- Use your Email User Account and Password to log onto the TCBL website
(contact John Redahan at if you have problems logging in)
- If you do not have a TCBL User Account or have forgotten your password, go to the Sign In button in the top right hand corner and enter your email and leave the password field empty. Click "SignIn" and you will receive an email from the website that will allow you to create / reset your password.
- Let your mouse hover over the blue "Team" button running across the top of the homepage
- Select "Schedule"
- This will bring you to the Schedule page
- Go to the right side of the page where there will be a “Change Team” label and three list boxes
- Season - select 2017 / 2018 Season
- League - select your league (i.e. Boys 7th A 2017)
- Team - select your team (Yorktown)
- Next go to the left side of the page and select "Results"
- Games with a past date will be displayed
- Click on the icon (yellow box with a white pencil in a smaller square) in the "Actions" column at the extreme the right of the game row
- Enter the points for each team on the form that’s displayed
- After the points for both teams have been entered, scroll to the bottom left of the gray form and click the Submit button
- Contact your Division Director if you have any questions
TCBL has shifted its emphasis from individual team registration to a program registration.
TCBL registration for the 2017 2018 season will start on Saturday, September 9th. Please note that TCBL is accepting a team registration as long as it is part of a youth basketball program, which consists of 4 or more teams that belong to the same town or school district program, any combination of boys or girls teams and complies with the TCBL team definition eligibility requirements.
The annual TCBL Kick Off meeting will be Friday, October 13th at the New Castle Town Hall. While TCBL has always had a Kick Off meeting, the venue has changed. It is a mandatory meeting for Program Directors and his/her respective designee, but coaches, especially those new to TCBL, are encouraged to attend as well.
With the growth in the league, from 16 to 175 teams, leadership has decided that due to changes with towns, programs, TCBL leadership, newer coaches, paid coaches and administrators, the “program director policy” was added. I think all of us will agree that for a variety of reasons, it is in everyone’s best interest to have knowledgeable, contemporary program directors working with TCBL leadership and visaversa.
On a separate note, Russ Hoffman and I will be co-commissioners of the girls division this year.