Thursday, December 4, 2008

He got game!

"Play your hardest and give it all you've got and till the end of the game... in my book you'll be winners!"
(Coach Norman Dale, Hoosiers. 1986)

Click to see Brent hit the free throw to finish a three point play.

Last night was Wood River High School's first Varsity basketball game of the season. The game was at Hillcrest High School in Idaho Falls. Wearing number 15 and making his Wood River Varsity debut was Brent Hope III.

Wood River lost but Brent played very well hitting 2 three pointers and shot 3 for 3 from the free throw line. He finished with 11 points.

From a historical perspective, my first varsity start was in Idaho Falls against the Bonneville Bees. Brent is the 3rd generation of Hope's playing varsity basketball in Idaho. Clive Brent Hope Sr (Sugar-Salem), Clive Brent Hope jr (South Fremont), and finally Clive Brent Hope III (Wood River).

With us at the game last night was my good brother Jeremy and my dear high school friend Ken Moeller. Kenny is a highly successful teacher in Idaho Falls and everyone knew him at the game.
National Anthem

During a time out.

Brent down low playing textbook help defense.

Brent with local legend and former teacher of the year Ken Moeller.


Krysten & David said...

Way cool, so look out on December 10th. You play my brother in laws team. Hes the head Coach for Pocatello. I hear there pretty good, but I bet they have never met a Hope before.

Roo Roo's Corner said...

Very nice! Very nice! I'd say this is a family tradition now!

Brent Hope said...

Thanks for the info Krysten! I'll introduce myself to him and tell him what a big fan I am of your family.

wendy said...

Goooooooooooooooo Brent!!!
Way to keep the tradition alive.
We'll be cheering for you.

Sonja said...

Heee Haaaww! Brent looks like a super star! The parents are glowing with pride, as well they should be. Wish we could have been there.

Big high fives for the Hopes!

Jessumca said...

oh thats special! ;) brent is the best b-ball player in da whole worl! i wish i could be there to watch. very good shooting of that freethrow!