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Welcome to the HFL website for our Basketball Instructional League.

Registration for the 2019/20 Basketball season is now open!

OPEN REGISTRATION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13TH

Leagues are available for 3rd/4th grade, 5th/6th grade, 7th/8th grade and 9-12th grade.  All games are played at one of the four HF-L school gyms (Lima Primary, Manor, the Middle school, or the High school).  Games are approximately once a week on week nights, and are typically scheduled throughout January, February, and March.

 

Registration forms may be downloaded directly from this website by using the "FORMS" pull down tab.  Or by using the link:  https://s3.amazonaws.com/my.llfiles.com/00073757/BIL-Registration-Form-2019.pdf

Please submit registration form via one of the following options:

Mail:  HFL Community Programs 83 East Street. Honeoye Falls, NY 14472. 

Fax: 624-7138

Email: ari.freedman@hflcsd.org.

Registration payment may be made at: https://registration.hflcsd.org or mailed in via check to the above address. 

Email or call 624-7068 with any registration questions.

                                             

 If you have any league questions, please contact Steve Miller at hflcsd.bil@gmail.com

 

GAME CANCELLATIONS DUE TO WEATHER:

 The BIL league follows the HFL School District Closures.  If the HFL school district has cancelled school, or if afterschool or evening activities are cancelled, due to weather, then games/practices for that evening would also be cancelled.  We will do our best to attempt to schedule a make-up game if possible.

 


BIL BACKGROUND: 

HFL Community Programs sponsors HFL Basketball Instructional League (HFL-BIL), a co-ed recreational basketball league for 3-12 grade students living in the vicinity of HFL. HFL BIL is intended to be a basic instructional league for the younger students and a recreational league for the older students.

This league is a good match for students who may not be very athletic and/or are not interested in the time commitment or intensity that are typical of interscholastic teams or travel teams. Games are typically light-hearted, with attention put less towards winning than on getting out and having fun with students on a cold winter night.