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2022-2023 Season

Division 2 Bronze Ball Champions

The 18U Boys had a fine season with 28 wins and 13 losses. They were able to finish off the year at the National Homeschool Tournament in Springfield MO winning 5 games and losing only 1. The only loss was to the eventual Division 2 Gold Ball Champion. Not losing hope and playing hard, the Trailblazers were able to win out the Tournament giving them a fantastic end to a solid year.


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2020-2021 Season

The 18U Boys had an unprecedented season. In October, practice began with limited contact and the uncertainty still surrounding COVID and its impact. The first two games of the year were cancelled because the opposing teams both had to quarantine because of COVID outbreaks. 
The season finally got underway just before Thanksgiving and by  mid December a team that had high hopes had already lost 4 games and had only won 2. But then, the team found a groove and went on a 14-1 streak which culminated in a first ever Midwest Christian Homeschool Conference Tournament Championship.
Led by six seniors, the Trailblazers were able to compete against not only some of Cincinnati's best, but Kentucky's best as well. There were constant additions and subtractions to the schedule because of COVID, and the public schools came calling. Playing the Woodward Bulldogs twice, the Western Hills Mustangs on their amped up Senior Night, the Holy Cross Indians, and the eventual Kentucky State Champion, the Highlands Bluebirds helped get the Trailblazers ready for the Midwest Regional and the National Championships.
All season long, the Trailblazers were able to pull off the bench seniors Ty Kidd and Eli Grandison who shot 40% and 48% from behind the three point line. Two other seniors would join 5 other Trailblazers as 1000 point scorers—point guard Sam Oxender and everywhere player Hayden Haines. Senior Ben Draper stepped up on defense nearly every game, taking on the task of stopping or slowing down opposing team's scorer. Senior Elisha Moore earned multiple honors, the first of any Trailblazer—Conference Defender and Player of the Year and Regional Player of the Year.

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