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Boys Traveling Basketball

Information for 2019-2020 Season

Hello JBTBA families!

We hope everyone is enjoying their summer!  As we get closer to fall, we have some important dates to announce for the upcoming 2019-2020 basketball season:



NOTE:  Open gyms are for returning Jefferson traveling players as well as new players that plan to play for Jefferson traveling this upcoming season.

8/12/19 (Monday) from 6pm to 8pm on JAC #3 and JAC #4

8/19/19 (Monday) from 6pm to 8pm on JAC #3 and JAC #4

8/26/19 (Monday) from 6pm to 8pm on JAC #3 and JAC #4

9/8/19 (Sunday) from 6pm to 8pm on JAC #3 and JAC #5

9/10/19 (Tuesday) from 6pm to 8pm on JAC #4 and JAC #5



This year’s tryouts will take place on Saturday, September 14th AND Sunday, September 15th.  Times will be announced as soon as we receive football schedules for that weekend so we can work around those schedules.  Tryouts will take place in the Jefferson High School Main Gym.



Our home tournament this year will take place on January 18th and 19th, 2020. 



We are currently taking coaching applications for the 2019-2020 season.  Anyone interested in a head coach or assistant coach position must fill out an application by September 5th, 2019.  Both new and returning coaches MUST turn in an application.  Here is a link to our coaching application:



Player registration for the 2019-2020 season will open the first week of August.  Details will come out in another email announcing the opening of registration.


Thank you!


New for the 2018-2019 season.  All parents, coaches and players will be required to sign a Code of Conduct form prior to the first practice of the season.  Parents, please read through the Player Code of Conduct form with your son in case they may have questions about something they might not understand.

We are joining a lot of associations across the country and state in launching these Code of Conducts.  Some associations are predicting a shortage of basketball referees for this upcoming season and some associations may have a hard time finding officials for their tournaments.  Based on surveys and questionnaires, more and more officials are quitting citing "abuse" from parents, coaches and players.

Should you observe any unsportsmanlike behavior from any parent, coach or player (from Jefferson or any other association), please report this to the JBTBA Board immediately.

Code of Conduct Forms, as well as questions regarding the forms, can be sent to Tom McInerney at

Forms are below: