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Wisconsin's Premier Youth Basketball League

*** We had 510 games played the first three weeks of the season and still have 8 game results unreported (not bad, but we need to do better as a group).  Please remember that the winning team is responsible for reporting the score of the game (and promptly!).  ***


* The Website Schedule is Active *

The website is the official schedule and the spreadsheet should be discarded as changes may have happened (not many, but a few).  Have someone on your team get in a habit of checking the website schedule each week of the season as ANY subsequent changes will only be done on the website.

Using the TEAM tab on the top, select SCHEDULE, DIVISION, then finally TEAM NAME.  For those of you that have kids playing at different grades/divisions, the MULTI-SCHEDULE tab under TEAMS will allow you to search a schedule for several teams at once.

There is still one location, on January 31, 2016, that is listed as "tbd".  When that location is finalized, I will update the website scheduler accordingly.



* How to Report Game Results *



The winning team is responsible for reporting the game result.  Please send the result in no later than the end of Monday following the game.  Better still, with today's technology at your disposal, send it in immediately after your game!  We will update the website and the comparative scores will be available for all to see.

Send an email to:

Include the date, grade, division, the teams and score.  An example is this:
Nov 7th, 8A, North 39 East 37


The WYBL is a league that supports community-based teams.  It is required that each player reside in your school district or currently open enroll into your school district.  Let me be clear on this: no teams shall be comprised on multi-district players.  Players should be assigned to teams within their grade level (or play "up") and not according to age

As is always the case, please contact me at any time with questions and/or suggestions.  The aim is to continue to improve to make the WYBL the best youth boys basketball league in the State.  For Information Concerning the League please Contact Lee Clement.  The email address is .  Phone number is 414 839-6800


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Communication Exchange
Divisional Placement The following Teams have indicated a willingness...
Quotes of the Week
My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results...
Basketball Thoughts & Observations
Pursuit vs Outcomes:  Sometimes, out of the clear blue sky...
Communication Exchange

Divisional Placement

The following Teams have indicated a willingness to switch divisions.  If your team is willing to switch with them, please send Lee an email and he will make it happen.

  • 8B+ Watertown is willing to move up to 8A
  • 8B+ Muskego is willing to move up to 8A
  • 8C Port Washington is willing to move up to 8B
  • 7B+ Waukesha North is willing to move up to 7A
  • 7C  Oak Creek is willing to move up to 7B
  • 6A  Grafton is willing to move down to 6B+
  • 5A  West Bend is willing to move down (B/C)
  • 5B  Oconomowoc is willing to move down to 5C
  • 4B+ Waukesha West is willing to move up to 4A
  • 4B  Port Washington is willing to move down to 4C


Please note the team payment deadline (see timeline below).

Important Dates:

  1. September 28, 2015.  Registration will officially be closed.
  2. September 30, 2015.  The field will be posted on the website
  3. October 9, 2015.  WYBL schedule will be released in excel form.
  4. October 16, 2015.  Final team payment is due.
  5. October 30, 2015.  Team Waivers & Rosters must be submitted.
  6. November 8, 2015.  First games for roughly half the field.
  7. December 27, 2015.  No WYBL games will be scheduled.
  8. January 10, 2016.  Roster freeze date.  No more changes.
  9. March 6 & 13, 2016.  Year End Championship tournament dates.

by Lee Clement posted 11/17/2015
Quotes of the Week

My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.

Thomas Jefferson


"No weapon has ever settled a moral problem. It can impose a solution but it cannot guarantee it to be a just one."

Ernest Hemingway


"Only the guy who isn't rowing has time to rock the boat."

Jean-Paul Sartre


"The mind is like an iceberg, it floats with one-seventh of its bulk above water."

Sigmund Freud


"I'm an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way."


It is amazing that people who think we cannot afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, and medication somehow think that we can afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, medication and a government bureaucracy to administer it.

Thomas Sowell


Our scientific power has outrun our spiritual power. We have guided missiles and misguided men.

Martin Luther King, Jr.


by Lee Clement posted 02/01/2015
Basketball Thoughts & Observations

Pursuit vs Outcomes

Sometimes, out of the clear blue sky (ok, it’s usually overcast) my mind heads in a different direction.  For a powerpoint presentation to potential clients, we were looking for a “wow” start that grabbed their attention right away.  I was supposed to be searching the web for some examples, but got sidetracked by the Declaration of Independence (yes, that 1776 thing that Tom, Ben, and John penned in their spare time).

The Declaration of Independence hits us right away with this powerful sentence.  “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”.    

There were 2-3 segments of the sentence that had my attention, namely, the mushy thing about truths that are self-evident (hmm, what other truisms could I find and if I had to search for them, are they really self-evident?) and the part about certain unalienable rights (couldn’t they have just spelled them out to save us some time?).  Well, that ruined my day at work.  How do you explain to the others that our presentation was going to remain an empty shell until I could make peace with those independent minded Philadelphians from 1776?

The answer didn’t take that long.  That night, I met a long-time friend for dinner and drinks.  Chalk this up to the difference between women and men, but normally the catching up period for men lasts all of two minutes before the real talk commences on the Brewers, Bucks, Packers, Badgers, etc.  This time was different.  Strangely different.  Perhaps unknowingly stoked by Franklin, Jefferson, and Adams (not the schools), we talked about being happy in our particular stage of the life cycle.  Glenn said he is so excited about 2015 to come as he intends to make it “the best single year of his life” (as an aside, that statement could never be made around your wife without some kind of disclaimer about the marriage year).  Not to be outdone, or perhaps it was the liquid courage speaking on my behalf, I echoed his sentiments (but secretly wondered how I would ever top a few of those years between ages 18 and 30). 

Unbeknownst to Glenn, he helped me solve the riddle that was keeping me from finishing my work; I really didn’t need a “wow” factor after all.  It dawned on me that a key line in the Declaration of Independence was the pursuit of happiness,  regardless of whether you actually attain it or not!  That freedom (or liberty, if you will) to choose your path and/or to choose how you look at things is the most satisfying one.  The end goal or result is the icing on the cake. 

We’ve heard it many times before in various ways; enjoy the journey.  The final outcome may or may not be within your full control.  Tom Peters wrote the best selling 1980’s business book, “In Search of Excellence” and claimed to know what the best companies of the 21st century would all look like.  The cynical amongst us will ask whether, metaphorically, he was suggesting we skip to the back of the book (yr 2000) and bypass the journey.  You know what, at one stage of my life I may have been willing to be an “ends justifies the means” type of guy, but those days are far in my rear view mirror. 

For my money, Glenn and I solved all the world’s problems over a bottle of Bordeaux.  Alas, with all the world’s problems solved, we still got home later than planned.  You see, we really couldn’t leave without the requisite sports talk, could we?  Mrs. Coach says being home on time is now a pursuit I need to work on.

by Lee Clement posted 02/17/2014
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Choose from WYBL tees, sweatshirts and sweat pants.

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