Welcome to the Junior Tritons.
St. Petersburg’s largest recreational youth basketball league.
Since 1987, our organization has been dedicated to providing the opportunity for boys and girls from the ages of 6 to 16 to learn the game, develop their skills and compete with other children of similar skill level.
More than 30 years later, we’re still committed to introducing as many kids as possible into the incredible game of basketball.
– BREAKING NEWS –
GAMES SCHEDULES ARE POSTED - CHECK THEM OUT!
Early Season Registration Breaks All-Time Record with 286 Players
July 15 - Online Registration Begins
July 30 - In-Person Registration Begins (Tuesdays/Thursdays at Roberts 6-8pm)
Aug 13 - Last Day to Register
Aug 15-17 - Tryouts
Aug 19 - Coaches Meeting / Team Assignments (6:30pm @ Roberts)
Sep 23 - Early Season Begins
Nov 2 - Early Season Ends
Sep 7 - Oct 26 - Division AA Early Season
Tryouts will be held at Roberts Rec Center August 15-17, 2019
Division 1 - TH 8/15 - 6pm / SA 8/17 - 10am
Division 2 - FR 8/16 - 6pm / SA 8/17 - 11am
Division 3 - TH 8/15 - 7:30pm / SA 8/17 - 12pm
Division 4 - FR 8/16 - 7:30pm / SA 8/17 - 1pm
Division AA - No tryouts needed | Practice begins 9/7 (every Wednesday at 6pm and Saturdays 9am at Willis S. Johns Recreation Center
What are we all about?
teaching fundamental basketball skills • treating all participants fairly and equally • encouraging good sportsmanship • having fun
WHICH DIVISION is for you
Players are assigned to a division based upon their age as of August 31st of the current calendar year.
AA: 6 - 7 years old • D1: 8 - 9 years old
D2: 10 - 11 years old • D3: 12 - 13 years old
D4: 14 - 16 years old
what about playing time
We are an instructional league, so we have a strict set of rules which includes playing time. Each of our coaches have agreed to follow these rules while coaching in our league.
THE LEGACY OF OUR LEAGUE
In 1987, a small group of basketball dads founded the North St. Pete Youth Basketball league. A few years later with a little help from a certain NBA team, we became known as the Junior Magic.
Then, in 2011 we adopted the mascot of a college basketball team dedicated to improving the lives of their student-athletes and the entire St. Petersburg community – the Eckerd College Tritons.
Did You Know?
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