by: Eric Petell

LAYBL Registrations now open!

Welcome to the Registration system for the Lou Athanas Youth Basketball League 2019-2020 Basketbal Season.  Registrations are open to boys and girls in grades 1-9 for the 2019-2020 school year. 



Registration is a simple online process and once you are registered the first time, you will be in the LAYBL system year after year. 

To begin, enter the first parent information completely, then click on the Add Parent tab for a second parent, or Add Child tab to register a player.    Answer each of the tabs as you go and where required. 




***Registration fees are as follows:

$35.00 per player and $15.00 for each additional 

$50.00 max per family

Your Registration Fees will be paid online using a Visa or Mastercard Debit Card / Credit Card.


No in person sign-ups will occur.



As always, you will be required to fill out an online  Medical Release form, a Player's Code of Conduct and a Parent's Code of Conduct form as well if you do not register online.

Questions: If you have any questions, please e-mail Eric Petell at

by: Eric Petell


JOIN YOUR Lou Athanas Youth Basketball League TEAM ON OUR NEW FREE TEAM APP!

All of our Lou Athanas Youth Basketball League teams are now accessible on the SI Play Mobile App. SI Play is a free app within your phone�s app store or Google play store. Once you download the app and log in, you just select the teams and players you want to track through the season.

Steps to Download and Login to the App

  1. Click one of the buttons below, or search SI Play in your phones app store.
  2. Download the app to your phone.
  3. Use your Lou Athanas Youth Basketball League registration credentials to login*


by: Eric Petell

TREYS Only Offers FREE Basketball Sneakers

LAYBL evaluations start this weekend, but before you buy that new pair of basketball sneakers, check out what’s available on the TREYS Only rack, which will be on display both Nov. 3 and Nov. 10.

TREYS Only allows basketball players to Trade, Reuse or Exchange Youth Sneakers among fellow basketball players.  Most kids outgrow their shoes before they wear out.  And with a season of barely three months, youth basketball sneakers can be a pricey investment for such a short time of use.  So, leave* that pair you don’t need any more or grab a pair that you do or both.

After all, we want you dropping dimes on the court … not at the cash register.

Any questions or comments, please contact Nabby Mousseau (528-7609) or Joe Dee (455-3539).


*Basketball sneakers should be in good condition (no holes) and tied together by the laces.  Thank you!

by: Eric Petell