In-house basketball (K-12)
PRBL's in-house program is designed to include basketball players of all skill levels. We welcome players in grades K - 12 from the Pennsbury School District as well as neighboring districts. Their are no tryouts for players to play on an in-house team, registration is all that is needed. PRBL in-house teams play each other and are coached by volunteer Coaches. For the safety and health of PRBL players, all volunteers must complete a (free) background check and an online concussion training course in order to coach an in-house team. During our in-house season, most divisions practice once per week at a Pennsbury school gym and all divisions play games on Saturdays. The PRBL season typically runs from December to early March. For more information about our in--house program contact either Danielle Campbell at Dcprbl@gmail.com or Kevin Harris at Khprbl@gmail.com.
Travel basketball (3rd -8th)
PRBL's Travel program is designed for Pennsbury School Districts most skilled basketball players in grades 3 - 8. Our travel teams participate in the Inter-County Basketball Association (ICBA). Players in this program travel to different local districts to compete against other Travel teams. Games may take place during the week and on weekends and their may be more than one practice per week (space and time permitting). To play on a travel team, players must attend one or more scheduled tryouts (time and date TBD) Teams are selected by grade level coaches. A typical Travel season runs from mid-October to March. Coaches for our travel teams are volunteers and are required to complete a (free) background check as well as a concussion training course to ensure players safety. For more information about our Travel program please contact Travel Commissioner George Thorn at Gthorn1212@aol.com.
Referee Training Program (11/12th grade, recent graduate)
PRBL is launching a new program for Juniors and Seniors who are interested in learning how to become a Referee for PRBL. We will accept 2 applicants to begin training for this coming season. Training will include both unpaid training via clinics and paid training via games they referee. Applicants are required to attend offered clinics and co-referee a minimum of 10 games as a Ref in Training. Training pay rate is $15/game. After completing 10 games as a trainee, the rate will increase to $25/game for the remainder of the season. Applicants should be available on Saturdays between 9am and 5pm and can expect to be scheduled for 2 to 4 games per Saturday from Dec.4 to March 5. Any student interested in learning how to referee basketball and be a PRBL referee should send an introduction email to Danielle Campbell at Dcprbl@gmail.com for more information and consideration.
Free Clinics at the PHS with the High school team and staff.
Grade Level workouts
Pre-K Gross Motor Movement