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Mack's Blacktop Basketball Moved to Eagle Ridge this Saturda

Mack's Blacktop Basketball

Has Been Moved to Eagle Ridge MS this Saturday, July 23rd!

Saturday, July 23, 30, August 6 & 13 @ Trailside Middle School.

The FSBL is back on the courts this summer with Mack's Blacktop Basketball.  This free, instructional program will run for 6 weeks and end on Saturday, August 13th.  The location will be at Trailside Middle School.  On Saturday, July 9th, we had 63 boys and 34 girls attend the session and got a chance to play full court basketball against other players their age.  We had almost as many on July 16th.  Come on out and play!

Open to all players in the 3rd - 8th grades.

Boys Session runs from 8:00 - 10:00am

Girls Session runs from 10:00am - 12:00pm

We are still looking for some of our FSBL Coaches to come over to Trailside to help us run the program.  Parents need to make sure that they return to the gym to pick up your child just prior to the end of each session.  Please contact Jennifer Gonzalez at deputyboys@fsbl.org for additional information.  See you on the courts!

by posted 07/22/2016
Mack's Blacktop Basketball Dribbling Drills


by posted 07/16/2016
FSBL Welcomes New Deputy Boys Commissioner

Welcome Jennifer Gonzalez!

Jennifer Gonzalez has accepted the position of Deputy Boys Commissioner of the Farmwell Station Basketball League.  Jennifer served as an apprentice on the Board during the 2015-16 season.  She replaces Aubre Jones - who served on the Board of Directors for 10 of the last 11 years.  She joins Commissioner, Craig Newman and Rules Coordinator, Emmanuel Mensah on the FSBL BoD.

by posted 07/10/2016
FSBL Registration Opens August 1, 2016

Player registration will open for the winter 2016 - 2017 FSBL House League (3rd - 8th graders) and High School League on August 1, 2016.  Players from all Loudoun County high schools are welcome to play in the FSBL High School League.  The FSBL is also seeking new Head Coaches & Assistant Coaches in all divisions.

by posted 07/01/2016
Thank You to Our Biggest FSBL Supporters

by posted 05/16/2016
Celebrating the FSBL Champions
2015 - 2016
FSBL Champions


Girls 34 Division Champions

Girls 56 Division Champions

Girls 78 Division Champions

Boys 3 Division Champions

Boys 4 Division Champions

Boys 5 Division Champions

Boys 6 Division Champions

Boys 7 Division Champions


Boys 8 Division Champions


by posted 03/07/2016
FSBL Crowns High School Boys Division Champions
Boys 9th & 10th Grade Champions: Kings

Boys 11th & 12th Grade Champions:  Wizards

by posted 02/14/2016

Youth Sports 101

Your child's success or lack of success in sports does not indicate what kind of parent you are.

But having an athlete who is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient and tries their best IS a direct reflection of your parenting.

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FSBL Athletes in Action!
Something to think about while watching your son or daughter play in FSBL games this season:

1.  These are kids.

2.  Basketball is a

3.  Parents should
      cheer for

4.  The referees are
      human and some
      times make

5.  Your child is not a
      athlete playing
      for a million
      dollars ..... yet!

If you disagree with these statements, please contact FSBL Commissioner, Craig Newman:
  commish@fsbl.orgHe'd be happy to explain them to you!
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FSBL Rule 7.c

Parents are required to notify the FSBL Board Of Directors, within forty-eight (48) hours, when their child is suspended or expelled from school. If the BOD is not notified within forty-eight (48) hours of any such suspension/expulsion then upon discovery the child will be expelled from FSBL immediately for the remainder of the current season and the entire next season. 

Wear RecSpecs!
If your son or daughter wears regular eye glasses to see like those pictured below, they are not permitted to be worn in practices or games in the FSBL. Before the season begins, please have your player fitted for a pair of RecSpecs or another brand of prescription sport goggles.

Is Winning Everything?
"Losing is a learning experience. It teaches you humility. It teaches you to work harder. It's also a powerful motivator."

-- Yogi Berra