About South Loudoun Basketball

South Loudoun Basketball serves the youth in grades 2-12 in southeastern Loudoun County.   SLB relies on an incredible set of volunteers - from coaches to board members - which make it possible for over 1,700 kids to participate.  SLB strives not only to produce great basketball teams, but to promote sportsmanship on and off the court.

 

SLB is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization run by volunteers of the Dulles South community.  We are an independent organization which has been sanctioned by the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) to operate within the Mercer and Lunsford Middle School boundary.  SLB and PRCS partner to provide a winter basketball program using the Loudoun County Public School facilities within the Champe HS and Freedom HS school clusters.

SLB Mission

The mission of SLB is to provide the youth of southeastern Loudoun with an opportunity to learn basketball, sportsmanship and teamwork in a safe and friendly environment.  SLB strives to develop self-confidence and respect for self/others, and to teach the fundamentals of basketball.  SLB provides an environment to progressively develop skills in a variety of organized team environments.  SLB instills the importance of being a role model for our visiting teams by demonstrating the highest level of sportsmanship. 

SCHEDULE ALERTS
LAST MINUTE BLACKOUT AT LITTLE RIVER FOR FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17.  SEE TEAMOPOLIS FOR DETAILS.

   

SLB/MLBL High School Partners

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