Summer Events

Register for Westford Academy Boys' Basketball's

2021 Summer Sizzler Clinic

Westford Academy Boys' Basketball Head Coach Chris Bramanti, and members of the Westford Academy Boys' Basketball program will host three weeks of clinics this summer.  The SUMMER SIZZLER CLINIC will be four days a week, two hour per day outside at Stony Brook Middle School. Your son can attend one, two, or all three weeks of our clinic.

We will use fun ways to teach players specific skills and drills to learn the game of basketball or improve upon individual shooting skills.  This program is designed for boys entering grades 2-9 who wish to have fun learning the game of basketball and/or begin training for summer and fall leagues through a series of competitive and challenging drills.  These drills will enhance individual and team skills. Special drills for conditioning, ball handling, and shooting will be demonstrated and rehearsed throughout this clinic.


Summer Sizzler Clinic Overview


  • Three weeks:
    Week I: June 22-25 
    Week II: June 28-July 1 
    Week III: July 12-15

  • Four days each week (Monday-Thursday)

  • Maximum of 40-50 kids per session - 10 kids per basket / workout area (this could change)

  • Allows for Friday to be makeup day (Weeks II and III) in case of rain. Week I TBD.

  • 2.0 hours per session

  • Rising Grades 2, 3, 4, and 5 from 8:00am-10:00am

  • Rising Grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 from 10:00am-12:00pm

  • Players can participate one, two weeks, or all three weeks


Cost Breakdown:

  • $120 for one week

  • $230 for two weeks

  • $300 for three weeks

  • Checks payable to WA Boys’ Basketball


Register for the 29th Annual 

4 on 4 Summer Basketball League


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Westford’s 4-on-4 Summer League was founded in 1993 by legendary Westford Academy Boys Varsity Coach Ed Scollan to help foster and develop individual skills. Currently, this program is run by Westford Varsity Boys’ Head Coach Christopher Bramanti with the help of local high school students.

The premise of the league is that with only four players on the court at a time, each player will be more involved and active in the game. Each player will learn more individual basketball moves, will learn to move without the ball, cut, set screens, shoot, rebound, and play individual and team defense – all without having to worry about following additional instructions from a coach. Games are refereed by local high school students, which allows these local youths in the area to give back to the community.

No parents, adults, or older siblings are allowed to coach or sit/stand by the team bench. The players coach themselves. Through this, they learn to truly be a part of a team, make basketball decisions as a group, take responsibility for their play and their teammates’ play, and learn how to make mistakes and recover from them as individuals and as a team.

The 29th Annual 4-on-4 Summer League

  • Boys and Girls teams

  • 9 or 10 players per team, depending on sign-ups.

  • Teams balanced based on grade level and ability

  • Players must CURRENTLY be in grades 1-8.

  • Divisions for current: 7th/8th Graders (NBA/WNBA); 5th/6th Graders (G-League); and 3rd/4th Graders (NCAA).

  • Grades 1 and 2 will have a 20 minute skill session, followed by a 40 minute game. This will be monitored a bit more closely by our staff.

  • Two games per week (Tuesdays and Thursdays), with games times starting either at 5, 6, 7, or 8 pm.

  • Season runs from Tuesday, June 15th to Thursday, July 22nd

  • The season concludes with the 4v4 Madness tournament on July 22nd.

  • All games will have a referee to keep everything organized and to help substitutions.

  • Teams will be organized to create parity and adjusted based on ability level. 

  • Games are two 24 minute halves with automatic subs every 4 minutes.  Everyone plays an equal amount.

  • All players receive a 4 on 4 shirt

  • Cost: $125.00