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What began as a mental collapse turned into teaching points for the Native American Community Academy boys’ basketball team.

Five years ago he competed in his first Senior World Games in St. George, Utah, and after it was over he was invited to play in the Masters Basketball Association.

Morning Star Leaders Youth Council (MSLYC) is in the midst of their fourth annual ACE Backpack Drive and they started it by hosting a basketball clinic with Jude Schimmel on July 3 at the YMCA in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Flying Squirrel survives rally, wins tournament

Longtime Lady Magic head coach Al Tsedah was singled out as one of the top coaches at the 13th annual Native American Basketball Invitational.

Rising Stars camp continues to see high number of partipants

At 21 years old, a lot has already happened for former University of Louisville standout Jude Schimmel.

As Jude Schimmel made her way down the stairs of the Chinle High School Wildcat Den, few realized the Native American basketball star had entered the room.

Former Louisville guard Jude Schimmel will make a special appearance at Chinle Wildcat Den this Saturday, in an event sponsored by Sports Zone of Show Low, Ariz. and Tate’s Auto Group.

A car accident changed Noah Hotchkiss’ life when he was 11 years old. Now at 16, he is trying to change the lives of other Native Americans.