults, that means that nobody else can attend a game (no siblings, cousins, etc ...). It doesn't matter who the adults are with the player (can be grandparents, etc ...) but no children.
The following facilities will only allow ONE adult per player:
Please note that these guidelines were updated on November 15, 2020 to reflect policy for the 2020-21 basketball season
Please read the GCCYS Health and Safety Guidelines for the 2020-21 basketball season. For those parishes that did not sign this document during the fall volleyball season, they must do so to participate in the basketball season. In addition, all parents must check a box on the GCCYS Liability Waiver indicating that they have read this document and agree to abide by its directives.click here to read more ...