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Basketball Trophies

Board 10 Sportsmanship Awards

Every year, Board 10 recognizes exceptional leaders from the schools we service.  These prestigious awards are given to individuals who have made significant contributions to the game of basketball, demonstrating outstanding leadership, sportsmanship, and dedication.  If you would like to nominate someone please contact your district represenative.

Athletic Director Award Winner 
Anthony Vitelli - Joseph Foran HS

Athletic directors nominated for this award have gone above and beyond to create a positive and respectful environment for officials. They understand the important role that officials play in the game and recognize the need to treat them with the utmost professionalism and respect.

Head Coaching Award Winners 
Tim Kohs - Mercy - Girls                  
Jamie Anderson - Johnathan Law - Boys 

These winners have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to fostering a positive, respectful relationship with officials. They understand that officials play a critical role in the sport. As such, they have gone above and beyond to develop professional and collaborative relationships with officials, treating them with the utmost respect and courtesy.

JV Coaching Award Winners
Ellery Riccio and Chris Guandalini - Branford Girls   Mathew Maisto - Wolcott - Boys 

In many ways, coaches at the junior varsity level are the most important coaches in high school basketball when it comes to officiating.   Junior varsity coaches are instrumental in the development of young officials. These award winners understand that officiating is a critical component of high school sports and that officials play a crucial role in maintaining fair play but also need time to learn and develop.  As such, they go above and beyond to create a positive, supportive, and collaborative environment that allows young officials to learn and grow.  By creating a positive  environment, these coaches are not only helping young officials develop their skills, but they are also contributing to the overall success of high school basketball and it's future.

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