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Boys Varsity Basketball

Date Time Event Location More Info Results
05:15 PM
vs Covenant Christian Academy    
05:15 PM
vs Portsmouth Abbey    
05:00 PM
@ Hebron Academy    
01:00 PM
@ Brewster Academy    
05:15 PM
vs Pingree School    
05:15 PM
@ Lexington Christian Academy    
05:30 PM
@ The Cambridge School of Weston    
04:45 PM
vs Boston Trinity Academy    
05:15 PM
vs Beaver Country Day School    
04:00 PM
@ Concord Academy    
05:30 PM
vs Bancroft School    
05:15 PM
vs DexterSouthfield School    
04:00 PM
@ Buckingham Browne and Nichols    
04:30 PM
@ Berwick Academy    
05:30 PM
@ Bancroft School    
05:15 PM
vs Lexington Christian Academy    
04:00 PM
@ Gann Academy/New Jewish High School    
03:30 PM
vs Brewster Academy    
05:30 PM
@ Pingree School    
04:30 PM
@ Portsmouth Abbey    
05:15 PM
vs Berwick Academy    
05:15 PM
vs Concord Academy    
05:30 PM
vs Covenant Christian Academy    

Here at Landmark, we pride ourselves in a basketball program that instills the principles of hard work, dedication, and above all effort. We believe that with intense and consistent preparation, the individual and collective skills/goals of the team will improve throughout the season and over time. Above all, basketball and team sports should be fun, but we also believe that with dedication to our principles we can and will be competitive and successful in thusly building both self and programmatic esteem.

Landmark belongs to the Eastern Independent League (EIL). The EIL's 11 members compete athletically and academically in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). The boys varsity basketball season runs from November through February.

For more information, please email Coach Winslow: or Coach Fettig:



Carlton Winslow's picture
Carlton Winslow
Residential Advisor - Campus Cottage

I've been involved in organized basketball since the eighth grade. I played all through high school for the Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School outside of Albany, New York, starting my junior and senior years. I then enrolled at Alfred University in western New York, where I was a 3-year varsity letter winner. Upon landing at Landmark in 1999, I started coaching the JV2 squad. In 2005, along with Scott Jamieson, I took over the varsity boys program, where I've been ever since. Through all my basketball experiences from playing to coaching at camps and at Landmark, I always try to convey that hard work and dedication build character and confidence and can breed success. It is those principles that we try to instill in our student-athletes.

John Fettig's picture
John Fettig
Industrial Arts Department Head

I have been the assistant varsity basketball coach for five years at Landmark School. In that time it's has been a pleasure to see these young student-athletes make the journey from rookies to first string varsity basketball players. It's amazing to watch their skills, both personal and on the court, grow and develop. The sports programs here at Landmark help both men and women develop their bodies as well as their ability to think and solve problems they face on the court. It's been an exciting thing to watch, and I am glad to have been part of this program for the last five years. 

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