Registration for 2014/15 Winter NJB is now OPEN!Click on the "Registration Page" link to the left to register your son or daughter for Hoops, NJB, AllNet or High School League.
Time Change for Girls Division 2
City of Campbell added to the NJB boundary for Saratoga NJB!!!
We would like to announce that Sujat Mahajani was elected as our New Saratoga NJB President this past Summer! For more info on our current Board please visit NJB Board
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 Roper 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.