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2022 Summer Workouts

Summer Boys Basketball Workouts

  • 9th-12th grade (Grades entering) 6:30-8:00 AM, $100
  • 4th-8th grade (Grades entering) 8:00-9:30 AM, $100
  • Dates: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in June and July starting on June 7th
  • *Excludes the week of July 4th*
  • Location: Princeton High School P Gym

This will serve as the summer basketball programming offered by head boys basketball coach Brett Cloutier and the varsity program. There will be 21 sessions throughout the summer on Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays and each session is 90 minutes. The focus will be on individual skill development, competitive small sided games, and team concepts. Those interested in playing basketball in the winter of 2022-23 are strongly encouraged to participate in the summer basketball programming. Those in the 9-12th grade session that regularly attend will be invited to at least one summer Breakdown tournament at the end of July for no additional cost.


Reach out to Head Coach Brett Cloutier at his email: with any questions about the program.

2022 Summer Junior Tigers

Summer Junior Tiger

  • PreK-Kindergarten (Grades entering, PreK definition is up to parents. We have had 2 and 3 year olds in the past) 5:00-5:40, $40
  • 1st-3rd Grade (Grades entering) 5:50-6:30, $40
  • Dates: Tuesdays June 7, 14, 21, 28, July 12, 19
  • Location: Princeton High School P Gym

The goal of Junior Tiger Basketball is to develop boys and girls into basketball players by teaching them the fundamentals of the game. They will learn the basics of footwork, ball handling, passing, shooting, rebounding and defensive positioning in a fun and enthusiastic environment. Players of all experience levels will have an opportunity to further develop their skills and gain confidence as basketball players. Led by head boys basketball coach Brett Cloutier, the varsity basketball program will work to maintain a fun and organized experience.  Registration includes the cost of a size four youth basketball (one size bigger than prior years) and a t-shirt.


Reach out to Head Coach Brett Cloutier at his email: with any questions about the program.

Princeton Youth Basketball Association


The Princeton Youth Basketball Association (PYBA) exists to provide an opportunity for boys and girls to compete in an environment that emphasizes fundamental basketball skills, teamwork, good sportsmanship, and the development of a healthy positive attitude. Winning, although important, is secondary to learning the game and having fun.

"The most important thing, the thing that unites all of us, is that we can INSPIRE and CHALLENGE one another TO BE BETTER."

--Kobe Bryant--


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