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2022-2023 Preseason Schedule
by posted 09/25/2022

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Important 2022-2023 Season Registration Information
by posted 09/12/2022

  1. Registration limits have been imposed for for each Recreation group. Limits are based on anticipated # of teams and maximum # of players per team. Limits may change based on projected registration levels, volunteers willing to coach, and facility availability.

  2. Any Recreation registrations not paid in full at the time of registration will be moved to the Waitlist at the close of the registration period. To reserve your child's spot in our program be sure to provide full payment concurrent with registering. If your child then chooses not to participate (i.e. makes the Travel team), communicate to us and we will unregister and issue a full refund.

  3. The Club will be directly handling all uniform orders required for our Travel and Recreation programs. At the time of registration, uniform information will be collected and a group order will be placed by HBBC at the close of the program's registration period. For Travel, that is if selected for the team, not when registering for Travel Try-outs. If indicated that a new uniform is needed, the cost of the standard uniform will be added to the registration fee and will be due, in full, at time of registration. The standard uniforms are outlined on our Online Store page. All other items and "spirit wear", such as shooting shirts, socks, bags, sweatshirts, etc., can be ordered individually by families directly through Local Pro Sports when the My Team Store online store opens. 

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2022-2023 Season Information
by posted 09/09/2022

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2021-2022 HBBC Recap
by posted 03/27/2022

The Hollis Brookline Basketball Club is proud to report that we had 273 player participants and 57 volunteer coaches and Board members for the 2021-2022 season. This represents tremendous community involvement in any year, but when also compared to our numbers from 2019-2020, overall player participation was actually 97% of what it had been in our previous season. Even after a year off, and operating under extenuating circumstances, our HBBC programs are as strong as ever – thank you.
















The Souhegan Valley Basketball League (SVBL) completed its season in February with its traditional Jamboree. After a great 8-week regular season of play, the goal of the Jamboree is to have a half-day event for each division as a fun, competitive way to both celebrate and wrap-up the season. Both of our HB 3rd/4th grade girls made it to the final for their event - congrats! Here are the results across the various divisions and host sites:  



#  of Teams



3rd/4th Boys - a.m.



Amherst 3 - Morere

Amherst 2 - Hickman

3rd/4th Boys - p.m.



Milford 1 - Wiegand

Milford 2 - Croswell

3rd/4th Girls - Sat.

Hollis Brookline


Hollis Brookline 2 - Seiger-Jones

Hollis Brookline 1 - Curran

3rd/4th Girls - Sun.



Wilton 2 - McCarthy

Amherst 2 - Scott

5th/6th Boys

New Ipswich


New Ipswich 2 - Nichols

New Ipswich 3 - Vaillancourt

5th/6th Girls



Milford 1 - Kilmer

New Ipswich 2 - Mceleney

7th-9th Boys

Hollis Brookline


New Ipswich 2 - Alix

New Ipswich 1 - Volpe



The Manchester Suburban Basketball League (MSBL) completed its post-season playoffs this past weekend. It was a great season for all nine of our HB teams based on seeing the growth of the players individually and as units. We are proud of you. On a special note, three teams won their competitive division championships and two others were runners-up. Congratulations!

3rd/4th Girls - Stark

Division 1 Champions

5th Girls - Dufoe

Division 2 Champions

6th Boys - Leclerc

Division 1 Champions

6th Girls - Ramas

Division 1 Runners-up

5th/6th Boys - Canaway

Division 2B Runners-up


And finally, a survey will be sent out by the Club in the coming days. If you could please spend just a few minutes to provide some feedback that would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

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