Western Tidewater Conference of the


Also Known as:

The Just Say No League

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The Six Pillars of the Just Say No League:

  • FUNdamentals – Teaching basic baseball skill development in a positive, encouraging and fun environment is rewarding for all involved

  • Hard Work – Emphasizing how to compete – with a focus on working hard and competing to the best of your ability – is more important than the outcome of games won and lost

  • Respect – Exhibiting a positive attitude toward players, coaches, parents, officials and teammates is how we honor the game and each other

  • Sportsmanship – Playing the right way, the Jr. NBA Way, is centered on fair, ethical and honest competition

  • Teamwork – Working together in a supportive manner for a common goal fosters positive social and personal development

  • Healthy Living – Exercising regularly benefits both mind and body – leading to better health outcomes, greater energy levels, and enhanced classroom performance

Our Pledge

I pledge to play the “The Jr. NBA Way” promoting the positive development of young people through basketball, helping to instill a lifelong passion for the game, and following the Jr. NBA Philosophy.

Registration Information 

​Registration is now open for youth ages 7-15 to participate in the SUFR's Jr NBA, Just Say No League.  

Basketball Program:

  • Ages:  7-15

  • Cost: $60 

  • Items Needed at Registration: Report Card and Birth Certificate

2020 Basketball League Game Schedule

Saturday, July 16, 2022 @ Turlington

Jr. Team Ages 6-11          10:00am Guardians  (0-1) vs Saints (w) (1-0)

Sr. Team Ages 12-15        10:30am Guardians  (0-1) vs Saints (w) (1-0)

Saturday, July 23, 2022 @ Turlington (Games Postponed)

Thursday, July 28, 2022 @ Kilby

Jr. Teams Ages 6-11          6:30pm   Crusaders (W) (1-0) vs Saints (L) (1-1)

Sr. Teams Ages 12-15        7:00pm   Crusaders (L) (0-1) vs Saints (W) (2-0)

Game Day Break Down

10:00am - 11:00am Ages 7-9

11:00am - 12:00am Ages 10-12

1:00am - 2:00pm Ages 13 and 15

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Propelling Youth In the Right Direction