Stamford Youngtimers Basketball League (SYTBB) is the largest ALL Girls basketball league in Stamford. Nearly all of the Girls High School players on the Stamford High, Westhill High and Trinity Catholic High School teams (past and present) have played in the SYTBB league. Many of the current players are also coaching in the league.
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Rosters Set for 2014-15 Junior and Senior House League
Coaches have been given their rosters for the Junior and Senior House Leagues and will be reaching out to players over the next few days. Practice will start on Wed., Nov. 5 for teams that practice on Wednesday. Tuesday practice teams will not start until Tues., Nov. 11. Any questions, please let Tim Frank know at
Registration is live for the Stamford Youngtimers 2014-15 Little Timers and Starters programs. The Registration tab is on the left navigation panel on the website. Little Timers is for K and 1st Grade and Starters is for 2nd and 3rd Graders. A full explanation of each program is available at our website under House League Information on the left navigation panel.
If you have any questions, please direct them to Tim Frank at
The Stamford Youngtimers 8th Grade Travel Team captured the Fairfield County Basketball League AA Division Championship with a 63-52 win over Waterbury-North End on March 8 at Darien High School. The Youngtimers, who finished the season 29-2, avenged a loss to Waterbury from early January.
Waterbury controlled the glass in the opening period with a 19-9 advantage but Stamford managed to stand tied at 14 after one. Waterbury scored the first five points of the second quarter but the Youngtimers finished the half on a 14-6 run to grab a three-point halftime lead. Stamford took control in the third quarter, forcing eight Waterbury turnovers in the period to collect a 22-13 advantage and grab a 50-38 lead after three quarters. Waterbury could get no closer than nine points the rest of the way.
Stamford held the runnerup to just 28.8 percent shooting for the game and forced 22 turnovers. Over the final three quarters, the Youngtimers were almost even on the boards with Waterbury holding a slim 37-36 advantage after their dominance in the first quarter. Maya Klein poured in 26 points for Stamford while Alexa Kellner chipped in with 13 points, 17 rebounds and four blocks. McKenna Frank played an outstanding floor game finishing with 11 points, 11 assists, six rebounds and four steals. Brooke Kelly accounted for nine points, four assists and three steals for the Youngtimers.
The 8th grade captured both the regular season and tournament championships of the FCBL. Stamford received great contributions from Lizzy DeMarkey, Heather Fraioli, Julia Howe, Sydney Leeds, Gloria Mattioli, Kaleha Morgan and Molly Murray throughout the season en route to one of the finest seasons in Youngtimers history. Earlier in the day on March 8, Frank was a co-winner of the Fairfield County 3-point shooting championship.