Welcome to the West Bridgewater Youth Athletics Association (WBYAA) website! The WBYAA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization run by parent volunteers to provide an opportunity for the athletic participation for the youth of the community.
The WBYAA supports the following sports for girls and boys that are residents of West Bridgewater or participate in School Choice in West Bridgewater Public Schools:
Spring Soccer, Fall Soccer, Baseball, Softball, T Ball, and Basketball
The objective of the organization is to instill in the youth of West Bridgewater ideals of honesty, loyalty, confidence, self-respect and good sportsmanship so that they may be physically and morally better prepared to contribute constructively to their community. For more information on the WBYAA constitution, by laws, and team rules, please visit our document library. If you are interested in getting involved, please send an
with your interest.
For information regarding registration and sports calendars, please visit the about us page .
On Thursday, March 13th, at 6:30 pm, a group of Brockton hospital emergency room physicians will be coming to the Howard School cafeteria to offer an Athletic First Responder course for all WBYAA volunteers and parents at no cost to the participants. This one evening course will include instruction in sports related injury prevention, with an emphasis on concussion and head injury, sports safety, and bystander CPR and defibrillator (AED) use. This program was borne out of the desire of these physicians to markedly decrease the incidence of head injuries in youth sports, as well as, to educate volunteers to properly assess and prevent common sports related injuries in children. This is a special and unique program that we are very fortunate to have offered to us, and free of charge. We can only expect such an opportunity as this with a large turnout of participants as the demand for such a course is high throughout communities in southeastern mass.
Our goal each year in the WBYAA is to continually improve the overall experience of our participants, and to maintain the highest priority toward their safety and well-being. We hope you will take the time to participate in this first-responders course and help ensure that course like this can be offered in the future.
Baseball, Softball and T-Ball Registration is now open
Registration is now open for Baseball, Softball and T-Ball. Please avoid late fees by registering by March 7th. Residents of West Bridgewater and participants in West Bridgewater School Choice may register.
Help Spring come sooner by registering today! The season typically starts around the week of April vacation.
When registering, you may notice an increase of $20 across Baseball, Softball and TBall registration fees as compared to last year. Each year we conduct a calendar fundraiser to support the costs of running the program. This year each athlete will receive four calendars that is included in the cost of the registration. You may keep or sell the calendars and keep the proceeds of those four calendars. Additional calendars will be available to sell and awards will be given for those that sell the most.
Baseball questions, please contact Don Dunklee, Baseball Commissioner,
or cell (774) 274-2884