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  • Season Recap and Awards



    Iron Caisson - Binghang He:  This player that was the toughest and most physical present on the court. 

    Caisson Hustle Award - Haoliang Han:    This player was the hardest working player on the court in practice and in the game. he was the first to start the drills and pushed himself each and every day.

    Most Improved Award - Darian Belisle:    This player started the season not making a lot of shots, turning the ball over and missing his free throws. by the end of the year he was driving to the basket strong and finishing  and improved his free throw percentage to 80% the second half of the season.

    Coaches Award - Aiden Smith:  This player always helped get the jerseys ready for practice, stayed after practice to help clean and helped by going door to door in the dorms to make sure his teammates were on time  to practice.

    Leadership Award - William Waddell:    This player did not play a lot of minutes, sometimes he did not play at all but he never complained and he always asked me to help him get better and he did everything that was    asked of him without questioning. He never was late, never missed practice or game.

    MVP Award - Donte' Dobson:    This player worked hard when he joined the team and quickly stood out from the rest of the players on the court. You could see the difference in the team when he was taking out of the    game. He played calm and confident. 


    Iron Caisson Award- Yutong Sun:   This player was one of our best defenders and rebounders. He drive to the basket no matter who was in his way. He listened to me when I said that we need to stop the outher team from getting layups, he would hustle back on defense to stop them or to foul them. He was only disqualified from fouling out in one game, the last game of the year.

    Caisson Hustle Award - Joshua Bradley:    This played came to practice every day and said that he was not a basketball player, I'm a football player Every day I told him that's OK just do your best. He said I can't shoot very well but I will play hard. He was hustle in practice and games and at the end of the season during our last game I told him that now he was a football player and a basketball player.

    Most Improved - Tyrone Lofton:   This player has not just improved on the court but off the court as well. His attitude has improved, his conditioning has improved and his overall outlook on life.

    coaches Award - Dylan Gladhill:   This player was me voice on the court. He got players in the right positions to run the offense and defense. He was tough on his teammates he motivated his teammates and he good the best out of every player in the game and in practice. He played bigger than his opponents that were often over 6 ft tall and he is only 5 ft 4 inches. He was my assistant coach this year.

    Leadership Award - Shunyuan Hu:    This player would come to practice and I would look around and see that their were some players missing and would ask him to go get his brothers. He would always go get them and make sure they were at practice on time. He was the only player on the team that could shoot the ball any time  and any shot he wanted and he still would not shoot the ball. When I ask him why didn't he shot he always replied to me, " I'm looking out for my brothers".

    MVP Award - Yuan Pu:    This player arrived as an eighth grader and told me that he wanted to work out with me but there was not enough time during school or after school. He asked me could we start working out before he had to do his squad job. I told him the only time will be at 5:30 in the morning. He said OK coach, I will be there. He never missed a morning and is still working just as hard today as he did his first year here at Fishburne. He is my workout partner, my most dedicated player and I am going to miss him every morning at 5:30 once he graduates. The last two years he has been living with me and my family and I am a proud dad today.