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A Non-Profit, AAU Basketball Club
(founded 2003)
Summer camp starts Monday
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Call or email for further information.
Midvalley Basketball Academy will be fielding two high school teams for Spring/Summer 2016. One team will play spring league in Eugene and the travelling team will play two spring tournaments and 4 summer tournaments. Also, we will be fielding one or two middle school aged teams to play spring league in Eugene. Tryouts coming in March.
Tryouts in March or by appointment/invitation
For further information call 541-738-6847 or email info@midvalleyball.net
Corvallis Fall clinics are nearing completion, thanks to all the participants.


 phone: 541-738-6843 or email info@midvalleyball.net

MVBA offers camps and clinics in Albany and Corvallis
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MVBA would like to welcome Keisha Merchant who has joined us to assist Coach Kaiser with our middle school teams. Keisha will have primary responsibility for working on ball handling, etc. with both teams.
Next time you see her, give her a warm thank you!
Contact us at 541-738-6843 or email: info@midvalleyball.net 
MVBA is a basketball program designed for the more competitive player. Our goal is to provide girls from the Midvalley area of Linn, Benton, Marion, and Polk counties with the best possible coaching and playing experience available. We provide ASEP certified coaching. MVBA offers a level of play and instruction that local recreational programs do not offer. In addition, MVBA offers a wide variety of camps and clinics in the Corvallis-Albany area. MVBA offers classes for youth aged 5-14. Beginning Spring 2006, MVBA will begin offering high school teams for off-season skill development and additional court time.
MVBA is offering weekly basketball clinics in Corvallis and Albany

“Basketball doesn't´t build character, it reveals it.”

 Colossians 3:23:
"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men,"