Basketball

Basketball Safety Plan - Revised 12/30/20

Register Online

If you'd like to apply for a scholarship, please complete the Scholarship Form and call 507-444-4321 to register over the phone.

Please note the following regarding the Youth Basketball program this year:

  • Only coaches will be allowed at practices and games.  This applies to all grades, K-6.
  • Only ISD 761 (Owatonna School District) participants are allowed to participate.

Kindergarten Basketball - Tikes - UPDATED Information

Registration Begins January 4th

This non-competitive program focuses on developing social skills, sportsmanship, teamwork and motor skills in a safe environment.  T-shirt included with the fee.  NEW this year – a basketball which participants will keep is also included in fee.

  • Cost: $32 (after December 1: $57)
  • Tentative Dates (4 50-minute Sessions, Saturdays): January 23 and 30, February 13 and 20 (NEW Dates!)
  • Times: Vary

1st & 2nd Grade Basketball - Squirts - UPDATED Information

Registration Begins January 4th

This non-competitive program focuses on developing social skills, sportsmanship, teamwork and motor skills in a safe environment.  T-shirt included with the fee.  NEW this year – a basketball which participants will keep is also included in fee.

  • Cost: $32 (after December 1: $57)
  • Tentative Dates (4 50-minute Sessions, Saturdays): January 23 and 30, February 13 and 20 (NEW Dates!)
  • Times: Vary

3rd – 6th Grade Basketball 

Registration Begins October 22

Separate boys’ and girls’ leagues are formed.  Scrimmages and games will emphasize learning and skill development. T-shirt included with the fee.  NEW this year – a basketball which participants will keep is also included in fee.  Coaches will notify players about first practice, as there won’t be a kickoff this year.

  • Cost: $67 (after October 29: $77)
  • Location: Practices are held at elementary schools; Games are held at Owatonna Middle School
  • Dates:
    • Program begins January 9 (NEW Date!)

Volunteer Coaches Needed

The Parks and Recreation Department uses volunteer coaches for many youth programs. Volunteer coaches play an important role in the youth sports experience. Volunteers are trained in our philosophy of youth sports, first aid, concussions and how to teach skills for their sport. All volunteers must complete a background check each year. 

Schedules

View youth schedules.