We still have open spots on the D1 (7th/8th) as well as D2 (5th/6th) boys teams.
To register, please go to the Registration
Page and pre-register online. Contact the
Boys Division Coordinator.
Saratoga NJB MeetingThe Next Saratoga NJB Meeting is on Nov 11th @ 7:30pm at Jakes Pizza on De Anza Blvd. Coaches are requested to attend this meeting since we will be going over the Division rules. Saratoga NJB Meetings are open to all so please try to swing by for a bit.
We Need VolunteersSaratoga NJB is in need for volunteers to help on the Board of Directors. We are looking for Boys & Girls Division Coordinators as well as an All Net Coordinator.
Saratoga NJB High School ballSaratoga NJB has a JV and Varsity basketball team for players that didn't make their schol teams. We need qualified coaches for the JV team this year, please contact Sujat for more info.
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Boys AllStars WIN!!!
Saratoga D3 Boys won Allstars beating Evergreen 50-41 and went on to win in the finals. Now this team is on to L.A.
1-1 Coaching AvailableThe following coaches also offer 1-1 instruction if you are looking for your son/daughter to be coached up individually. As opposed to team strategy that is coached up in 'team' practices a 1-1 session will work on critical basketball skills that are normally not part of a team's practice:
2015 Winter NJB League Winners
Saratoga NJB Varsity team won the Silicon Valley NJB Varsity Championship, wrapping up an 11-1 season record, including the championship game vs West San Jose. This is the second consecutive SV Championship for this team, which won the JV title last year before moving up to the Varsity division this year. Over the past two years, the team has an overall record of 23 wins and 1 loss, while winning two Championship Titles.
In the picture, L to R ... Billy Inserra, Paris Muise, Robby Bonovich, Matt Kelleher, Jack Bullard, Ethan Hardgrave, Nick Clevenger, Joe Murphy, Nick Valencia, Max Torres, and Michael Bullard ... Coach Bill Inserra, team manager Danny Inserra
Congratulations to the D3 boys team #2 coached by Connor Peebles, Jinho Choi, and Lily Asia for taking first place in the Saratoga League Championship. 2nd place went to team #1 coached by Dennis Namimatsu and Steve Dennis and 3rd place went to team #5 coached by Sam Berman and Bob Weisend.
Congratulations also to the D2 boys team #6 coached by Jeff Roper and Mike Pors for taking first place in the Saratoga League Championship. 2nd place went to team #5 coached by Sisir Kudva and Mike Overby and third place went to team #3 coached by Scott Hutchings and Doug Green.
Saratoga again has a Summer Champion!The 5th grade team, Saratoga Swish, coached by Jeff Roper and Scott Hutchings, beat the SV Warriors to win the 5th/6th grade level 2 Tournament on Sunday, August 24th. The team had a great season, going 7-1. They dominated in the playoffs with smothering defense, jumping out to a 25-0 lead in the first game and avenging their only loss in the finals, 40-27. The team was made up of (from left to right); Caden Tanaka, Tyler Chu, Josh Roper, Nathan Oh, Jonathan Chao, Charlie Hutchings, Cameron King, and Ashwin Sarathy (not pictured).
JV team wins BIG!The JV team finished their 2013/14 season by winning the championship in an overtime game against Berryessa, and finished an undefeated 12-0 for the season!.
Entertaining the fans during halftime!The Saratoga 8th grade boys AllNet team took on the challenge of last year's 8th grade AllNet team at halftime of the Santa Clara University game vs La Sierra Dec 14th. While the Santa Clara Broncos won their game handily, the Toga AllNet teams entertained the fans with a run and gun game at halftime. (8th grade AllNet was represented by Harrison Fong, Kyle Peebles, Alex Metz, Alex Sloan, Will Turpin and Kyle Wang).
Saratoga had another successful Summer Season!The 4th grade team, Saratoga Fire, coached by Jeff Ropey and Scott Hutchings, beat the South Bay Warriors to win the Full Court Tournament on Sunday, August 25th. The team had a slow start to the season, but played much better over the 2nd half. They dominated in the playoffs with smothering defense, beating the Raptors, 31-7, and South Bay Warriors, 29-11, while getting off to quick starts in both games, 10-0 and 12-0, respectively. The team was made up of (from left to right); Nathan Oh, Benjamin Soraire, Pramukh Shandilya, Cameron King, Charlie Hutchings, Ashwin Sarathy, Tyler Chu, and Josh Roper.