YOUTH BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
A Non-Profit Organization
Serving the Westlake Community and EANES Schools Since 1994
Westlake Youth Basketball Association
and Westlake Athletic & Community Center are partnering for
the 2017-2018 Winter Season. Games and practices will be held
at the WACC and EANES schools. Our goal has been and will continue
to be to support the Eanes Schools and Westlake community.
Registration is closed for
the WYBA 2017-18 Season.
WYBA/WACC WINTER LEAGUE
Registration begins on August 21, 2017 and continues to October
The late Registration Period begins on October 22, 2017 and continues
to November 08, 2017. During this period, a $50 late fee will
be added to the registration fee. All players registered by
November 08, 2017 are guaranteed placement in the league.
The late fee cannot be waived.
The online Registration Link will be removed from our website
on November 09, 2017. You can email Paul Lamb at email@example.com
to be added to the waiting list. There is no guarantee we can
add the player for this season. To be added to the waitlist,
you will need to provide the following information:
|| Players Name:
|| Parents Name:
|| Phone Number:
|| School of Attendance:
WYBA will no longer provide pictures for participants. We will
provide participation trophies for players in Kindergarten through
3rd Grade. For players in the 4th through 6th Grade, we provide
1st and 2nd place trophies to members of the top two teams in
Preseason Clinic (Register
online at the same time as registering for the Winter League)
WYBA offers an optional
preseason clinic for all Eanes K-6th graders. This is a great
way to kick-off our WYBA season; it allows your child to get
ready for the season while having fun with their friends. The
WHS coaches conduct the clinic so it is a great way to meet them.
WYBA donates all proceeds to support the WHS Basketball teams.
You can learn more about the preseason clinic by clicking on
OR PREP LEAGUE
| What is the difference? Which one is the
right for us?
|Prep League is only an option for Players
in the 4th, 5th and 6th Grades
The Recreational League
is for all grades, Kindergarten to 12th. It teaches basic skills
and is intended to be informative and fun. While it is mostly
Eanes Eligible students, we are able to accommodate some non-Eanes
students in the Recreational League. The teams are divided into
divisions based on Gender and Grade. The teams practice once
a week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday). Grades K- 6th
generally play one game a week on Saturday. Grades 7th-12th generally
play one game a week on Sunday afternoon. Each teams Volunteer
Coach will select the practice night and time for his/her team.
There is no tryout for the Recreational League.
Each year the Divisions are determined
by the number of registrations. The most common Divisions for
Girls are: K/1st Grade; 2nd Grade; 3rd Grade; 4th Grade and 5th/6th
Grade. The most common Divisions for the Boys are: Kindergarten;
1st Grade; 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade; 4th Grade; 5th/6th Grade; 7th/8th
Grade and 9th/12th Grade.
We do not keep score for K-2nd.
These teams are formed mostly by school of attendance. For Grades
3rd-8th, we do keep score and have a player draft to form teams.
The Girls Divisions sometimes choose to continue forming school
related teams for the 3rd Graders, however, this must be agreed
on by the Coordinators and Coaches. Grades 9th-12th are player
coached and teams are formed through a collaboration between
the coaches and the Coordinator. The cost of the Recreational
League is listed below:
|Grades K-3rd Play
Play 8 Games plus Tournament
The Prep League is for players in
the 4th; 5th and 6th Grades. It is a more competitive league
and has a limited number of players. Because of the limitation,
players must be Eanes Eligible Students and participate in tryouts
unless granted a waiver by the league. The Prep League consists
of 3 Divisions: Girls Prep; Boys Junior Prep, and Boys Senior
Prep. The Girls Prep League and Boys Junior Prep Divisions consist
of 6 teams with 8 players per team. The Boys Senior Prep Division
consist of 8 teams with 8 players per team.
If a player wishes to play in the
Prep League and is unable to attend the tryouts, he/she must
notify us of the conflict in advance. Missing the tryout due
to justifiable reasons does not disqualify the player from consideration;
however, failure to notify us does. The Tryout consists of two
| Girls Prep
|| Part 1-Skills
28, 2017 *9:00-12:00
|| Part 2-Scrimmage
|| Nov. 4, 2017 *9:00-12:00
| Boys Jr. & Sr. Prep
|| Part 1-Skills
|| Oct. 29, 2017 *1:00-6:00
|| Part 2-Scrimmage
5 ,2017 *1:00-6:00
will be at Hill Country Middle School. Exact Skills Tryout Times
will be Posted By October 23, 2017
All Prep League Tryouts will be at
Hill Country Middle School unless notified of the change. *The
exact time of the Skills Tryout will be posted on our homepage
by October 23, 2017. Scrimmages will be approximately 15 minutes
long and prospective players will be placed in small groups (10-14).
The exact time each player scrimmages will be posted on our homepage
by November 1, 2017.
The Girls Prep and Boys Junior Prep normally practice on Sunday
afternoon and play games on Wednesday nights (2 contacts per
week). The Boys Senior Prep normally practice on Sunday afternoon
and play games on Monday and Thursday nights (3 contacts per
week). The cost of the Prep League is listed below:
Prep Play 10 Games plus Tournament
Junior Prep Play 10 Games plus Tournament
Senior Prep Play 14 Games plus Tournament
If you have Registration
questions you can email Paul Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org.