Office Closure Announcement

In accordance with the Governors of Minnesota & Wisconsin and their Executive Orders, the Minnesota Youth Athletic Services(MYAS)/Wisconsin Sports Services (WSS)/Trusted Coaches offices will remain closed in order to support the efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

The members of the MYAS/WSS/Trusted Coaches staff, have been successfully working remotely for the past two weeks and are available to assist you as needed. All staff have been and will continue to monitor their emails throughout this office closure.

Please refer to the staff directory portion of each website: MYAS  -  WSS

While we have closed our businesses to the general public, we remain ready to provide you quality customer service, assist and answer any questions that you may have.

Our organization will be determining status of suspended and cancelled events on Monday, March 30, 2020. More information will be communicated to those participants/teams during the week of April 6th.

Please continue to follow heed of the guidelines and recommendations that are available from the CDC and the state agencies about COVID-19 in order to keep you and your family safe at this time. #stayhomemn  #SaferAtHome 

Minnesota Youth Athletics Services


How I made my DREAM basketball team

In many ways, Camden Haaland is a normal high school junior, a student-athlete focused on balancing academics, giving back, and his love for sports. However, a deeper look shows that he’s a standout. Cam pursues a challenging course load at Minnetonka High School, plays in his high school’s baseball program, and volunteers with the Backpack Tutoring program through Minnetonka Public Schools – which pairs tutors with at-risk youth at Folwell grade school in Minneapolis. But it’s how he and his friends have managed to pursue and grow their love for basketball, despite not playing for their high school program, that has earned him this spotlight.

Two years ago as Cam entered his freshman year, he forwent the traditional basketball route (in favor of the aforementioned pursuits), and instead sought out other less demanding playing options. After forming a team and getting started in his school’s intramural basketball league, Cam and his teammates were still yearning for better competition and more games – something between the high-level and time demanding experience of the high school teams and the basic recreational offering they were currently participating in. Through a little bit of research they discovered the MYAS Winter Shootouts.

Remember when we mentioned Cam was a standout? Well he recently created a step-by-step video on how he and his team, now juniors, utilized the immediate opportunities presented to them and used their resources to grow their experience to meet their needs. His video covers everything from the basic financial considerations of having a team to registering for an upcoming Winter Shootout. Cam hopes that this video will help other players and families benefit from their experience and the opportunity that MYAS provides – a solid middle road playing option that often gets overshadowed by the “all or nothing” offerings that tend to dominate the youth sports landscape. As one of his teammates stated, “I found my love of basketball again.”

MYAS is proud to support community-based programming for players of all ages and skill levels.

Youth Sports Done Right