Your program has been a lifesaver for my son, Jeffrey Sweeney (quarterback with his school team, the Houston County Sharks in the white jerseys) who suffered a massive stroke at the age of 14. He became severely depressed and had lost his will to keep going; he was giving up. His schoolwork was failing, his no-quit attitude was slipping and his will to be the best was fading. Joining this team gave it all back to him and then some. The team gave him a reason to keep going. I will never be able to put into words how grateful I am. This program gave my son back a part of his life that was taken from him.
Our own, Jordan Kozloski, signed with Arizona to play Wheelchair Basketball. Here is more on her extraordinary journey and how she came to lose her leg at age two. Once on the site, click on Jordon’s photo – third row, far right. http://www.hcbe.net/?L=2&DivisionID=%2715758%27&DepartmentID=%2728260%27&TabNo=2 Jordan has been with AAASP and the Houston Co. Sharks since 2nd […]
Dr. Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Sandy Searcy, Director of Sports for the National Federation of State High School Associations honored during half-time of the 2019 AAASP/GHSA State Wheelchair Basketball Varsity Championship Game in Macon. A very special moment was captured in Macon last week, when […]
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The American Association of Adapted Sports Programs is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 AAASP ASPIRE Awards last night at the ASPIRE Awards Banquet at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel.