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Boys' and Girls' Basketball


Boys' Varsity, Boys' Developmental, and Girls' Developmental Basketball Schedule

Meet the Teams:

Boys' Team

#20 Ethan Baiotto / Churchville, VA

#24 Jackson Hines / Staunton, VA

#5 Antonis Kalavros / Athens, Greece

#30 Malachi Payne / London, England

#3 Christian Scott / Baldwin, NY

#23 Aiden Cole / Staunton, VA

#10 Mahod Hoq / Staunton, VA

#50 Richard Monk / Churchville, VA

#14 Tafari Plummer / Queens, NY

#12 Colton Garris / Staunton, VA

#15 Noah Kabuya / Brussels, Belgium

#11 Thomas Nguemaleu / Montpellier, France

#22 Enzo Ruberwa / Kigali, Rwanda 

Girls' Team

Meet our Coaches:

Boys' Basketball: Jeff LaFave

The son of a high school basketball coach, Coach Lafave grew up around athletics. Following a college playing career at Southern Connecticut State University, he moved into coaching, where he has amassed 26 years of experience across several high school and college teams.

At the college level, he was head coach of Washington & Lee University’s men’s team from 1999-2003. He has also been an assistant coach and director of men’s basketball operations at the University of North Carolina at Asheville and the College of the Holy Cross.

Coach Lafave came to Stuart Hall from Davidson Day School in Davidson, NC, where he led the girls' team to a state championship and coached four players who went on to play in college, including Maya Caldwell, who now plays for the WNBA’s Indiana Fever.


Coach Davidson is a Stuart Hall parent. Growing up in Connecticut, she was a Huskies fan and loved watching the team become the most successful women's basketball program in the nation. She played on her high school varsity team. Today, she enjoys sharing her love of the sport while building the girls’ skills, confidence, and collaborative spirit. Kim is an educator and non-profit professional. She and her husband also own Reunion Bakery in Staunton. 

Latest News:

Stuart Hall went undefeated in our division this year!

In the latest 2024 VISAA poll, Stuart Hall boys' basketball ranked 7th in its division!