HYCC Summer High School Sports Leagues & Hockey Skills Clinics

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Championship girls' hockey team at Hyannis Youth and Community Center (HYCC photo)

The popular High School Summer Sports Leagues at the HYCC are shaping into form with some exciting teams that will represent every corner of the Cape and beyond!  Athletes will again converge in Hyannis on week nights to compete in boys and girls basketball and hockey leagues as well girls volleyball in various divisions made up of different age groups and skill levels. 


BASKETBALL – Boys teams will play Tuesday and Thursday evenings and girls teams will play Wednesday and Thursday evenings from June 26 – August 9 in a six week league with two divisions (large and small schools).  The top four teams in each division will advance during the last week for a play off season, culminating in divisional championship games.  The fee includes free entry to high school open gym during the season for players to practice, game shirts, officials, as well as championship trophy and shirts for the winning team in each division.  Registration deadline is June 1st and details are available by contacting Mark Boardley, Youth Center Manager at 508.790.6345 x116 or [email protected].


HOCKEY – Cape Cod Summer Hockeyfest is again offering a league with boys and girls divisions and a co-ed no-checking skill development junior high school division during an eight week program from June 25 – August 22 (no games during the week of July 1-7).  Boys and junior high school teams will play on Monday nights and girls teams will play on Tuesday nights with Championship games during the final week.  All players must be members of USA Hockey.  No Walk-ons.  Fee includes team jersey, officials and ice time.  An Offense/Defense Skills Clinic for Squirts and Peewees will take place on Tuesday nights from 7:00-7:50 PM July 10-August 21 and a Wednesday night skills clinic will take place with Mites starting at 6:00 PM, followed by Squirts and Peewees at 7:00 PM.  Registration and details are available by contacting [email protected] or visit http://ccshockeyfest.tripod.com  


VOLLEYBALL – Open to all girls wo are on a high school team, this six week, 12-game regular season followed by two weeks of play-offs and a championship game is split into two divisions, Varsity and JV.  Matches are held on Monday nights from June 25 – August 13 from 6-9PM.  The fee includes free entry to high school open gym volleyball during the season for players to practice, team shirts, championship shirts and trophy for the winners in each division.  Participants are expected to officiate games as well with assignments for upper and lower officials, line judges and scorer which will be clearly marked on the schedule distributed at the beginning of the season.  Registration deadline is June 1st and details are available by contacting Mark Boardley, Youth Center Manager at 508.790.6345 x116 or [email protected].


If you have a team you would like to submit, or if you are an individual player that would like to be added to a team roster, please visit www.townofbarnstable.us/HYCCNet/summerhockyclinics.aspx for more information about who to contact; or you can always call us at 508-790-6345.  Admission to the games is free and spectators are always welcome!  Play-offs and Championship games at the end of the summer are always exciting!


The Hyannis Youth & Community Center is owned and operated by the Town of Barnstable.  Be sure and check www.townofbarnstable.us/hycc and look for us @CapeCodHYCC on Facebook and Twitter for updates and all the latest news!


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