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America's Green Team Texas FUEL Earns American Basketball Association Honors in Nashville
March 23, 2009
America's first green team, Texas FUEL arrived home in San Antonio today after receiving numerous honors at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee where the American Basketball Association (ABA) Best of the East met the Best of the West Sunday.
Texas FUEL forward, Keith Simpson, San Antonio native and Lee High School graduate, was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the 2009 ABA All-star Game and 1st Team ABA Western Conference for the 2008-2009 season.
UTSA graduate, Isaiah Allen, Texas FUEL guard was named Co-Rookie of the Year for the ABA 2008-2009 and was also named 2nd team ABA Western Conference.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, Ben Hebl, Texas FUEL Guard, earned ABA 3Pt Competition Runner Up in Nashville this past Sunday.
Texas FUEL had four participants in the All-star Game, including Keith Simpson, FUEL forward, and Isaiah Allen, FUEL All-star guard, both from San Antonio, Albert Strickland, All-star FUEL forward of Detroit and Waymon Powell, All-star FUEL guard of Los Angeles.
Texas FUEL head coach, Chicago native, Marlon Minifee was honored as Western Conference All-star Team Coach of 2009.
The ABA All-stars of the West, in which four Texas FUEL players were selected, defeated the All-stars of the East in Nashville.
"These are all remarkable achievements for Texas FUEL, especially considering this is their first season in the American Basketball Association," stated Deborah Dupré, FUEL movie cast member also entitled "Darling of Texas FUEL."
Consistent with their green commitment, Texas FUEL is raising funds for two projects planned for the near future. The first project is for their education outreach project targeting 2,500 San Antonio inner city youth to have the opportunity to see the movie, FUEL, the movie that inspired the team to Go Green and change its name to Texas FUEL. The team?s second project is to build America?s first wind-powered gymnasium and education facility.
For more information about America's first green team, Texas FUEL, contact Dupre' at EcoPeace International, 310.310.1997 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Coach Minifee 210.696.8688 ext. 1.
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