Since 2000, the VBCA has now given out nearly $80,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors with high academic records and who “Make Basketball Better.”

To donate or sponsor, contact info@vbca.info or call Dave Fredrickson directly at 802-442-8075

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Girls & Boys Team Camp - July 17-18-19, Lyndon State College & Lyndon Institute
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International Colonials Planning Summer 2015 New England Tour

Each summer, our International Colonials basketball team brings together 11 high school age players from 11 countries for a three-week basketball tour of New England. These players come highly recommended to us by their school and club coaches overseas.

For more than a decade, these unique teams have had the pleasure of visiting and playing in Vermont where they have experienced great basketball and outstanding hospitality. We are currently planning our 2015 tour and we are looking for new contacts in Vermont for a late June, early July visit. Please note that family hosting for our 11 players and our young English coach is an essential requirement as family hosting has been a hallmark of our program since its inception.

Our New England Colonials International Basketball Club was founded in 1980 and is a nonprofit, volunteer-run program that has as its central purpose the support and encouragement of international friendship and understanding between New England student-athletes and their peers around the world. Hosting our International Colonials team is a great way to provide an outstanding basketball and cultural experience for your players and their families.

For additional information or to discuss welcoming the 2015 International Colonials to your town this summer, please contact Peter Boyle at 802-236-7686 or peteboyle@comcast.net or Scott Bryson at 508-734-5660 or at necolonials@aol.com. Interested coaches may learn more about the Colonials' program online at the team’s website located at www.NewEnglandColonials.net.

The Green Mountain Upset is an inspiring look at the Middlebury Union High School basketball team that came out of nowhere, to beat the Henry Bruce Dalrymple led two-time defending champions, and win the 1983 Vermont Division 1 Boys State Title.

This was a huge story back in the day. The Championship Team, former UVM Coach Tom Brennan, legendary WCAX sportscaster Tony Adams, former UVM Athletic Director Rick Farnham, Vermont basketball legend Henry Bruce Dalrymple, former St. Johnsbury Academy Coach Layne Higgs, former Burlington Free Press Sportswriter Andy Gardiner and more are included in the film.

DVD copies of film are available for sale, at Forth n Goal in Middlebury, VT, by ordering online or walking into the store.
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Trailer: https://vimeo.com/neonichestrategies/review/120392788/6d6f2c08b1