Youth Basketball Information

Registration for basketball takes place in October. The season runs from December - March.

Gym Locations

Pearl Parks and Recreation Building - 320 Center City Drive, Pearl, MS 39208
Old High School Gym (Behind City Hall) - 2420 Old Brandon Road, Pearl, MS 39208
Richland Recreation Center - 460 East Harper Street, Richland, MS 39218


Practice and Game Info
*Practices can be held at either gym.
CoEd practices and games will be held at the PPR Building.
Older age group games (7/8 and up) will be held at the Old High School Gym

Practices are usually held once during the week (excluding Wednesday) and once on Saturday. When games start, practices will only be held on Saturdays. Usually teams play 2 games per week. The only time we have Saturday games is once at the beginning of the season, and once in the middle of the season. 


Other Info
Registration fee includes a jersey.
Parents will need to purchase game shorts (color will be determined by coach), and a ball (sizes are below).
Basketball shoes are encouraged, but not required. Players may choose to wear tennis shoes.
CoEd plays on 8ft goals. All other age groups play on 10ft goals.

City of Pearl Basketball Rules - Click Here


Ball Sizes
CoEd - 27.5"
Rookies - 27.5"
JR Girls - 27.5"
SR Girls - 28.5"
JR Boys - 28.5"
SR Boys - 29.5"


Contact Us
Holly Haralson
601-932-3541
hharalson@cityofpearl.com

Youth Sports Currently Registering

2022 Spring Baseball

REGISTRATION ENDS 01/31/2022

The City of Pearl youth baseball league aims to provide a positive learning environment for boys/girls to master the fundamentals of baseball, practice sportsmanship, teamwork, and participate in healthy competition.  The league is designed to promote skill progression through modifications of rules at each playing level, starting with tee-ball then coach-pitch, and finally player pitch. 


2022 Spring Softball

REGISTRATION ENDS 01/31/2022

The City of Pearl youth softball league aims to provide a positive learning environment for girls to master the fundamentals of baseball, practice sportsmanship, teamwork, and participate in healthy competition.  The league is designed to promote skill progression through modifications of rules at each playing level, starting with t-ball then coach-pitch, and finally fastpitch softball.