Welcome to the home of the Vermont Sting, an AAU Basketball Program located in Central Vermont. The 2011 AAU season will be the 4th season for the Vermont Sting, which was created for the advancement of girls and boys competitive basketball and skill development. 2008 was the Vermont Stings inagural season with nine teams and over 95 players from Barre, Bethel, Montpelier, Stowe, , Sharon, Northfield, Plainfield, and Williamstown. The Sting Program included 6 boys teams and 3 girls teams.
The Vermont Sting strives to provide our athletes the opportunity to develop confidence, poise, self control, self esteem and discipline. Our focus is on teaching fundamentals, physical conditioning, team play and having fun.
Our mission is to encourage young ladies and gentlemen to strive for excellence in their endeavors as athletes. To provide financial and educational assistance and support to our athletes. To stimulate community interest and support for girls and boys basketball. To encourage personal growth, team play, and social enjoyment among participants.
Our season begins March 2011 and will continue until May 2011 unless otherwise stated. All Sting teams practice twice a week and will play in at least 4 tournaments during the 2011 season. The Sting will hold its first AAU tournament on the weekend of March 28th & 29th 2009. Practice facilities will vary from month to month. At this point the Sting will practice primarily in Barre. Other practice facilities will include Vermont Technical College, Berlin Elementary School, St. Monica School, Montpelier High/Middle School and Williamstown High School(Barre).