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Your tax-deductible donations will help Denville PAL save the Valleyview

sports programs that were lost in the defeat of the school budget.   Thank You!

For more info:  www.DenvillePALsports.com  or e-mail Fritz Mott @ Fkbbmott@aol.com    

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DENVILLE STREET BALL CLASSIC A SLAM DUNK! 

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Handout: Basketball Camps & Events

Denville Demons 5th Girls
Monday, June 14
Denville Demons win Garden State Basketball League Title

The Denville PAL Demons 5th-grade travel girls basketball team won the playoff championship of the Garden State Basketball League on Monday, March 22, with a 25-24 overtime victory over Madison at Madison Middle School in Madison. The Demons, front row, left to right: Romina Dichio, Amanda Mahn, Caroline O'Boyle and Emily Blum; middle row: Ajoke Adetula, Shefali Kumar, Jenna Racaniello, Kaylie Slomkowski, Cynthia Vuong, Lia Mennella and Tori Colledge; back row: head coach Kevin Mahn and assistant coach Vinny Mennella. Please see story on the "5th-Grade Girls" Page under the "Denville PAL

Check Presentation
Wednesday, October 28
Denville PAL Helps Save Valleyview Basketball Program

Denville PAL and a group of athletes from Valleyview Middle School presented the Denville Board of Education with checks of $16,484 and $7,820 respectively to save the school's basketball and wrestling programs Monday night.  The rescue of the sports teams comes after many months of fund raising and continuing efforts to restore the extracurriculars from school budget defeat last spring.
Pictured at the school board meeting are (L-R):  Danny Bias, School Board President Seth Johnson, Matt Stark, Denville PAL Officer Paul Nigro, PAL basketball's Fritz Mott, Brianna Mott, Giulia Vitolo, Lexie Boller, Lexi Finn and Giaci Vitolo.  Many Valleyview kids and their parents worked long and hard through the summer to raise money with basketball tournaments, dunk tanks, 50/50's, auctions and t-shirt sales, as well as many kind donations from the community.  Other fund raisers are planned for this winter.
Denville PAL and concerned parents had previously saved Valleyview's Cheerleading and Cross Country programs in September.  In a fitting triumph, the Valleyview Girls Cross Country team placed first in the Morris County Championships last weekend. 
If you'd like to learn how to help support the school district's extracurricular programs, please visit www.DenvilleKids.org.


Wednesday, August 5
Lakeland League 6th Grade Champs!



Willie Pauls
Friday, March 13
Denville PAL Basketball News - 3.07.09

6th Grade Boys Advance to Finals - Sunday @ 11am @ Morris Hills

Lexi Finn
Friday, March 6
Denville PAL Basketball News - 2/28/09

Denville Demons Girls 5/6th Win Title - click link for more.

Saturday, January 17
Denville PAL Basketball News - 1/17/09

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Wednesday, February 4
Denville PAL Basketball News - 2/4/09

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Sydney Bliss battles for a loose ball
Thursday, February 19
Denville PAL Basketball News - 2/14/09

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Want to be a Referee?

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Referee & Statistician Clinics for Denville PAL Basketball  (Click Handouts)
Are you interested in making extra money refereeing a sport you love? Denville PAL Basketball will be holding referee and statistician clinics in October to help get you ready for another exciting season. Clinics are open to boys and girls ages 13+ or adults. Pay is commensurate with experience and performance ($7-$15 per game.) Attendance at a clinic does not guarantee employment but is required for anyone interested in becoming a referee.