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7/1/20 Update:  All programs continue to be suspended.  The JHYB Summer Camp and Summer Skills Clinics have been canceled through the Rec Center.   Teton County Parks and Rec will begin to issue refunds if you have a player that was registered and paid for the camp.  We hope to be able to resume programs in the fall.  Please visit our website for the most up to date information. 

5/7/20: All Spring Rec Leagues have been canceled.  Teton County Parks and Rec will begin to issue refunds if you have a player that was registered and paid.  

4/23/20:  For those interested in working out with a few of our local coaches, feel free to reach out!  Dean Woodmencey and Tristan Shockley are both available to create individual workouts as needed.  All you need to do is contact them and let them know what type of skills and/or individual workouts you are looking for. Contact information is below: 

Sean Shockley

Tristan Shockley

Dean Woodmencey

4/15/20 New Workout Idea: The 100 Shot Individual Workout by Breakthrough Basketball. Kids can move closer to the basket as needed to be successful with the shot. Instead of tossing the ball to the wing, maybe toss it to the elbow and then work your way out further from the basket.

Update 4/10/20: 
Good morning social distancing champions!  We hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy.  With gymnasiums and schools being closed, youth basketball programs are on hold, and the emphasis is on social distancing and safety. If schools are back in session beginning in May, our programs will begin as well.  If you do not feel comfortable with your child participating in our programs at any time and have already paid the fees for an upcoming session, we are happy to issue refunds.  Based on local and state recommendations, if the schools do not re-open for this school year, any program fees paid for the Spring 3 on 3 Session, through the Teton County Parks and Rec Program will be refunded automatically. 

Below are some links to continue to explore and grow the game of basketball from home:

The NBA and WNBA have launched an interactive video series where kids can learn a variety of ways to develop their on-court game while keeping up with CDC-recommended social distancing measures. The program is called “Jr. NBA at Home” and features NBA and WNBA players in the videos.

Point Guard College provides free daily 15-25 minute teachings and workouts designed to help players make the most of their time. They are usually $35 per session but are free at this time. 

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Please let us know if you have any questions or need anything!  


Update 3/28/20: Under the direction from Governor Gordon, school closures are currently extended through April 17th.  Our programs will continue to be suspended through this date until further notice.  

Update 3/15/20: Greetings JHYB Families.  We would like to inform all of our participants that we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation and our highest priority is keeping everyone in our community safe, especially our youth. All JHYB programs are currently suspended until further notice.  We will follow the lead from decisions made by the Teton County School District on school closures, and thus gyms. When students are allowed back within the schools, we hope to continue our programs. Stay safe and healthy everyone!


Our mission is to help boys and girls be as successful as they can by teaching the fundamentals of basketball, respect for the game and life lessons such as hard work, fair play, teamwork, resilience, and sportsmanship.  

Jackson Hole Youth Basketball offers recreational leagues, travel leagues, camps and clinics. In addition, JHYB hosts the annual Veterans Classic travel basketball tournament and the Broncs Basketball Alumni Weekend.  JHYB is pleased to partner with Teton County Parks and Recreation and the JHHS Broncs to offer basketball programs throughout the year to boys and girls grades 1-12.  

Current & Upcoming Programs: