Basketball - Boys 3rd Team



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Basketball - Boys 3rd Team

The boys basketball program includes three levels of play: 1st team, 2nd team, and 3rd team. The program is highly competitive, and it is not uncommon for the gym to be packed with enthusiastic spectators for home games. The 2nd and 3rd teams are ideal spots for those who are new to the sport or who are hoping to improve their skills with the hope of one day reaching the 1st team.

For more than 20 years, the Brooks boys basketball team has competed in the Independent School League and played against many of the top teams in New England. The teams plays more than 20 games a year and practices daily at our new campus athletic center.

The program's success has been based around intelligent play, outstanding outside shooting, hard-nosed defense, and a passion for the game of basketball. Additionally, our emphasis on character and sportsmanship has lead to success off the court.

In addition to three basketball courts, Brooks athletics facilities are exceptional, and athletes at all levels have the opportunity to use the fully equipped weight room to improve strength and conditioning.


  • Head Coach

    Illinois native Chris Davis joined the science department after completing his M.S. in biology at Tufts. Chris did his undergraduate work at Marquette University, earning his B.S. in Biological Sciences and Secondary Education. Chris assists with boys soccer in the fall and basketball in the winter. Chris lives off campus in Westford with his wife Erin and their dog, Draper. While not hiking with Erin or rooting for the Cubs, Blackhawks and Bulls, Chris enjoys music, baking custom cakes and watching movies.

  • Coach

    Peter Moccia grew up in Haverhill and studied chemistry at the University of Connecticut. After college, he was certified in physics and chemistry, and taught at a high-need school in Providence as part of the Rhode Island Teaching Fellows program. Moccia spent four years before coming to Brooks teaching AP chemistry and physics at Central Catholic High School. At Brooks, he teaches chemistry, serves as a dorm parent in Thorne House and coaches boys 3rd basketball.