Posts Tagged ‘ STYLE OF PLAY ’

  • Meet William Clinton Barnes

    Posted on March 24, 2010

    All-State Candidate North Central Conference student athlete of the week Dec 7, 2009 13.5 ppg, 4 rpg, 4 apg, 2spg 3.28 GPA Footage from: At Warsaw – 26 Points Lawrence North – 26 points, 9 rebounds At Monroe Central – 25 points Fort Wayne Snider – 16 points

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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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  • 1st Grade wins ISSA League Championship Monday Night

    Posted on July 15, 2009

    Cam…how many 1st grade championships in the past two days kid? Fresh off their championship Sunday…the first grade took a 15 game league winning streak into Monday night’s final four. They had high expectations and everybody looked ready to go. Cameron Powell was en fuego hitting shots from all over the floor in the first […]

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  • 1st Grade Wins Baylor NWI Division 1 Championship

    Posted on July 13, 2009

    Brining home a trophy that was bigger than the players…Progeny 1st grade continued their roll yesterday. After winning the 8u (2nd grade) championship they competed for the 9u (3rd grade) championship and lost by a single point

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  • 4th Grade Wins Again…Best of the Midwest Tournament Champions

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    The 4th grade team continues to roll. Yesterday they brought home another championship at the Best of the Midwest tournament. These kids are fun to watch. They play hard, play together and are all smiles. They pick each other up when they make a mistake and play with a lot of energy when things are […]

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  • 4th Grade Looking to Stay Hot – Best of the Midwest 7/11-7/12

    Posted on July 9, 2009

    The 4th grade opens up pool play in the Best of the Midwest tournament at the Fishers Fieldhouse Saturday at 9am against Hoosier Hoops Red. Game 2 is at 11:15am vs Hoosier Hoops White. The tournament games start at 1:15 and 3:30 on Sunday. These kids are playing with a lot of heart and they […]

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  • Progeny 4th Grade Wins MYBT National Championship in Louisville

    Posted on June 21, 2009

    Teams from Louisville, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Alabama squared off at the Midwest Youth National Tournament Saturday and Sunday in Louisville. Progeny wins the MYBT national championship. Highlights of the games are below. Tennessee– Titus McCoy – was the floor general in the game, distributing the ball to teammates for easy scoring opportunities. Anthony Dumes […]

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  • Progeny 4th Grade Wins Fishers Spring League Championship

    Posted on June 19, 2009

    Thursday night the Progeny 4th grade team brought home the championship of the Fishers Spring league. These kids have really developed and deserve a lot of credit for the hard work they have put in. The 6:00 game matched us up with the Indy Ice. It seemed that every time we put the ball on […]

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  • Progeny G3 Wins Tonight in Maryland

    Posted on June 13, 2009

    Progeny G3 is in Maryland for the Maryland invitational this weekend. Cameron Powell hits a last second shot tonight for the W. That is the second Progeny thriller this week. This kind of excitement is great for Progeny but could end up giving the fans a heart attack. The 1st grade team is playing in […]

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  • Progeny Defeats Spiece Indy Heat in Playoffs

    Posted on June 10, 2009

    Last night Thomas Sanders showed the kind of heart and big play potential we knew he had in the tank. Down two points he took a pass from Ron Patterson, showed a hard dribble to the basket, and off the stepback let it fly from 3 with time running out. It was nothing but net. […]

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