Boys Travel/Feeder Basketball Program
DUPAGE YOUTH TRAVEL BASKETBALL LEAGUE (DYTBL)
Wheaton Park District participates in the DuPage Youth Travel Basketball League, a competitive high school feeder and park district affiliate travel basketball program. This program emphasize a higher level of competitiveness. Because this is a competitive travel basketball program, playing time is not guaranteed. Player progress during the season is strongly affected by player attendance, therefore, all practices and games have mandatory attendance. If everyone is on the same page, the team will be successful. This program is designed to help players progress as a player and as a person. The goal of this program is athletic development, safety, having fun, and honest competition.
Teams will practice twice a week for 1 hour and 30 minutes each practice. Depending on the age level, teams will play between 25-40 games during a season. Teams will play home and away games, and participate in leagues and tournaments. Games and tournaments are usually on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Some teams will have the occasional game during the week.
Grades: 4-5 (Wheaton Vipers)
This program is offered to players in 4th-5th graders who are interested in playing basketball at a higher level. The season begins in October and runs until the beginning of March. This is a traveling program and playing time is not guaranteed. When paying the initial fee in order to tryout, you are acknowledging that you read and fully understand the waiver and release information, its importance, warning of risk and waiver, and release the Wheaton Park District of all claims for the entire season from October-March.
Boy’s Feeder Basketball, Grades 6-8 (Wheaton North & Wheaton-Warrenville South H. S.)
This program features 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teams per high school (Wheaton North and Wheaton Warrenville South) and emphasizes a higher level of competitiveness. Participants living north of Roosevelt Road make up the north teams, and participants living south of Roosevelt Road comprise the south teams. If you know that you’re not attending either high school, you do not qualify for this program as this is a feeder program for each school. This is a traveling program and playing time is not guaranteed. The season runs from October until end of March. When paying the initial fee in order to tryout, you are acknowledging that you have read and fully understand the waiver and release information, its importance, warning of risk and waiver, and release the Wheaton Park District of all claims for the entire season from October until the middle of March.
We are fortunate to have very knowledgeable volunteer coaches, we appreciate the time they donate to help with the program. By these coaches volunteering, we are able to keep the cost of the program down, passing on the savings to our program participants. The coaches help players develop their individual skills while focusing on the team as a whole. Every minute of practice time is valuable, so we ask parents to approach coaches before or after practice with questions, not during. Practices are open and parents are encouraged to attend. We ask that parents let the coaches do the coaching and avoid coaching from the sidelines.
Note: This program does not conflict with Middle School Basketball teams.
Interested in supporting youth basketball? Please contact Mark Dolphin, Wheaton Park District Athletic Manager at 630-690-4880 or email@example.com
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1777 S Blanchard St
Wheaton, IL 60189
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In accordance with the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act [325 ILCS 5/4], volunteers are required to report or cause a report to be made to the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-25-ABUSE (1-800-252-2873) whenever there is reasonable cause to believe that a child known to that volunteer in their professional or official capacity may be abused or neglected.