Lake Erie Basketball: Welcome

Tuesday, October 18
Welcome to the

Lake Erie Basketball League 

Champions History

(LEBL Founded 1997)


The 5th Grade Boys schedule has been updated! (12/1/2016)  Please see the link below or in the "Links" section.

Link to the LEBL schedule on the Exposure website: (direct link found in "Links" section).

After all the bumps and bruises, we are off to a very good opening weekend!  Our #1 goal is to provide a great experience in basketball.  Your communication is vital to our success.  We will do everything we can to insure that goal is met. 

During the winter break we will be rescheduling the 6th grade girls and 4th grade boys to align teams in a way to have more consistent play in games.  We feel this will help the overall experience.  

SCORE REPORTING - All winning coaches should enter game scores on the Exposure website per instructions in my email on 11/27/2016.  We will use the exposure basketball website for the remainder of the season.

If you have any issues please call (440-387-6439) or email ( me immediately.

Thanks for your support,


2015-16 Champions

6th Grade Boys A - Amherst Comets

6th Grade Boys B - Fairview Park Warriors

6th Grade Girls A - Westlake Demons

5th Grade Boys A - Copley

5th Grade Boys B - Keystone Kats

5th Grade Girls - Olmsted Falls (Urban)

4th Grade Boys A - Brecksville Bees 

4th Grade Boys B - Rocky River Pirates

4th Grade Girls -  Rocky River Pirates

3rd Grade Boys -  Avon Lake 


2016-17 Tournaments: 

** Amherst Tip Off - Nov 2016 - Registration found in the "Handouts" section

** Westlake Holiday Hoopla - Dec 2016

**  The Rock - Feb 2017


The Lake Erie Basketball League is a developmental travel basketball league for community-based teams of third (boys), fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys and girls. For the 2015-2016 season, there are 103 teams in the various divisions, representing the suburbs of Cleveland. Each team plays 12 regular season games, and there is a post-season league tournament. The LEBL was founded in 1997 by Gretchen Jones to give younger players an opportunity to play competitive basketball against talented players from other communities in a league setting. The League emphasizes individual and team fundamentals. To encourage the development of ball handling and court skills, zone defenses are not allowed at the third thru fifth grade levels. Poor sportsmanship by players, coaches, or spectators is never tolerated


Contact Kevin McNamara with any questions at: