Registration 2016 And Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

With just a few days to go before Registration 2016 I thought it might be a good idea to give you registration details, answers to Frequently Asked Questions and the Evaluation Week Schedule together in one post. This will be on the Facebook Page as well.

Registration 2016

Saturday September 10
St. Pat’s School, 158 Patrick Street
9-10:30 am
Boys 8-15; Girls 8-14
All Ages are the age that the player will be on April 1, 2017
$10 for the season
No online registration, first come, first served, and SPACE IS LIMITED, so get there early.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Around Registration

1) I am going to be out of town on September 10 and you have no on line registration. How do I get my child registered?
Answer: If you are going to be away September 10 you can get someone else to start the registration process for you. They will need the name, date of birth, contact phone numbers, address and e mail address (if applicable) for your player, along with the $10 registration fee. They will be given a copy of the registration form that you will need to sign and bring with you to the player evaluation night. We must have a signed registration form before your child can participate in league activities. PLEASE DO NOT ASK MEMBERS OF OUR LEAGUE EXECUTIVE TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR YOU. We are very busy on registration day looking after other details of the process.

2) Can we request to be on the same team as another player?
Answer: Due to the large number of requests we receive each year, and our growing number of registrations, we can no longer assure you that player pairing requests will be granted, with the exception of siblings in the same age group, and where a DEFINITE need to ride together has been established and communicated. It has been overwhelming for our volunteers to accommodate these large number of requests while trying to build fair and balanced teams. We believe that this approach keeps us in line with the practice of most other youth organizations. We see our program as a great opportunity for family members and players to meet new friends and neighbours from across our community, establishing friendships that may last for years to come.

3) Can we request to be on a specific coach’s team?
Answer: No, you may not request a coach. The only exception to this rule is if you are an assistant for that coach.

4) What happens if I miss the player evaluation night? Will my child be “cut” from the program?
Answer: While we hope that all players come out for evaluation night, no one that is registered will be “cut”. All will be placed on a team, and you will be notified what team and the team practice time in the days following our September 21 coaches meeting.

5) What do I do if I find out that my child has a conflict with another activity or decides they don’t want to play this season?
Answer: Pleased notify us as soon as possible by e mail (, by phone (613 548-8790), through the web site or Facebook page. We will likely have a waiting list in each division of players that want to play, and a decision on your part will get one of them into the league.

6) How often will there be practices and what time of day will they be held?
In each division there will be one evaluation night practice in the week after registration following the schedule below. A copy of the evaluation schedule will be given out at Registration.

“Pete” Petersen Basketball League
2016 Player Evaluation Schedule

Monday September 12
Biddy Division
6:00 – 7:00 11 year old boys
7:00 – 8:00 12 year old boys

Monday September 12
Graduate Division (At Ecole Cathedrale)
6:00 – 6:45 13 year old boys
6:45 – 7:30 14 and 15 year old boys

Tuesday September 13
Little Guys Division
6:00 – 6:45 8 year old boys
6:45 – 7:30 9 year old boys
7:30 – 8:15 10 year old boys

Wednesday Sept. 14
Girls Division
6:00 – 6:45 11 year old girls
6:45 – 7:30 12 year old girls
7:30 – 8:15 13 and 14 year old girls

Thursday September 15
Little Gals Division
6:00 – 6:45 8 year old girls
6:45 – 7:30 9 year old girls
7:30 – 8:15 10 year old girls

Please come a few minutes early for the assigned time to allow us to get the players ready to have an effective evaluation process

There will then be one practice with your child’s team the week beginning September 26, and then once the season starts the week beginning October 3 there are no more practices.

7) Where are the games played and the practices held?
All practices and games for the Graduate Division will be held at Ecole Cathedrale at the corner of Barrie and Johnson Streets. Practices and games in all other divisions are held at St. Patrick School, 158 Patrick Street. For St. Pat’s. please enter by the south door at the back of the school on game and practice nights.

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