For the winter of 2017-2018, the Boston Warriors will be running a competitive basketball program for boys grade 1 to grade 4
We will try to make the game fun and enjoyable while stressing that basketball is a game of fundamentals. Fundamentals are the key to success. The Boston Warriors Mighty Mites Program give boys the opportunity to play actual games in an instructional setting. We will give boys the best of both worlds in each session. A certain percentage of every session will be skills, drill and fundamentals and the rest will be actual games. We will evaluate players at the first session. We encourage any level of play including beginners to join. We will try to dictate the level of instruction to the individual needs of the student. It’s never too early or late to learn.
Players will be placed in divisions by grade and skill level (as well as what is most beneficial to them)
**Some parents have asked about height of the basketball hoops for the program. We will be using regulation 10 foot hoops for this program. If your son cannot reach the 10 foot hoop, then we suggest to him wait until next winter to enroll in the program.
Head Boys Basketball Coach – Watertown High School
Coach Harrington has guided the Red Raiders to sixteen straight tournament appearances while compiling 278 wins. While at Watertown Coach Harrington has helped guide Watertown to 2 State Titles, 3 Emass Titles, 5 Sectional Titles, and 8 Sectional Finals. Coach Harrington was recognized at the Boston Globe’s Division III Coach of the Year for 2002-2003 and 2006-2007. He is regarded as one of the best coaches in the area and has spoken and worked at numerous camps around Eastern Mass.
Director Boston Warrior AAU Basketball, Founder Sudbury Travel Basketball
Coach Papas has developed one of the strongest AAU programs in the northeast. In 2016, the Boston Warriors had 14 teams qualify for the AAU National Championships. Coach Papas was also recently elected into the New England AAU Hall of Fame. His organization is considered one of the most talented and well organized AAU organization in New England. Mark has helped over 200 players to go on to play college basketball.
Associate Director of Boston Warriors AAU Basketball
Coach Cupid is a long standing coach of the Boston Warriors helping with the expansion and development of the program. He is recognized throughout New England as a passionate coach committed to the task of developing basketball players. His basketball coaching experience includes work at the Collegiate, Interscholastic and AAU level.
Head basketball coach – Central Catholic High School
Coach Walsh is the former head boys basketball at Danvers High School. While at Danvers Coach Walsh guided the team to three State Titles (2012, 2013 and 2015) He has been named Boston Globe Coach of the Year (2012 and 2015) as well as Northeast Coach of the year (2012, 2013, 2015). He is bringing a wealth of knowledge, and enthusiasm to the program.
Head Boys’ Basketball Coach – Stoneham High School
Coach Bakeman just finished his second season at Stoneham High School after 7 successful season at The Austin Preparatory School. The Stoneham Spartans qualified for the State Tournament once again after a quality regular season with signature wins versus Reading and Woburn. His team’s pride themselves on being prepared, playing with discipline, and fighting until the very end. He has worked and spoken at numerous camps and clinics around Eastern Massachusetts.
The Belmont Hill School, 350 Prospect Street in Belmont
Dates: Sundays 12/3, 12/17, 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/11 & 2/18
Times: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Cost: $249 including reversible “Boston Warriors” jersey
Space is limited to 40 players. We expect to sell out quickly!