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Travel Team tryouts for the girl's teams in grades 5-6: 

  • 10/19: 5th Grade Girls/6th Grade Girls -6:00-7:15 (Twinsburg Fitness Center)

Travel Tryout Protocols

  • All evaluators, coaches, helpers will wear masks at all times.
  • Players will be dropped off outside, met by TRBL representative.  Temperature check (must be below 100 degrees) and waiver turned will be turned in at that time.  Parents to leave and come back at end of tryout.
  • Players will receive their number, a cone and come straight into gym with mask on.  Please bring their own labeled water bottle in a small bag.  Players will stand next to their assigned cone.  No basketballs should be brought. TRBL will supply two basketballs. 
  • Tryout drills
    • Warmup
    • Full court layups (right hand and left hand)
    • Dribbling, cross over, right, left hand
    • Passing – 2 man shuffle
    • Shooting
    • 3x3 Scrimmage
  • Exiting – mask on, TRBL reps to walk out to parents.  Stay in car, please be on time.  When the first group is completed, the next group will be brought in.

Questions please email:

See below for more information on the travel program

2020-2021 SEASON UPDATE 9/24

First of all, on behalf of the TRBL Board, we sincerely hope your family is staying safe and doing well.

We wanted to provide an update regarding TRBL’s plans for the 2020-2021 season.  The decisions that have made have not been easy.  Considerable time and effort has been spent talking to the school administration, parents and our youth basketball organization neighbors in an effort to balance the safety and well-being of participants and their families to the opportunity for our youth to participate in an activity so many enjoy.  Please read below for and update on the recreation divisions and travel program. 

The recreation division is canceled for this season.  In conjunction with our ongoing partnership with the school district, TRBL will be unable to use school facilities this season as we have in the past.  Most all neighboring school districts are the same.  We will be planning to have basketball skills clinics at local facilities in January-February.  All safety protocols will be closely followed to ensure safety of all and Information and updates to this will be provided at a later time.

Travel Program – Due to access to local facilities, we are planning to have travel teams in grades 3-6 for boys and 5-6 for girls.  We also plan to have a 4th grade girls tournament team as we have in the past.  This also falls in line with many of our neighboring communities.  Information on coach’s application and interview process as well as tryouts will be sent out this weekend with tryouts to be conducted the week of October 12.  Please note the following:

  1. While we are moving forward at this time, we will be closely monitoring the day to day situation and will pause if necessary with safety as the top priority. 
  2. Tryouts: open to all Twinsburg residents children.  Interested players will need to sign-up (no cost to tryout) to attend.  Sign up will be provided this weekend.
  3. Cost: In this current situation, we are working to keep the cost as low as possible and will work together to ensure cost is not a barrier to participate for all that want to try out and make the team.
  4. Season format: While we will plan to follow the same format from prior years, we will be assessing information that we are receiving on a daily basis to evaluate what leagues, tournaments and practice schedules are best suited for our teams.  Our goal is to provide the opportunity to play within a modified format that keeps safety the top priority and cost as low as possible.
  5. More information will be provided in the next several days.

If you have any questions, please email

Thank you


  • Any player (Boys Grades 3-6, Girls Grades 5-6) interested in trying out for a Travel Basketball Team must be a Twinsburg resident and must complete regular register to be eligible to tryout.  Registration can be completed on this website. 
  • After the tryouts take place in September (dates TBD), those not picked for a travel team will be placed on a team in the recreation league.  Refunds will not be granted for players that do not make the travel team and choose to play outside of TRBL.
  • There will be one team for 3rd-5th Grade Boys, 2 teams (Travel A and Travel B) for 6th Grade Boys.  For the girls, teams for 5th grade and 6th grade.  4th grade girls will field a team in December. 
  • Team formation is dependent upon enough players and coaches to properly fill teams.
  • Players who make the travel team will have a balance due of $225  This fee includes a full reversible uniform, shooting shirt, league fees, gym fees and 4 tournaments.
  • The travel season runs from October - March. 
  • Coaches can apply to coach a team and will be interviewed and selected by the TRBL Board.  Interested candidates should fill out this application with references and send to by August 25th.  You will be contacted for interview.


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TRBL has been a mainstay of the Twinsburg community for many years.  Countless number of people have volunteered many hours to make TRBL one of the best community youth organizations in Northeast Ohio.  We currently have a board that are passionate about our youth and the game of basketball.  Many current board members have spent many years on the board.  If you are interested in learning more about our board or participating, please send an email to

More Information About Twinsburg Recreational Basketball

TRBL is open to 1st - 6th grade boys and girls (separate divisions for boys and girls in each age group) that reside in the Twinsburg City School District.

  • TRBL offers two programs - recreational and travel.
  • Recreational basketball is open to all players in 1st-6th grade. Simply go to the registration link, register and your child will be placed on a team.  The Rec division season begins mid-October and ends early-mid February.
  • Rec teams will practice one weeknight (Tuesday - Friday) and play games on Saturday morning to early afternoon. Cost is $100 which includes a Cav's reversible uniform, 13-15 weekly practices, 9-11 games, an end of year award and a free player ticket to a Cavaliers game on the TRBL Cavs day TBD.
  • COACHES NEEDED: The recreation league depends on volunteer coaches and we hope you will consider volunteering for that role.  Please indicate on registration if interested in coaching. 
  • Travel basketball is for 3rd-6th grade boys and 4th-6th grade girls that desire more competitive play.  Travel teams play in outside community leagues and travel tournaments around Northeast Ohio.  Tryouts for travel teams occur in September (dates TBD). Girls travel team tryouts for 4th grade will occur in December to play in tournaments at the conclusion of the rec season.  See travel information for more details.

Lindsay’s Law: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Youth Athletes

Lindsay’s Law, Ohio Revised Code 3313.53103707.58 and 3707.59 went into effect in 2017.

In accordance with this law, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Cardiology and other stakeholders jointly developed guidelines and other relevant materials to inform and educate students and youth athletes participating in or desiring to participate in an athletic activity, their parents, and their coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest.

What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs.  Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator.

Who is Lindsay?

Senate Bill 252 is named for national heart health advocate and former Miss Ohio Lindsay Davis who suffers from a heart condition and has since dedicated her career to raising awareness of this potentially fatal condition.