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Bear River Recreation and Park District partners with Sacramento Kings NEXT

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Sacramento Kings NEXT and Bear River Recreation and Park District are partnering for the 21st season of Winter Youth Development Basketball League.

BRRPD league players will wear new purple and white jerseys with Kings NEXT logo and Bear River Recreation logo. League registration with jersey includes a ticket to the Jan. 25 Kings game and other fan benefits. Discounted tickets available for friends and family.

Kings NEXT also will run Bear River Recreation’s annual Winter Break Basketball camp, Dec. 21-23, at the Magnolia Intermediate School gyms. Registrations are available online at brrpd.org or sign up at http://www.kings.com/next.

This Bear River Recreation & Park District Basketball League runs Nov. 30 through March 12. Games start the week of Jan. 4 and are on Saturdays. Practices start the week of Nov. 30. All home games and practices are held at Magnolia Intermediate School Gyms.

Registrations are open now for the league — online registration accepted at brrpd.org or call 530-268-7275 for any questions. This league is for players in grades second through eighth who want to learn the game and develop their skills. There are separate divisions for girls and boys.

Volunteer coaches are needed for the league. Coaches’ meeting is scheduled for Nov. 7 and/or Nov. 8 at the Bear River RPD office, 22431 Kingston Lane, Room 7. Coaches’ training includes rules review, scheduling gym and practice times and directions to our inter-league partners. Coaches receive a Kings NEXT coaches’ shirt. Call 530-268-7275 to reserve a spot and a team.

Bear River RPD Basketball plays interleague with two other area parks and recreation districts.


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