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.
Registration for the 11th Annual Fall Hoops program is open through Wayland Recreation (online, phone, or in-person) registration. Fall Hoops is a program for boys grades 3-8 run by Wayland High School Boys Varsity Coach Denis Doherty. Program details are below: Friday Night Boys Fall Hoops Dates: 9/14-10/26 (no session on 10/5) Location: Wayland Town…Read More
There are two basketball clinics for girls being run by Wayland High School Girls Varsity Basketball Coach Amanda Rukstalis (formerly Cosenza). One is held on Tuesday nights at the Wayland Town building and the other is on Thursday nights at Weston Middle school through the Hoop Mountain Program. For the Tuesday night program, players can…Read More