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Alex's last season of baseball
Winter 2001-2002 Parchment 8th Grade Basketball
Overall 9-3 Conference 4-2 Non-conference 3-0 Tournament 2-1
8th Grade Football: 60 yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds to go!! They almost won one that year. (9/22/01)
Alex' bedroom walls after the big paint job. Dad did the basketball!
Winter 2000-2001 Parchment 7th Grade Basketball
Click HERE to see some video clips from Alex's first ever 7th grade Parchment Middle School basketball game.
Overall 12-0 Conference 5-0 Non-conference 4-0 Tournament 3-0
FUN WITH STATS In Alex' first 7th grade game he scored 14 points and had 13 assists and 4 steals in 12 minutes of playing time. For fun I thought I would average these numbers out to see what kind of stats Alex would have if he played an entire middle school game, high school game, college game, and pro game. Just for FUN mind you! Description Minutes Points Assists Steals First 7th grade game: 12 14 13 4 FUN Averages Middle school game 24 28 26 8 High school game 32 37 35 11 College game 40 47 43 13 Pro game 48 56 52 16 Now, can you name the last NBA player who scored 56 points to go with 16 steals and 52 assists all in the same game?
2000 - Parchment 7th grade football team at the Silverdome. Ask Alex about his thigh pads!
Both of the 6th grade Parchment youth basketball boys and girls teams went to Comstock and won the season ending all-star tournament.
In 1999 Alex played fullback and middle linebacker. Alex' team finished the year 5-1 which was the best record ever for a 5th-6th grade Parchment Rocket Football team. For the season Alex rushed for 9 touchdowns and passed for 4 more touchdowns.
The Annual Fall Parade
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