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Boys Team From Our League Past!
A very good and strong Clark-Atlanta team!
Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Tue Jan 31, 2012, Updated Tue Jan 31, 2012

THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK: January 30 - February 6, 2012

Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.

John Wooden, Former Coach, UCLA 10 National Championships

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I've missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I've lost more than 300 games. Twenty-six times I've been trusted to take the game-winning shot - and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life...

And that is why I succeed.

Michael Jordan, Basketball Champion

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You've got to get to the stage in life where going for it is more important than winning or losing.

Arthur Ashe

Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Mon Jan 30, 2012, Updated Mon Jan 30, 2012

COE Pops/Moms First Year 1985-86 Summary
Our first year of league play started over 26 years ago. The Seventy-Sixers (76ers) with Dean Washington, Head Coach, won the first regular season and post season tournament championships ... What a year for the Seventy-Sixers (76ers)!

Players Coach Player Coach
SEVENTY-SIXERS-76ers

Lee Belcher
Lee Buick
Lance Chase
James Cox
Derrick Davis
Yeshua Jones
Jacques St. Hubert
Harold "Sup" Love
Andre Mitchell
Keith Tucker
Dean Washington
Ollie Copeland
Biry Brown
GEORGETOWN HOYAS

Charles Bolden
Kenneth Boothe
Paul Boynton
Allan Chancellor
Desmond Chisholm
Rodney Love
Stacy Shaw
Gary Smith
Andre Toussaint
Bryon White
Charles E Hayes Sr
Regular Season: Won 8 Lost 2
All Games: Won 10 Lost 2
LEAGUE CHAMPS
PLAY-OFF CHAMPS
Regular Season: Won 6 Lost 4
All Games : Won 9 Lost 6
LEAGUE RUNNER -UP
PLAY-OFF RUNNER-UP
DEPAUL

Deon Cox
Michael Evans
Scott Howellett
Gerald Johnson
Wayne Mason
Robert McRay
Tony Richardson
Paul Tenant
Darnell Whitehead
Bill Richmond LAKERS

Albert Davis
Jerry Depriest
Anthony Lane
Oliver Lane
Kendrick Moss
Jeff Richards
Dion Sales
Randy Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. Goldstein
Regular Season: Won 6 Lost 4
All Games : Won 7 Lost 6
LEAGUE RUNNER -UP
Regular Season: Won 5 Lost 5
All Games : Won 5 Lost 7
SYACUSE

Terry Ball
Maurice Boone
Jeff Brown
Shun Gray
Anthony Johnson
Dexter King
Benny Robinson
Jerome Strong
Michael Wilson
James Washington GEORGIA BULLUDOGS

Marc Butler
Ed Davis
James Hunter
Brian Johnson
Robert Kennedy
Mark Lee
Michael Mason
Mark Osher
Terry Pettigree
Marvin Prentis


Dennis Drummer
Don Colleton
Regular Season: Won 3 Lost 7
All Games : Won 5 Lost 9
Regular Season: Won 2 Lost 8
All Games : Won 3 Lost 10





FLEETWOOD-JOURDAIN HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
FIRST ANNUAL BANQUET : Co-Sponsored By
C.O.E. POPS
May 17, 1986


Welcome: Charles Hayes

Opening Remarks: Allen "Bo" Price

DINNER

Introduction of Guest Speaker: Don Colleton

Introduction of Coaches & Teams: Charles Hayes

Presentation of Awards: Coaches

Presentation of Sportsmanship Award: Coaches

Closing Remarks: Mamie L. Smith, Director Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center

ALL STAR TEAMS - 1986

EAST ALL STAR TEAM
Coaches: Dean Washington, Bill Richmond


James Cox: 76ers

Derrick Davis: 76ers

Mike Evans: Depaul

Gerald Johnson: Depaul

Harold (Sup) Love: 76ers-*Most Valuable Player

Andre Mitchell: 76ers

Tony Richardson: Depaul

Mike Wilson: Syracuse

Darnel1 Whitehead: Depaul

Lee Buick: 76ers

Yeshua Jones: 76ers

Wayne Mason: Depaul

WEST ALL STAR TEAM

Coaches: Charles Hayes, Dennis Drummer,
Don Colleton

Charles Bolden: Hoyas- *Most Valuable Player

Paul Boynton: Hoyas

Desmond Chisholm: Hoyas

Ed Davis: Bulldogs

Brian Johnson: Bulldogs

Oliver Lane: Lakers

Kendrick Moss: Lakers

Mark Osher: Bulldogs

Gary Smith: Hoyas

Andre Toussaint: Hoyas

Anthony Lane: Lakers

Rodney Love: Hoyas
Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Tue Jan 24, 2012, Updated Wed Jan 25, 2012

Girls Team From Our League Past!
One of our first girls team coached by A. Brown
Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Tue Jan 24, 2012, Updated Wed Jan 25, 2012

Thought Of The Week : January 22-29, 2012

The world we have created is a product of our thinking.
It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.
-- Albert Einstein

How will you ever know if you can paint that picture, run that business, sell that vacuum cleaner, earn that degree, hold that office, make that speech, win that game, marry that girl, write that book, bake that souffle, build that house - unless you try it! -- Richard M. DeVos


"When just starting out on a new journey it's only natural to feel vulnerable. After all, it may seem that you have much to lose. But may I remind you that never again, at any other point in the same journey, will you have so much to gain." -- Mike Dooley

Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Sat Jan 21, 2012, Updated Sat Jan 21, 2012

Short History of the C.O.E. Pops/Moms Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Ctr High School Basketball League

Short History of the C.O.E. Pops/Moms Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center

High School Basketball League

C.O.E. Pops/Moms began in the summer of 1983 in the wake of a gang slaying not far from the current home of the league. Stunned by the brutality of the incident, local parents banded together to reduce neighborhood violence.

They modeled themselves along the community structure of an earlier era in the Yoruba region of West Africa where elders would join together to assure the welfare of all young people, not just of their own children.

Named Council of Elders Pops and Moms, the new group has been long known by its acronym of C.O.E. Pops and Moms.

By 1985, C.O.E. Pops had joined with Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center to conduct what has become its biggest activity: a winter basketball program for high school students. Sometimes mistaken as an "upper grade FAAM," the league in fact has no connection with (although a great deal of admiration) for FAAM's 6th to 8th grade program.

Coached entirely by volunteers, the program now is in its 27th season.  The league's cycle is settled: registration in November and December; initial practices in January; games starting late January; and playoffs during March.

The league is clear about its purpose: to acknowledge and uphold the God-given dignity of each player; to promote the Golden Rule, respect, fairness and like venerable values; to guide players to the next stage of their development; and to provide an exciting, attractive setting for doing these things.

The league has a great unconcealed love for the young men and women given to its care. It knows that without them and their affection, there would be no league at all.

Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Thu Jan 19, 2012, Updated Wed Jan 25, 2012

2012 High School Team Coaches
2012 High School Staff and  Coaches:

Meet our 2012 coaching staff! A BIG Thanks for your support and dedication to our youth...



Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Thu Jan 19, 2012, Updated Wed Jan 25, 2012

2012 High School League Team Names (HBCU)
LEAGUE TEAMS:The League has 6 teams this year composed of high school freshman, sophomore, juniors, and seniors boys and girls. All teams are named after Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)http://www.edonline.com/cq/hbcu/alphabet.htm.

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY:http://www.desu.edu/
Delaware State University is a progressive comprehensive institution, is committed, foremost, to academic excellence and intellectual competence. Freedom of expression and inquiry, the exchange of ideas, cultural activities, intensive classroom instruction, and numerous informal events of the university community combine to ensure that each student receives a thorough marketable education. The university is located in Dover, Delaware.

KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITYhttp://www.kysu.edu/Kentucky State University in Frankfort, Kentucky, the intent is to help students acquire a breadth of learning. We live in a highly competitive, technological, culturally diverse society; therefore, graduates must be able to compete globally. Kentucky State University ensures that its students not only have a mastery of a field of specialization but also a breadth of knowledge and skills in a wide array of disciplines. Graduates can think logically and creatively, can make rational decisions based on facts, and can appreciate and value cultural diversity.

MOREHOUSE COLLEGEhttp://www.morehouse.edu/
Since its establishment in 1867, Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia has been providing young men with the educational and inspirational experiences that have built leaders for our society. The College seeks to develop leaders who will be qualified and committed to solving the problems of society with special attention given to those of African Americans. Inspired by the legacy of distinguished alumni, presidents, and professors -- persons who have wrought significant social changes -- the College supports and encourages programs which benefit all people and which seek to eradicate discrimination and injustice.

ALABAMA STATE: http://www.alasu.edu/index.aspx

Alabama State University was founded in 1867, in Marion, Ala., as a school for African-Americans. The school started as the Lincoln Normal School with $500 raised by nine freed slaves now known as the Marion Nine, making ASU one of the nation’s oldest institutions of higher education founded for black Americans.Join over 140 years of history, tradition and academic excellence at Alabama State University. Be who you are and become who you want to be at Alabama State University. At ASU, you’ll receive a world-class education from faculty members who have the knowledge and dedication to help make your dreams a reality.

CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY:http://www.cau.edu/About_CAU_General_Information.aspx
Clark Atlanta University is a comprehensive, private, urban, coeducational institution of higher education with a predominantly African-American heritage. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees as well as certificate programs to students of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. It was formed by the consolidation of Atlanta University, which offered only graduate degrees, and Clark College, a four-year undergraduate institution oriented to the liberal arts. On June 24, 1988, the Boards of both Clark College and Atlanta University made the historic decision to consolidate the two institutions, creating Clark Atlanta University. The new and historic University inherits the rich traditions of two independent institutions.

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITYhttp://www.jsums.edu/
Jackson State University located in Jackson, Mississippi has been providing young men and women opportunities that will empower them to succeed in an increasingly complex world. As the Urban University of Mississippi, Jackson State emphasizes public service programs designed to enhance quality of life and seek solutions to urban problems in the physical, social, intellectual, and economic environments.

FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY:http://www.famu.edu/
 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) is an 1890 land-grant institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, resolution of complex issues and the empowerment of citizens and communities.  The University provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values.  The faculty is committed to educating students at the undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and professional levels, preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, critical thinking skills and creativity in their service to society. 


Posted by Jelanie Summers, Created Wed Jan 18, 2012, Updated Mon Jan 23, 2012

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