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We are NOT taking entries at this time. (MYAS office is also currently closed)
The DAYBA Board is waiting to see how the reopening of the State affects things.
Many things will affect our final decision. (not all listed)
Is it safe for players, fans, and everyone connected with the event?
The entry fee would be very high to hold a tournament without fans.
Will there be a facility that will allow a tournament?
Will there be referees available?
Will parents and players want to travel to Duluth for a tournament?
Will there be a vaccination that is effective and safe?
Hopefully, in the next couple of months, we will be able to make a more informed decision. The CDC, State government, MYAS, and local authorities should start putting out guidelines. (As well as common sense)
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Salvation Army RBA and DAYBA Announce Merger
Two youth basketball programs, Salvation Army RBA and DAYBA celebrate building skills. The two groups, the former, a program of the Salvation Army and the latter, formed by parents in the early 1990s once competed for some of the same kids explained their directors, Kris Mallett and Erik Lofald. RBA once was for grades 1-4 at the same time that DAYBA served grades 3-6. During the past seven years, as Mallett and Lofald took leadership roles and worked together, the RBA has served kindergarten through fourth grade, and DAYBA has served grades 5-8. On March 11, 2019 they announced the two programs will merge under Mallett's direction.
We strive to promote high-quality basketball opportunities for Duluth-area basketball players. In doing so, we hope our players learn the core values of teamwork, accountability, hard work and perseverance.