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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!

THE COMPLETE PLAYER

  • 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.

YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR ALTITUDE!


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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