Coach Henry Ferrarin of the Greenwich Stars Basketball Organization is a 3 Time Competitor on the hit NBC TV show: “American Ninja Warrior”…..he’s also a National Championship Winning Coach for the Greenwich Stars (Greenwich, CT). In 2018, Coach Henry led his 10U Boys Blue Basketball team to the 2018 Zero Gravity National Championship in Boston. Henry is the Greenwich Stars’ Senior Basketball Director and Senior Coach (see the attached photo of Henry working out and getting ready for his next “Njna Warrior Event”). He’s led the Greenwich Stars coaching staff for 8 years. Henry has won more League Championships and Tournaments than any other coach in the region.
PLAY SPRING BASKETBALL: The Greenwich Stars Spring AAU Tournament Basketball teams are for boys and girls ages 6-16. We have 2-4 teams per age. Players are welcome from all towns. The Spring season is from: March 25 – June 9. Professional Coaches: No Parent Coaches. No Politics. The Greenwich Stars are 3 Time Winners of the Zero Gravity National Basketball Championships.
Boys: Ages 6-14. Please call for a Free Tryout.
Girls Ages 9-14: Please call for a Free Tryout
Boys (High School Age) Free Tryouts: Monday, February 25: 5:30PM – 6:30PM. At Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Avenue, Greenwich, CT.
Boys (High School Age) Free Tryouts: Wednesday, February 27: 6:30PM – 7:30PM. At Carmel Academy, 270 Lake Avenue, Greenwich, CT.
** Spring AAU Tournament Teams: Games are on Saturdays/Sunday in the Spring. Local Games. Little Traveling. 2 Practices a week. Tournaments are on 1/2 the Spring weekends – leaving you time to do other activities on many Spring weekends. Your child can play in the famous Spooky Nook Tournament (at the world’s largest indoor sports facility). Your child will also have the opportunity to play in the Zero Gravity National Basketball Championships in Boston.
The Greenwich Stars have 2 great locations: Carmel Academy (Greenwich, CT) and The Solomon Schechter School (Hartsdale, NY). The Greenwich Stars’ players are from 38 towns in New York and Connecticut and are the largest and most successful basketball organization in the region.