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Armstrong Youth Basketball Policies

By-Laws and Policies

Parent's Code of Behavior

1. I will behave with sportsmanship, demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or event.  I will support my child and teammates during a game with encouragement, leaving instruction to the coaches.  I will require my child to treat other players, coaches, fans and officials with respect at all times.

2. I support and will explain to my child the “3 strikes – you’re out” policy that all players/parents are subject to.  (The policy says that disrespectful behavior by players or parents to teammates, coaches, opponents, parents, fans, officials, etc., will not be tolerated.  Upon the 1st and 2nd occurrence, the violator will be suspended from games and practices for 2 weeks.  Upon the 3rd occurrence, the violator will be permanently suspended from the team and the program for this year and future years.)

3. I will support the association “playing time” policy of guaranteeing each traveling player 1/3 of each game over the course of the season and each house player ½ of each game (subject to playing time reductions for absences or behavior problems).

Click here for Armstrong Youth Basketball's COVID-19 Readiness Plan

Refund Policy: 

Travel Program: If COVID-19 issues prevent Armstrong Youth Basketball from scheduling a full season, a prorated amount of the season registration fees will be refunded.  Scheduling a total of eight tournaments for 5th - 8th grade and six tournaments for 4th grade will be considered a full season.  If we cancel the entire season then the entire season fee will be refunded.   Tryout fees ($25) are non-refundable. 

House program: If COVID-19 issues prevent Armstrong Cooper Youth Basketball from participating in the full season, a prorated amount of the season's registration fees will be refunded as follows: 100% less uniform fees if season is canceled during or before winter break, 50% if season is canceled on or before the end of January 2021, and no refund if season is canceled anytime after January 31st 2021. Voluntary withdrawal or withdrawal due to injury or illness (including COVID-19) will be subject to regular refund policy (

Click here for MYAS COVID update from September 21, 2021.


COVID-19 Community Testing Sites

Minnesota is offering low-barrier, no-cost COVID-19 testing in Minnesota communities.  The closest testing site is:

Brooklyn Park

Starlite Center, 8085 Brooklyn Blvd
7 days a week
Weekdays: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Weekends: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

To schedule an appointment:

Walk-ins Welcome

Former Office Max building next to the Panda Garden Buffet, just east of Jolly Lane.

No charge and no insurance information required

Results will be emailed

For other testing centers please visit: