Albany Boys Basketball Association (ABBA) and Albany Girls Basketball Association (AGBA) today announced the merger of the two organizations. The new organization will be named Albany Youth Basketball Association (AYBA). After nearly a year long exploration process, both associations determined that they can be more effective serving the area youth by working together as one […]
Albany Youth Basketball Association (AYBA) will be hosting the 2019 Albany 3-on-3 Tournament on Saturday, October 26, 2019. This tournament will have boys and girls divisions for grades 3 – 8. Registration will begin in August.
Download the Summer 2019 AGBA 10,000 Shot Club form. The shot club is open to all girls that took part in the 2018-2019 AGBA program. We are considering adding boys to the shot club for summer 2020.
Minnesota Youth Athletic Services (MYAS) in partnership with Youth 1st, Federated Insurance, Jostens, Pearson, Cashwise, Bennerotte & Associates, Jaguar Communications, The Retrofit Companies, US Bank, Owatonna Motor Company, Profinium and the Minnesota Timberwolves have selected Youth Basketball teams from across the state of MN as the recipients of Youth 1st Team Awards for their outstanding […]
Albany Youth Basketball Association (AYBA) will be once again hosting a winter 5-on-5 tournament. These year we will be combining the boys tournament and girls tournament into one weekend. Registration will begin in September. Dates: Saturday, January 25, 2020 and Sunday, January 26, 2020 (all divisions will be broken up into one-day tournaments – those date/division […]
The Albany Boys Basketball Association is pleased to announce the 2019 ABBA Scholarship recipients. The following student athletes will receive a $250 college scholarship. Mitchell Reber Jordan Schiffler Adam Winkels Nathan Wolf They will recognized during a ceremony at Albany High School on Thursday, May 16, 2019. The ABBA college scholarship is awarded annually to […]
A concussion is a brain injury. Concussions are caused by a bump or blow to the head. Even a “ding,” “getting your bell runq,” or what seems to be a mild bump or blow to the head can be serious. Learn more about concussion in youth sports, by downloading a fact sheet for parents.