Wayland Youth Basketball Association (WYBA) is an organization that provides instructional and competitive basketball programs for girls and boys in Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Primary goals of the Wayland Youth Basketball Association
- To promote skill development and enjoyment of the game of basketball.
- To promote teamwork, sportsmanship, and positive behavior on and off the basketball court.
Participation in the MetroWest League through WYBA is open to all players who live in Wayland and to METCO students attending Wayland Schools. Players who do not live in Wayland but attend Wayland Public Schools (even if not part of the METCO program) are eligible to participate in the Tri-Town League and K-2 Program along with Wayland residents and METCO students.
Thank you for your patience as we figure out the 2021-22 WYBA season. All of the information below is contingent on COVID-19 restrictions and gym space. 1. TriTown Basketball (Girls 3/4 grade/Boys 3-8 grade) The TriTown basketball season typically starts at the end of November (after Thanksgiving) and games are played on Saturdays starting…Read More
Thank you for your patience as we open registration for the 2021-22 Wayland Youth Basketball Program on September 7, 2021. We, like many other towns, are facing a gym shortage, as many school gyms are being repurposed for cafeterias and classroom spaces as the Covid-19 pandemic continues. Therefore, we are working closely with private partners…Read More
From Katherine Brenna, CPRP RECREATION DIRECTOR: “The Town of Wayland is currently faced with a shortage of athletic fields to meet the demands and needs of the Town’s recreational services. This forum will solicit feedback from all stakeholders and the members of the public to assist us in developing a short term and long term plan moving forward to…Read More
The WYBA Board would like to provide you the following updates on each of our programs. The main goal of this organization is to get as many kids playing basketball as we can in a fun and instructive environment. However, safety of our players, coaches, and parents is the number one priority. These updates probably…Read More
Thanks to all that responded to our temperature check survey earlier this month. It was helpful to get a sense of what players and their families were thinking about basketball participation this year. As we are all well aware, due to COVID-19 regulations, we are currently unsure of exactly what we will be able to…Read More