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Background Information

Employment History

Interpreter and Trainer

NEW YORK STATE BOARD OF OFFICIALS


Interpreter and Trainer

UTICA DISTRICT BOARD


Affiliations

IAABO Board No. 51

Member


International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Board No. 51

Active Member


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PRESIDENT - BOB MISKE; VICE-PRESIDENT - ED MC CLOSKEY; INTERPRETER/TRAINER - LEE PAVLOT; EXECUTIVE SECRETARY - JIM MACKIN; 105 LEROY ST., BINGHAMTON, NY 13905; EMAIL: jmackin@stny.rr.com
PRESIDENT - KENNETH LIGHT, JR.; VICE-PRESIDENT -CHRISTOPHER DURR; INTERPRETER/TRAINER - LEE PAVLOT; SECRETARY-TREASURER - DALE MILLER, 407 HENRY ST., HERKIMER, NY


New York IAABO Boards

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PRESIDENT - MARK DEMBROW; VICE-PRESIDENT -KEN LIGHT; INTERPRETER/TRAINER - LEE PAVLOT; SECRETARY-TREASURER - DALE MILLER, 407 HENRY STREET, HERKIMER, NY


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102010 LEE PAVLOT
Lee Pavlot, rules interpreter for the Utica branch of the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials, teaches candidates during a class at Notre Dame High School in Utica. When it comes to basketball, Lee Pavlot knows the rules. Pavlot, of Waterville, has more than 40 years of experience as an active member of the Utica-based International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Board No. 51. But Pavlot's expertise on the rules goes beyond officiating high school boys basketball games. He also runs clinics every fall for prospective basketball officials. As the Utica Board's rules interpreter and trainer, Pavlot has instructed potential candidates for the last 12 years. The clinics take place in a classroom setting at Notre Dame High School in Utica. Pavlot teaches weekly classes then a review session before candidates take the IAABO written exam Nov. 1. "The test is on all the rules and what's in the rule book," Pavlot said. "What I do is breakdown the rules and interpret them for the candidates." The clinics run from the middle of September through October. Pavlot has seven candidates attending his classes this fall. Pavlot is well-versed in the do's and don'ts on the court. He also is the New York State boys basketball rules interpreter. Utica Board No. 51 has 108 members who are approved to work high school boys basketball games. Pavlot said approximately 20 Utica Board officials also ref college basketball. There also are a few dual members who officiate boys and girls basketball. All of Utica Board No. 51 members are men. But Pavlot is hopeful that more women will get interested in becoming a ref for boys hoops.  "We don't have any women this year, but we had four or five take the class in the past," Pavlot said. "We would welcome them for sure. But I haven't had one (a female official) for over 10 years." Once a candidate passes the written exam, they move on for more hands-on training with other board members. "They get a class on mechanics, where to stand on the floor and things like that," Pavlot said. "We put them on the floor and other members work with them." One point of emphasis in recent years for officials is sportsmanship. Refs must keep a tight rein on rough play and taunting during the course of the game. "High school follows TV and the NBA and college ball," Pavlot said. "It's a trickle-down effect. Our job is to emphasize less roughness and clean up the game." But being an official isn't for everyone, Pavlot acknowledged. He recalled a rare instance where a candidate passed the exam but decided against becoming a ref after he got into live action on the floor. "You have to have a thick skin, shrug off comments and go on and do your job," Pavlot said. Lee Pavlot, of Waterville, is an expert on the rules of high school boys' basketball. A 40-year member of the Utica-based IAABO Board No. 51, Pavlot is the board's rules interpreter and trainer. He also is the state's rules interpreter. A retired state trooper, Pavlot teaches the rules of the game to prospective basketball officials during fall clinics before they become probationary members of the Utica Board No. 51. Here are Pavlot's five tips to being a good official:


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Also Pictured: State Trooper Tom Shreck (on left) and State Trooper Lee Pavlot (on right)


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