Registration and Tryouts

Registration is CLOSED for 2021-2022 Season.
Thank you to all who participated!

Tryout Registration
Tryout registration is open for all players who are trying out for a team.  There is a $30  fee and registration can be completed via this Team Snap registration page. Your tryout fee includes free clinics (optional); dates are listed below.

Tryouts will be held the weekend of October 9th and 10th at Lakeridge High School. Please plan for your player to attend at least one of the two days. 

The tryout schedule is not available yet but we will share it as soon as it is available. We encourage players to attend both days if possible. All tryouts will be at Lakeridge HIgh School.

Parent Information Night
Tuesday, September 21st is our Parent Information Night. We will hold it via Zoom and provide a recording for those who are unable to attend.  

4th and 5th and new parents to the program: please join us from 6:00pm – 7:00pm
6th, 7th and 8th grade and returning parents: please join us from 7:15pm – 8:00pm

Follow this zoom link for both sessions.
Meeting ID: 974 6146 5518
Passcode: 093672

If you have trouble getting into the Parent Information Night zoom, email us

Pre-Tryout Clinics

Monday September 27th - 7pm-8:30pm @ Lakeridge Middle School
Thursday September 30th - 5:30pm-7pm @ Lakeridge High School
Monday October 4th - 7pm-8:30pm @ Lakeridge Middle School
Thursday October 7th - 5:30pm-7pm @ Lakeridge High School

Monday September 27th - 7:30pm-9pm @ Lakeridge High School
Wednesday September 29th – 7pm-8:30pm @ Lakeridge Middle School
Monday October 4th - 7:30pm-9pm @ Lakeridge High School
Wednesday October 6th – 7pm-8:30pm @ Lakeridge Middle School

Team Formation
After tryouts, once a player has been assigned to a team, you will be required to pay the LOYTBA Program fee before participating. The fee structure will be as follows:

    • 4th and 5th grade players - $330.00
    • 6th, 7th and 8th grade players - $440.00

Information on Equipment and Uniforms can be found here.

Financial Assistance
Financial assistance is available. Click here for the details and the form from Community Schools. Please email for more information. 

Player Readiness
While it is the desire of Pacer Youth Basketball to have as many players in the program as possible, only players who are deemed ready to participate in TRL-level competitive basketball at grade level (as determined at tryouts) will be placed on a team. 

Pacer Youth Basketball and LHS basketball staff have developed the following guidelines to evaluate player readiness:

* Maturity to participate in competitive basketball
* Experience on a basketball team
* Knowledge of basic rules and terminology
* Ability to dribble to the basket and shoot strong hand layups
* Ability to dribble with strong hand and pivot to protect ball from opponents
* Ability to hit the rim consistently on shots from free throw line and closer
* Ability to make and catch chest passes from 10-15 feet
* Understanding of basic defensive positioning (staying between basket and opponent)

What does "Competitive" mean in Pacer Youth Basketball? 

• No guarantee to be selected for a team
• Score and standings are kept
• Play by Oregon high school rules
• Basketball rules are enforced (traveling, fouls, etc.)
• Higher standards for behavior than recreational programs
• Winning is not essential, but competing is
• Attendance is expected at all practices and games; players are expected to consider Pacer Youth Basketball their primary winter sports activity

For more information on LOYTBA and our policies, click here.