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Our 5/6 Girls and Boys teams and our 3/4 Boys team all at the Bourne Cape Cod Tournament!Lenox 3/4 Boys Travel won the Bourne Cape Cod Tournament this past weekend! <br>Our 1st and 2nd Grade Boys playing on the big court at half time of our boys high school game against PHS!  The score was 2-0Our 1st and 2nd Grade Boys playing on the big court at half time of our boys high school game against PHS!  The score was 2-0Our 1st and 2nd Grade Boys playing on the big court at half time of our boys high school game against PHS!  The score was 2-0Our 1st and 2nd Grade Boys playing on the big court at half time of our boys high school game against PHS!  The score was 2-0One of our players from our 5th and 6th boys travel team holding the runner up trophy from the CYC Tournament!7th and 8th grade girls travel CYC Tournament Runner Ups! <br>5th and 6th Grade Girls Travel CYC Tournament Champions!!Our 5th and 6th Grade Girls Travel practicing with our Lady Millionaires!! Thanks so much Coaches and varsity girls!
2016-2017 Registration

Please go on our website lenoxyouthbball.org after October 3rd to sign up your child within the age range of Kindergarten through 8th grade! If you are unable to sign up on our website please come to our sign up October 5th at the Lenox Community Center from 4:30pm to 6:00pm.  Questions: e-mail us at or call Ellie Sorrentino at (413) 464-1878 DEADLINE OCTOBER 28th!

We offer house league $50 per player

We offer travel league $75 per player starting in 3rd grade!

We have family discounts available for house league! We also have sponsorship options available!



Do you want to coach or sponsor a team? 

Go under the teams tab to fill out the application! 


by posted 10/03/2016


  • The complete player understands that academics are a first priority. Maximum effort in the classroom is expected at all times.
  • POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE is the foundation of a complete player.
  • The complete player believes that hard work and full intensity are the tools to development and the foundation to becoming a complete player.
  • The TEAM comes first: the complete player is willing to sacrifice for the benefit of the team.
  • The complete player develops the ability to rebound, pass, play defense, shoot and play within the team concept, maximizing his/her individual skills to contribute to the team concept and never disrupts the team concept.
  • The complete player understands the complete game (i.e. rebounding, screening, passing, defense, etc.) and understands how he/she fits in the team picture.
  • The complete player works to be focused mentally at all times.
  • The complete player continually sets goals for improvement. The complete player wants to improve in all facets of the game and works diligently to attain the goal.
  • The complete player is responsible: he/she deals with setbacks in a positive manner. When she plays poorly or looses, she examines her game, does not blame others and works to improve.
  • The complete player is receptive to coaching and understands that coaches’ criticisms are support for the players.
  • The complete player is an intelligent player. He/She understands the whole game and uses his/her intelligence to help the team.
  • The complete player is loyal to his/her coaches and teammates. He/She understands that commitment to the team is the highest priority.
  • The complete player competes with character.


posted 11/30/2014

While board members are volunteering a day of their time to monitor the Morris gym during house league all parents and players are asked to observe the following rules:

General Rules

  • Coaches’ of each team need to bring their basketballs for each game.
  • No basketballs are allowed to be bounced in the hallways
  • All children must be supervised at all times
  • Children are not allowed to play in the hallway.
  • Coaches’ need to make sure that all players get picked up after practices and games.
  • If school is cancelled because of weather then all practices that day will be cancelled.
  • No shirts vs. skins all players must wear a shirt at all times.
  • No one is allowed under the bleachers.
  • No climbing the bleachers when they are closed.
  • Treat the bathrooms (and the rest of the school) with respect.
  • Games need to start and end on time so we can stay on schedule.
  • Respect coaches' and referee's decisions and calls.
  • Fans and players should be positive and respectful.

Gym Monitor Duties

  • Unlock gym, open bleachers, set-up score board.
  • Monitor kids in hallways, bathrooms, and keep them out from under the bleachers.
  • Hand-off scorebook to a keeper for each game.
  • Support referees and coaches when needed.
  • Keep games on schedule.
  • Clean up all trash in bleachers and take out the trash.
  • Do a bathroom check last thing check all toilets.
  • Breakdown scoreboard, close bleachers, lock gym.


by LeagueAthletics.com posted 11/30/2014
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