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Hello LSBC!

I hope everyone is staying healthy during this time.  We want to give everyone an update on what discussions have been like behind the scenes, regarding a “possible” season.  We are currently in a situation where the boys WESCO league has been cancelled for the upcoming season.  The PSCTL that our girls participate in will “most likely” be cancelled, based on what the director has emailed out.  Lastly, is the Mt. Vernon SWISH league.  The director is holding out some hope that they will get to put on some type of league after the new year, or later in the spring.  

The Covid situation has forced many tough decisions, as well as not having facilities to practice or play games due to many clubs using schools.  Things will be on hold until further notice, and as information comes in we will update the club.  We will continue to reach out with ways to try and keep our players engaged.  Stay safe and healthy!

 

Corey Gibb

President LSBC

 

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Lake Stevens Basketball Club

The Lake Stevens Basketball Club is a non-profit select club for kids in grades 4th through 8th for boys and girls within the Lake Stevens School District boundaries. Our goal is to prepare kids to be competitive and to learn fundamental basketball skills to help prepare them for the Lake Stevens School District teams without the high cost of private clubs. We are a part of the Lake Stevens Junior Athletic Association along with Football, Soccer and the Cheer programs. Baseball and Softball are through the Little League. As a 503(c) we are an educational program, not a competitive sports club.

 

Corey Gibb

LSBC

Phone: 360-631-1012

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