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  • Keeps Going and Going

    Posted on September 25, 2009

    While the rest of the world dives into football and moves into fall we roll on like the energizer bunny. Individual skills workouts are in full swing and we continue to play together. Always moving forward. Always together. Here are some highlights from the Progeny vs Carmel game on Sunday. There’s something about these games. […]

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  • Vote for 2009 Progeny Player of the Year!

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    Get your vote in for player of the year. The award will be given at the Progeny Foundation team dinner on November 4th. You can vote as many times as you want but only one time per computer. Get Grandma involved. Be creative. ANTHONY DUMES JR BREVIN JEFFERSON SAM COOPER

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  • Late Night Training at Progeny Park

    Posted on September 18, 2009

    Late night at Progeny Park…Reese Neely dishes out a lesson in The Progeny Style to Sam Cooper. The Progeny Style is physical, hungry, and aggressive. We love the underdog…the forgotten players. We love strong kids that we can rev up, turn loose, and watch them through raw effort and determination chew through the competition. Sam […]

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  • Progeny is now a 501(c)(3) Charitable Organization

    Posted on September 17, 2009

    We are very pleased to announce that after 2 million pages of paperwork The Progeny Foundation has received tax-exempt status.  Contributions to The Progeny Foundation are fully tax-deductible. Thank you to Sheila Jenkins and her staff at the Community Development Law Center for all their help in taking us through this process. They do outstanding […]

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  • Look into the future

    Posted on September 16, 2009

    How will we graduate 10 kids every year with academic and athletic scholarships? By thinking big. I think anybody can talk big about being a great ballplayer. With enough time and energy you could be a one sided gym rat with all the skills and athletic tools to be successful at basketball. I think that’s […]

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