Chattanooga Fall Basketball League Has Tryouts Sept. 4

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The Chattanooga Fall Basketball League is back for its second year.

Organizer Daniel Gilbert said, "Last year went great and we are growing this year. We had the top 60 players in the city last year and this year expect around 150-200 players."

He said the league is for all high school basketball players that do not play a fall sport. There will be no cuts, but different flights based on talent.

He stated, "Our top flight league has college coaches attend and help creates exposure for our local talent."

It will be held at East Ridge High School.

Tryout and team formations are Sept. 4 from 6-8:30 p.m. at East Ridge High.

Cost of $60 per player covers insurance, jersey for games, T-shirt, 6 games.

League games will be Sept. 11, 18, 25, 30 and Oct. 16 and 23

To sign up, email cabchoops@gmail.com

More information is at www.cabchoops.com



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