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Flash League Basketball

1). What is the difference between the Flash League and Flash Competitive Basketball teams?
The Flash League is recreational or non-competitive by design and is offered for boys and girls K through 4th Grade.
Flash Competitive teams are formed year round, have try-outs, and play against other club teams in competitive leagues and tournaments.  

2). What makes Flash League Basketball different than other Recreational programs?  
Flash League is the most fun your player will have all week!  Your kids will enjoy the pregame intros with fog machines and music, longer games, concessions stand, and the End of Season Awards Celebration.  Adults will appreciate our predictable practice and game schedules, the concessions on game days, and the great instructions from our coaches.  Above all, we provide and require the most comprehensive training for volunteer coaches so that key development objectives are met for each player.  

3). How much does Flash League cost and when is the registration deadline?  
Kinder/1st Grade Co-Ed Divisors are $155. All the other Divisions are $185. Early registration discount of $20 is offered and late fee of $25 is assessed after the registration deadlines.  Spots typically fill up quickly upon registration being opened so spots are offered on a first come first serve basis. Cost includes 8 weeks of games (longer Season than most other programs), midweek practices for 1st-4th Grade, and a team jersey.  

4). How will Divisions/Teams be determined?
This being our first Season, we are having everyone register for a specific Boy or Girl Grade Level, with exception to Kinder/1st Co-Ed. Once registration ends, we will determine the final Divisions and teams based on enrollment.  For example, we may combine 3/4th Boys if there are not enough 4th grade boys signed up to form their own Division.   

5). Do you honor player and coach requests?
Yes, we will honor coach and player requests up to roster capacity. Having said that, for the benefit and enjoyment of everyone, please register to ‘play up’ if your assembled team is more skilled than average. Advanced 3rd and 4th Graders are encouraged to try out for Flash Competitive teams.  

6). Are there mid-week practices for Flash League's Winter Basketball?
Kinder/1st Co-ed teams do not have mid-week practices. All other age Divisions will have one mid-week 60 minute practice.  All practices and games will be held at PDX First Church.

7). Can I volunteer to coach?
Yes, we need you! All Coaches will need to be background checked and required to attend our Coach’s pre-season meeting/clinic.  Your partnership in being a positive role model for the kids in our community is greatly appreciated! 

8). What is the refund policy for Flash League?
A full refund will be issued for cancellations prior to the Registration Deadline and partial refunds within specified dates.  

Flash Competitive Basketball

1). What grade levels are offered for Flash Competitive?
Flash Competitive teams are composed of Boys and Girls between 2nd and 8th Grade.  

2). When are try-outs for Flash Competitive Teams?
Tryouts for Boys and Girls looking to play Flash Competitive Basketball this Spring will be determined.  You can find the registration link on our site under 'Registrations' when the dates are set. 

3). Where do Flash Competitive teams play?
Most of our games are played at the Hoop YMCA in Beaverton against the best competitive club teams in our area.  For players 5th grade and older, we will occasionally travel to play in Regional and National Tournaments.  

4). How much does Flash Competitive Programs cost?  
Pricing can vary by Season, but $450 on average. 12-15 game season and 2 practices a week.  Uniform/team kit for new players: $120.00.  

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