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  1. Emmy Kaiser from Fort Mitchell will be competing in the Paralympics in wheelchair tennis.
  2. Our former coach Ian Lynch (Bellevue KY) won gold in 2016 and bronze in 2012 for wheelchair basketball at the Paralympics.
  3. Shaun Alexander Way in Florence. Cooper Drive in Lexington was briefly renamed Hal Mumme Pass until he got the Cats on probation.
  4. You need to come out and watch us play in person some time. Hopefully we'll be hosting a tournament in the fall.
  5. So in able-bodied basketball once I take 1 step I have to dribble. In wheelchair basketball every time I touch my wheels twice (whether to push forward or just to turn/readjust) I have to dribble or else it's traveling. So if I push really hard when it's possible to go maybe 30-40 feet without having to dribble again. But in wheelchair basketball you can dribble, pick the ball up and then start dribbling again - there is no such thing as double-dribbling in wheelchair basketball. During Covid, one of our players made some instructional videos at home about wheelchair basketball. Her
  6. First half https://www.facebook.com/NWBA70/videos/201760638505170 Second half and awards ceremony https://www.facebook.com/NWBA70/videos/3356924901076689
  7. GAME RECAP The Dragons started the game on a 12-0 run but Atlanta quickly answered back with 8 straight points. Dragons held onto a 6 point lead at halftime. Dragons scored 6 straight points to start the 2nd half but Atlanta goes on a run and eventually takes their first lead with about 10 minutes left. Back and forth the last few minutes. Both teams have unsuccessful opportunities to take the lead in the last minute. Dragons win the tip in overtime and hit a 3-pointer on first possession, start overtime with a 7-0 run and hold on to the 55-50 victory. The Dragons finish the season
  8. The Dragons are the 2021 Varsity Wheelchair Basketball National Champions!! I will post more about the game tomorrow after we drive home from Kansas.
  9. Back and forth game before Dragons close it out in the last 5 minutes. We had beat Charlotte handily twice earlier this season but today was a battle. Dragons advance to national championship game tomorrow against #2 seed Atlanta at 1:00 Eastern time. We have beat Atlanta 3 times this year but all 3 were close games.
  10. Dragons open game on a 15-0 run and play some suffocating defense to hold Racers to 28 points. Dragons advance to national semifinals against the #4 seed Charlotte Hornets tomorrow at 11:00 Eastern time.
  11. Dragons open up a 27 point halftime lead and cruise to victory. Next up is quarterfinals against Indianapolis tonight at 7:00 PM Eastern time.
  12. The Cincinnati Dragons Wheelchair Basketball Team has arrived in Wichita for the national tournament! The #1 ranked Dragons' first round game will be against the the winner of #16 Baltimore/#17 OKC at 1:00 PM Friday 6/25. Game will be live on http://www.facebook.com/gcasc if anyone wants to check it out.
  13. It's official - the Cincinnati Dragons (with players from both OH and KY) finish the regular season with a 24-0 record and ranked the #1 team in the nation! We will be heading to the national tournament in Wichita next weekend where our first game will be Friday 6/25 at 1:00 Eastern Time against the winner of #16 Baltimore Blazers vs. #17 OKC Thunder. More info about the tournament at this link NWBA National Tournament Seeds and Brackets
  14. Pitching for the Reds. And I might not be the worst pitcher on the team this year lol.
  15. Not sure if it's still the same policy but as of a few years ago LCA never challenged transfers so anyone that transferred out of LCA was always eligible at their new school.
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