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The Los Alamos Y will begin a recreational basketball league for girls with registrations being taken next month at their Iris Street location.
The Los Alamos Basketball League (LABL) and the Y have worked together on scheduling, registration, promotion and the use of volunteers to assist the program.
“Working with Chris (Stubben) is going to be a nice transition as the Y brings on the Girl’s only league to play along side the traditional YMCA Coed league,” Y Sports Director, William Hill said.
Hill has worked as the sports director for the Y since July 2009 and oversees everything from sports to martial arts and dance programs for both youth and adults.
As practice time for community venues has become increasingly difficult to negotiate, the reciprocal-use agreement the Y has with the county, will allow the program to be in a better position to balance the needs of youth.
One goal will be to schedule younger students for an earlier practice and older students practicing later.
The Y’s on-line registration allows participants to register any time of day or night from the comfort of their own homes.
The league is open to girls in grades 1-8, with a hope of attracting older students that would like to participate in an all girl league as the school seasons come to an end.
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