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Game Schedule is Posted

The following coaches are associated with the teams listed on the schedule:

Boys: 3/4   Coach   Girls: 3/4   Coach
DB1   Kristin McCarthy   DG1   Walker/Yarrow
DB2   Jim Panella        
DB3   Chris Thompson        
             
Boys: 5/6   Coach   Girls: 5/6   Coach
DB4   Mike Bokach   DG2   Hup
DB5   Chris Kellog        
DB6   Artie Tullman        
             
Boys: 5/6   Coach        
DB7  

Alex Ruttenberg

       
DB8   Joe Deddy        

If you have or know a high school aged boy or girl interested in refereeing at local basketball games in our league, please have them contact Neale Myers at umpire0922@comcast.net

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Schedule for all grades UNLESS/UNTIL Games begin, when schedules will be adjusted to accommodate.  Please note the days the gym is closed for the holiday events, listed at the top.

Saturdays - GYM 

Kindergarten Clinic @ 8:05-9:10AM
1st/2nd Grade Clinic @ 9:20-10:50AM
 
Mondays and Wednesday - GYM 
Girls 3/4 and 5/6 @ 6:30-7:45PM
 
Tuesdays and Thursdays - GYM 
3rd/4th Grade Boys @ 6:30-7:30PM
5th/6th Grade Boys @ 7:45-9:00PM
 
Wednesdays and Fridays - GYM 
Boys 7/8 @ 7:45-9:00PM
 

DTAA Basketball League Information

Delaware Township Athletic Association (DTAA) Basketball is a recreational basketball league for girls and boys ages K - 8th grade. The league is open for children from Delaware Township School (DTS), East Amwell Township School and Stockton Borough School. DTAA basketball is a volunteer-run program.

K-Clinic (combined girls and boys)
The Kindergarten Clinic is held each Saturday morning at the DTS gym, 8:05 to 9:10 a.m, beginning in December. The purpose of the Clinic is to provide new hoopsters a positive first experience with basketball, emphasizing skill development and fun. Team concepts, including scrimmages, will be conducted later in the season. Goal height is 8 ft., and each participant is provided a 27” ball to keep and bring to the clinic. Parents are welcome to participate.

1st Grade and 2nd Grade (combined girls and boys)
The 1st-2nd Grade division is held on Saturday mornings, with a rotating schedule between 9:20 – 10:50 a.m. The purpose of the 1st-2nd grade division is emphasize individual skill development and begin to introduce team concepts. Players are split into teams for the season after two weeks of “clinic”, with approximately 7 to 10 players per team (depending on the number of registrants and coaches). Sessions are split between individual/team instruction and drills, and then in a scrimmage/“game” with another team in the second part of the session. Score is not kept in the scrimmage, and coaches serve as referees. Goal height is 8 ft and players use a 27” ball – both allow early success for the young hoopster.

3rd-4th Grade Boys / 5th-6th Grade Boys
The 3rd-4th grade and 5th-6th Grade Boys divisions have a heavier practice and game schedule. The purpose of both divisions is to promote enhanced individual skill development and to more thoroughly teach team concepts.

Teams are selected at the beginning of the season. In general, a team has one to two practices during the week and one game on Saturday once the season begins. One-hour practices are generally held on Tuesday and Thursday nights at DTS gym (usually 6:30-7:30 pm for 3rd/4th graders; 7:30-8:30 pm for 5th/6th graders), with an occasional Monday, Tuesday or Friday night practice at East Amwell School gym. Most games are held on Saturdays, with 3rd-4th grader games beginning in the late morning and continuing to early afternoon; 5th-6th grade games usually start in the noon to mid-afternoon timeframe. Games are held against other DTAA teams, as well as teams from Kingwood, Alexandria and Lambertville. The majority games are held at DTS gym with some road games.

Rules are provided to ensure that all players get a similar amount of playing time, regardless of skill level. Games at DTS are refereed by certified adult referees. Both divisions play on a regulation height (10 ft) goal; 3rd-4th grade uses a 28.5” basketball, 5th–6th grade uses a regulation size ball.

7th-8th Grade Boys
Generally, the league has one to two 7th-8th grade teams. Practices are held on Friday nights at DTS, with games on Saturday afternoons. Games are played against other township teams, generally including Kingwood, Alexandria, and Lambertville.

Girls Divisions (beginning in 3rd Grade)
Girls divisions generally have practices on Monday, Wednesday and occasional Friday nights, with most games on Saturdays. Games are played against other DTAA teams as well as against other townships, including Kingwood, Alexandria and Lambertville.

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Delaware Township School Gym and Cafeteria Rules

Each year DTAA is granted use of the gym by the school as a recreational league. DTAA would like to stay in good standing so we request that everyone attending or participating a sporting event please be mindful of the rules below.

1. No food or drinks allowed with the exception of water.
2. No sitting or playing on the stage.
3. Please sit only on bleacher sections that have been fully pulled out. Do not sit on top row of bleachers.
4. Do not leave children unattended. Please accompany your young children to the bathrooms.
5. Throw all trash in trash can.
Gym Usage Schedule: (We have been asked to pay close attention to the start and stop times. Please vacate the gym outside the scheduled hours of use.)
Weekdays: 6:30 to 9:00pm
Weekends: 8:15am to 5:00pm
Thank you for your attention to the rules.


 


 Access to the Gym is not permitted until 6:30pm on weekdays.

DTAA does not have permission to access the gym until this time.  If we continue to distrupt the occupants using the space prior to 6:30 it could jeapordize the relationship we have with the school.

Thank you for honoring this request.