Welcome to our new GCCYS Boys Basketball page. Whether you have a son playing in our league or you are a coach or coordinator looking for information about our largest youth athletics ministry with almost 350 teams, we hope that you find the information provided on this page useful. Scroll down to find information about the current season as well as metrics from last season.
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Please welcome our new Boys Basketball Commissioner Chad Schaefer. Chad has been highly involved with the program at Mother Teresa for quite some time.
To participate in the GCCYS, we expect all parents, players, coaches, and referees to abide by the rules and behave in a manner becoming to our Catholic faith. Please take time to read the Rules document as well as our Sportsmanship document and Ten Things Parents of Athletes Should Know.
In order for your child to participate in the GCCYS, ALL parents/guardians must fill out a Liability Waiver form for each of their children playing in our league once per school year. We try to help out our coordinators by matching up waivers with roster entries so please double check the spelling of your child's last name, verify date of birth, and make sure you choose the correct organization. Parents may begin filling out Liability Waivers for the 2023-24 school year on June 1st.
For the 2023-24 season, the tournament for all grades will take place from February 7th-11th.
The Sunday of tournament weekend is reserved for championship games only. We will work around parish conflicts as best as we can but there is very limited time available for this tournament to be played. All teams participate in the tournament unless they notify the league by January 15th. In order to seed teams with as much regular season data as possible, the schedule for the tournament will be released on the Monday of tournament week. A team trophy is given to the 1st and 2nd place team in each bracket. Boys championship games for 6th-8th grades are usually played at area high schools such as Moeller, McNicholas, St. Xavier, Purcell-Marian, and Roger Bacon.