High-risers, PTP-ers & Blue Chippers


Congrats to these primetime players who led their teams to FAAST Sports championships at the University of Michigan IMSB and Charlotte.

Amir runs the show for Bates

Amir Morelan, starting point guard for Bates Academy, made big play after big play for his team in the championship game and his effort and hustle especially on defense were very impressive. He had 11 points, 5 assists, 8 rebounds and 4 steals and made sure his team won the championship!

TJ Does it all for the f3llas

This is TJ and he is the starting point guard for The Fellas. He helped his team by leading them as the floor general en route to a divisional championship at Swish Zone. He definitely made his teammates better just by being on the floor. He had 14 points, 6 assists, and 7 rebounds in […]

Molina makes the most of IT

Xzavier Molina is the starting point guard for Toledo. Not only was he the MVP of the championship, but his coach also said he was the MVP of the entire tournament. He had 13 points 4 assists and 4 rebounds in his team’s victory in the championship game.

Dr. Dre Operates at Full Blast

Dre Wells was a 5-star leader for his Ft. Wayne, Ind team in a dominant performance at Full Blast in Battle Creek en route to the 5/6th boy’s title. Dre’s game is just four years in the making and will continue to shine.


Reagan Kringle of Strictly Skills was every bit the dominating big man his team could count on in winning an 8th Grade championship at Full Blast in Battle Creek.

PhoeNix rises at Full BLAST

Phoenix Harris of Ft. Wayne, Indiana was the big man and the difference-maker for the 3rd grade CSB team in the championship at Full Blast in Battle Creek.

5-stars for Judah

Twelve-year-old Judah Hiler is a lank an African exchange student residing in Elkhart, Ind. He is an explosive player on offense but was the defensive stopper and all-around playmaker his 5-Star team needed en route to a boys 5-6th division at Battle Creek.


Best of the Best: Holt 4th grader Ava Ward was a dominant force scoring, rebounding and doing everything her Rams team needed to win the 4th-grade girls championship at Full Blast in Battle Creek. The enormous eruption of MVP by her teammates and parents was a joy to watch and surefire memory. Keep hoopin’ Ava!

NWO 6th Grade Boys Trevor Gebhardt leads the way!

Trevor Gebhardt was one of many standout players on his short-handed 5-player team to win Saturday’s tournament championship at Tecumseh but definitely the most fun to watch. Gebhardt can be lethal from deep and he is always first guy out on the fastbreak, a speedster looking to score or drop it off to an open […]