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Upcoming! 2020 Fall Season Info

Upcoming! 2021 Spring Season Info

CONGRATS! 2020 Spring Season!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 WCAA SPRING MVP’S Congratulations!

 16U MVP

 

13U MVP

 

None-
None

 


Hunter Boggs-

13U Dragons
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 11U MVP

 

9U MVP

 

Rashard Jones-

11U Thunderbirds
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Mason Peat-

9U Reapers

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2020 Bob Dorr Hussle Award Congratulations!
9U- Dylan Shaw
11U- Kaden Fletcher
13U- Ali Hamad
16U- Rebecca Nieves

2020 Coach Of The Year Congratulations!
9U Coach Pierce
9U Coach Rosich
11U Coach Nieves
13U Coach Boggs
13U Coach Manyoma
16U Coach Treadwell

VOLUNTEERS/COACHES


Coaching youth sports is a great opportunity to create lasting memories with your child. If you are interested in coaching or assisting in some capacity, please contact me directly at michael@wcaasports.org


All coaches must submit a background check

League Information

WCAA Basketball is one of the largest youth recreational basketball leagues in the State. The program is designed to introduce our youth of all ages to the great game of basketball! Many of our players have never played in an organized basketball league, while others are more experienced.

WCAA Basketball only allows individual registration so that our coaches can evaluate and skill balance the teams to ensure a fun experience for everyone! We run programs year-round, with Spring and Fall offerings.

Welcome and GAME ON!

Fall Season Info

Spring Season Info


 

2020 Fall Season Information

***Cancelled Due to COVID-19***


 

Early Start** 2021 Spring Season Info

Registration will open in October 2020. This Spring season will run from January to April with the following aspects: 

  • $165 Registration Fee
  • Games will begin in January. Practices in December
  • Player evaluations
  • Coaches Draft
  • 10 game season
  • 1-2 games per week
  • Minimum of 1 practice per week
  • Jersey and shorts for every team
  • Referees
  • Insurance
  • Outdoor game venue
  • Playoff (Top 4 Teams) and Championship Game
  • Divisional MVPs
  • All-Star teams
  • Adjustable goals for younger divisions
  • Open to boys and girls aged 5-17 in co-ed groups
  • Trophies for championship teams
  • Most games played on Saturdays, with a few games scheduled for Thursday and Friday evenings
  • Practices are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, unless a game is scheduled. Actual nights will be determined by the drafting coach.
  • All practices and games played at the Wesley Chapel District Park
  • Registration opens in October 2020

COVID-19 Protocols

 

Spring 2020 Basketball Season
Below are guidelines for WCAA basketball games, events and practices.

The continued health and safety of our players, coaches, directors, staff, umpires, vendors, and park personnel is extremely important to us.

With that said, the integrity of the game is important, too. The game on the court will be played as normal. Players and coaches should practice physical distancing at all times. No in-close team huddle/meetings during game breaks. Obviously, physical distancing will not always apply to players on the court.

We can play and enjoy the game while maintaining social distancing. However, we need everyone's cooperation to make this happen.

Also note that these guidelines are subject to change at any time. City, local, state, and federal guidelines may supersede these guidelines

GUIDELINES, PROCEDURES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

  • No spectator’s courtside. Parents and spectators are welcome to watch from their cars or simply pick-up and drop off. ***We may consider lifting this restriction if the situation regarding COVID-19 improves through the season and we believe we can have proper social distancing according to the guideline. set forth by the CDC.
  • Practices will be limited to (1) a week to avoid overcrowding on practice nights. No interactions team to team.
  • No team scrimmages with other teams during practices. Interaction should be with your team only.
  • Any participant experiencing symptoms of sickness will be prohibited from practices or games.
  • We will limit games to (1) referee and (1) scorekeeper and (1) coach per team and all will be required to wear face coverings when in proximity to players or other coaches.
  • Limit to only (1) coach per team on game days. Assistant coaches can participate in practices only.
  • Face coverings are not mandatory for athletes.
  • No shared/communal or team snacks or drinks.
  • Directors, players, coaches, and referees must adhere to the guidelines from the CDC, state and local authorities regarding potential state travel restrictions and stay-at-home orders, including return to state or county of residence.
  • Keep social distancing between teams in effect beyond the courts.
  • Teams, players, and coaches should refrain from handshakes, high fives, fist/elbow bumps, chest bumps, group celebrations, group prayers, etc.
  • Discontinue use of communal water coolers. Players should plan on bringing an individual water bottles. No shared water or food coolers.
  • Allow players to spread out when not in the games or involved in practice; no more than 3 players on a bench during games.
  • Parents should supply their athletes with antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer for hands during dead ball situations.
  • Scorer’s table and benches should be disinfected before and after games.
  • Coaches are responsible for ensuring social distancing is maintained between players as much as possible.
  • Players should have designated spots to place their personal items during practice and games.
  • The pre-game meeting at center court should be limited to one coach from each team plus the referee. No players at the center court meeting.
  • In the event of inclement weather--including but not limited to rain, lightning delays, etc.—players should return to their cars or social distance under coverings. Social and mass gathering guidelines must be maintained at all times.
  • Teams to play next should stay in their cars until the prior team has finished sanitizing and is completely off the courts.
  • All players, coaches, staff, and referees should practice social distancing of 6 ft. wherever possible, especially in common areas. Of course, this will not always apply to players while engaging in the sports activity.
  • Directors have the right to adjust the playing formats and increasing the amount of time between games, to minimize overlap and traffic flow where needed.
  • Follow all local and state guidelines for facilities and events.

Basketball Commitee Members


Michael Capri- Director of Basketball
michael@wcaasports.com

Darren Fraser- Assistant Director
darrenpfraser@yahoo.com

Committee Members
Bob Dorr
Chris Perez
Patrick Spellman
Ashley Webster

 

If you want to be apart of this league please contact us. Here's your chance to be apart in the development of the basketball program.

New Behavioral Policy

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New Behavioral Policy for Players, Coaches, and Spectators
Starting this season any actions or outburst, viewed or perceived to be anything less than good sportsmanship will result in an “Official Warning”. This warning will be announced, documented on the score sheet, and any infringement thereafter will result in a technical foul. A combination of an Official Warning and a technical foul received in a single game, by a single participant will result in an ejection in accordance with the code of conduct agreed upon during registration. Official Warnings will not result in Free Throws or loss of possession. This applies to players, coaches, and spectators alike. Traditional Technical fouls will still be in effect and handled as they always have been.

-WCAA Basketball Committee

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