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Wisconsin's Premier Boys Youth Basketball League

* Year End Tournament Information *

The brackets are posted in the HANDOUTS section with all the results from each tournament division.  Pewaukee wins Program of the Year for the 2nd straight year (see communication section below).

  • 8A  #1 New Berlin West beat #3 Tosa East.  Franklin won Consolation
  • 8Z  #3 Whitefish Bay best #6 Greendale.  Watertown won Consolation
  • 8B  #1 Elkhorn beat #2 Richfield.  West Allis Central won Consolation
  • 8C  #9 Grafton beat #1 Greendale.  Franklin won Consolation
  • 7A  #1 Pewaukee beat #9 Arrowhead.  Germantown won Consolation
  • 7Z  #4 West Bend East beat #12 Oak Creek.  Hartford won Consolation
  • 7B  #2 Elkhorn beat #1 Whitefish Bay.  Germantown won Consolation
  • 7C  #1 Muskego beat #2 New Berlin West.  West Bend East won Consolation
  • 6A  #1 Kettle Moraine beat #2 Pewaukee.  Burlington won Consolation
  • 6Z  #13 Sheboygan North beat #2 Oak Creek.  Westosha won Consolation
  • 6B  #4 Milwaukee Lutheran beat #8 Nicolet.  Brown Deer won Consolation
  • 6C #2 Ronald Reagan beat #5 Pewaukee.  Whitnall won Consolation
  • 5A  #1 Sheboygan North beat #2 Sussex Hamilton.  WI Lutheran won Consolation
  • 5Z  #9 Menomonee Falls beat #2 Waukesha North.  Watertown won Consolation
  • 5B  #4 Westosha beat #13 Mukwonago.  Tosa West won Consolation
  • 5C  #3 Oak Creek beat #1 Milw Montessori.  Waukesha North won Consolation
  • 4A  #1 Germantown beat #3 Brookfield Central.  Oak Creek won Consolation
  • 4Z  #1 Kenosha Saints beat #2 Greendale.  Port Washington won Consolation
  • 4B  #1 Hartford beat #3 Shorewood.  Arrowhead won Consolation
  • 4C  #4 Mukwonago beat #3 Waukesha West.  South Milwaukee won Consolation



   * 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 Mark Brault.     Email:

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* WYBL Program of the Year * Five grades, four divisions in each...
Basketball Thoughts & Observations
A Basketball Carol As the story goes, Ebenezer Coach was watching...
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My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results...
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* WYBL Program of the Year *

Five grades, four divisions in each for a total of 20 Championships.  1st place is awarded 10 points, 2nd place nets 7 points, and the Consolation Champion gets 3 points.  5 bonus points are added for winning at the highest level, so the five "A" division winners receive a bonus for excellence. 

  • Sheboygan North and Elkhorn were the only programs to win 2 Championships.
  • Greendale came in 2nd place 3 times!  Pewaukee and Oak Creek twice
  • Germantown, Franklin, and Watertown all won 2 Consolation Championships


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by Mark Brault posted 03/13/2018
Basketball Thoughts & Observations

A Basketball Carol

As the story goes, Ebenezer Coach was watching a basketball game on TV with his family when he observed a player travel.  “Bah turnover”, he said.  A few minutes later, after an offensive rebound and subsequent put-back, he replied, “bah, box-out”.  Though it turned out to be an exciting game for the majority of the family, Ebenezer was always negative and uttered his last “bah, humbug” before heading upstairs and going to bed.

Immediately upon entering a deep sleep, he encountered the Ghost of Red Auerbach, who reminded him that basketball is a team game best performed when all players are fundamentally sound and operating as one.  Do not coddle your stars (they’ll thank you later), but teaching is best done through positive rather than negative reinforcement.  And with that advice, he faded in to the distant past.

Next to appear was the Ghost of Phil Jackson.  He was preaching patience and the need to not be so negative when dealing with today’s players.  Different generations often require unique approaches.  “The best way to get a horse to drink from the water is to have them believe it was their idea in the first place to go there”, opined the Zen-master.  The map to the watering hole may turn out to be curve-linear, but the end result will be more rewarding.  With those thoughts, he, too, then vanished into the night.

The last vision presented to Ebenezer startled him.  It was a bit hazy, but he could see that a man was prowling the sidelines of a youth basketball game and berating referees over phantom non-calls.  He was yelling at his players and being critical of the outcomes even when they attempted to do the right thing.  He could see the unhappy looks on the parent’s faces as the coach continued his overbearing ways.  What poor sportsmanship, thought Ebenezer.  Where on Earth did he ever learn such behavior?  Shaking his head in an attempt to rid himself of this vision only served to clarify the apparition.  Try as he may, there was no denying it.  There, on the sideline, was the Ghost of Basketball Future…….his own son!

His restless night was broken by the alarm clock signaling his wake up call.  

Wiping the sleep from his eyes Ebenezer Coach thought to himself, “yes, that was a wake up call indeed”.

by Lee Clement posted 12/19/2017
Quotes of the Week

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

Thomas Jefferson


"Christmas isn't a season.  It's a feeling."

Edna Ferber


"Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose."

Our country is now taking so steady a course as to show by what road it will pass to destruction, to wit: by consolidation of power first, and then corruption, its necessary consequence.
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Our country is now taking so steady a course as to show by what road it will pass to destruction, to wit: by consolidation of power first, and then corruption, its necessary consequence.
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Lyndon Baines Johnson


"A woman's mind is cleaner than a mans; she changes it more often!"

Oliver Herford


"A government doesn't get too big to fail, it gets too big to succeed."

Sarah Palin

The true genius shudders at incompleteness - and usually prefers silence to saying something which is not everything it should be. Edgar Allan Poe
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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 Mark Brault posted 12/17/2017
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