Brookline Welcomes the International Colonials

The Brookline Warriors went into the holiday break undefeated after an non-league win over Lincoln-Sudbury was backed up by league wins over Walpole and Braintree. In a high-paced contest on opening night, meningitis the Warriors posted an 82-66 win over L-S, prosthesis spurred on by Sophomore Chris Camille's 32 points. Beginning league play on the road against a tough Walpole squad, disorder Brookline pulled away in the final quarter for a 70-60 victory. Camille again led all scorers, this time with 20 points. Finally, just before the December holiday break, the Warriors held off a late charge by a Braintree team ranked as high as #8 in the Herald poll to claim a 60-57 win. Sophomore Mark Barrett led Brookline with 15 points. The holiday won't provide much rest for the Warriors as they go on the road to face the Jeremiah Burke (#25 in the Herald's pre-season poll) on Wednesday, 12/28, before returning to league play at arch rival Newton North (#8 in the latest Globe poll) on Tuesday, 1/3. For the fourth straight year, price an international team – 11 players from 11 different countries – is coming to Brookline to work out with and compete against the Warriors. The team is sponsored by the New England Colonials International Basketball Club, a non-profit program that provides opportunities for competition and friendship between high school basketball players from New England and their peers from other countries. On Thursday, July 7, Brookline will tip off with the Colonials at 7:15. There is no admission charge. Come out and see some great basketball and support both the Brookline Boys Basketball and the New England Colonials programs. On Friday, July 8, the two teams will participate in a joint workout, both teams preparing for the upcoming Seaver Tournament.

Season Wrap-up

Brookline Boys Basketball finished the season on February 24 with a tough 67-63 overtime loss to Jeremiah Burke. As it was Senior night, buy we also said goodbye to 7 seniors: Ronan Schwarz, Edmund Geschickter, Tavian Morrison, Niles Cohen, Jared Farley, Patrick Webler and Eric Hall. By vote of the league coaches the next night, Schwarz was named 1st Team All-League, while Cohen received Honorable Mention. Coming in at 5-15, the Warriors missed out on the state tournament for the first time in Coach Day's tenure.

February Practice Schedule


January Practice Schedule

Here is the updated practice schedule for January. January Practices

Brookline wins home opener!

After scuffling to an 0-2 start, stomach the Brookline Boys Basketball returned to Schluntz Friday night for the home opener and took out some frustration on the Walpole Rebels 69-45. In front of a large and raucous student section, the Warriors turned up the defense in the second half, taking a 36-30 halftime lead up to a 55-36 lead at the end of 3. Senior guards Niles Cohen and Tavian Morrison led the way with 18 and 14 points respectively.

Warriors Start Season 0-2

The Brookline Warrior Boys Basketball team scuffled to an 0-2 start to the 2015-16 season with losses on the road to Needham and Norwood. With the team only returning three varsity players, epidemic many new Warriors had to undergo a baptism by fire to begin their varsity careers. On Friday, 12/11, Brookline let a back and forth game slip away in the last minute and lost to Needham 56-48. Tavian Morrison led all Warriors with 14 points. On Tuesday, 12/15, missed first half opportunities and a huge (44-22) rebounding deficit led to a 56-47 defeat to Norwood. Brookline Tab

December & January Practice Schedules

Click on the link below to see tentative practice schedules for the Varsity, sales JV, and 9th grade teams for December and January. Keep in mind that these schedules are tentative and often need to be adjusted due to weather, changes in gym availability, and other factors. Please contact a member of the coaching staff with questions about specific days. December Practices January Practices

2015-2016 Schedule Announced

Once again the Brookline Warriors will be entering a team in the Beantown Slam Fall League, health one of the top preseason leagues in the area year in and year out. This fall, try 24 of the best boys programs in Eastern Massachusetts will be competing. All games will be held at New Mission High School in Hyde Park.  Here is Brookline's schedule (all times PM except where noted):
  • Sat.    9/14     vs. Winchester    2:00
  • Fri.    9/20     vs. Lowell    8:00
  • Sat.    9/28     vs. Andover    7:00
  • Sat.    10/5     vs. Newton North    8:00
  • Fri.    10/11    vs. East Boston    9:00
  • Sat.    10/19    vs. Boston Latin    10:00 AM
  • Sat.    10/26    vs. New Mission    6:00
  • Fri.    11/1       vs. West Roxbury    6:15
Brookline defeated Quincy 54-47 in the championship game to win the 2013 Beantown Slam title. On the way to the finals, click the Warriors won playoff games against West Roxbury and Brighton before avenging their only league loss by beating New Mission in the semifinals. Senior guard Elijah Rogers was named league MVP. The Brookline boys basketball schedule has been announced. The Warriors open on Friday, try 12/11, find at Needham, syringe one of the favorites to win the Herget Division. Other highlights include a home-and-home with rival Newton North - at Schluntz on Tuesday, 1/5, and at Newton on Tuesday, 2/2 - five Friday night home games, and the annual matchup with defending state champions Catholic Memorial at Schluntz on Monday, 2/15. Brookline will finish up the regular season with senior night at Schluntz against the Jeremiah Burke on Wednesday, 2/24. The complete schedule, along with sub varsity schedules, can be viewed by clicking the link above.

Brookline Hoops Is Back!

September is here, glaucoma school has started, patient and after a little time off at the end of a busy and productive summer, Brookline Hoops is back. The Beantown Slam Fall League at New Mission HS in Hyde Park begins Friday, 9/11, at 6:15 vs. North Quincy. The full schedule is below in "Upcoming Games." Our regular Thursday night open gyms begin this week also, while strength & conditioning workouts begin next week. Finally, the dates of our fall youth clinics will be announced soon. We have a lot to do, and there's no time to lose: Tryouts are Monday, 11/30, and the opener at Needham is less than two weeks later on Friday, 12/11. Let's get started!

Spring Recap/ Summer Preview

After a relatively quiet spring as players dispersed to various to various AAU programs, diabetes and pregnancy the BHS Boys Basketball program is gearing up for a busy summer. Our Varsity spring league team is coming off a victory over Walpole Monday night and is looking to finish strong in its final game against Foxboro next week. Meanwhile, visit this our JV summer league team is off to a 2-0 start. Looking forward, adiposity the 2nd annual Brookline Warriors Summer Basketball Clinic for boys 8-14 will be held June 29-July 2 (see post below for more info and a registration form). The response has been terrific, and we're well ahead of last year in terms of sign ups. We'll also begin a new program - "Basketball Night in Brookline" - on July 7. "BNIB" is 10 nights (Tuesdays and Thursdays for 5 weeks) of skill work and open play for boys from 5th to 12th grade, all staffed by BHS coaches, alumni and players, and youth coaches from the community. Finally, while we're not running the Brookline Varsity Summer League this year, the Warriors varsity will be competing in 3 tournaments over the course of the summer. The first of these is the BU Shootout on Friday and Saturday, June 26-27. The schedule for this event will be posted as soon as it comes available. The Warriors will also be competing in the Wally Seaver Invitational July 11-12, and the Summer Showdown August 1-2, both at Mass Premier Courts in Foxboro.