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Wing Span: 72″
DUE TO COVID –
TOURNAMENT PLAY POSTPONED FOR NOW
2018 Gold Medal KCS Kelowna BC Invitational
- Tournament MVP
2018 Gold Medal Barriere BC Invitational
- Tournament MVP
2019 Gold Medal DRIVE Invitational Richmond BC 2019
2019 Provincial A Champions KCS
2019 Silver Medal Sports Excellence Invitational
- Edmonton Alberta
Five words you can use to describe yourself on the court.
Five words you can use to describe yourself off the court.
Describe how you work in a team with your partners.
I focus on the task at hand and then encourage myself and my teammates by cheering. It is important to me that my team has the most advantages and take the best options to score. I am patient and aware of every player on my team and I assist teammates who may need help or direction. I volunteer to lead and demonstrate skills.
Athletic highlights and how you felt when you received them.
DRIVE VANCOUVER TOURNAMENT 1ST PLACE:
I felt motivated to continue to win future tournaments. I felt grateful for the opportunity to complete and I felt driven to continue to improve my skills.
FYBA PREP EDMONTON TOURNAMENT 2ND PLACE:
I felt a sense of accomplishment because we had challenged a higher age group and stood our ground. I felt strengthened to achieve a higher level of skill to overcome future opponents.
Involvement in other sports or extra curricular. Why is it important for you?
GOLF: Helps me train my mind with patience and not let myself become frustrated. I enjoy spending time with my father.
EMPLOYMENT: It builds my resume and teaches me important customer skills like communication.
WEIGHT LIFTING: It helps me build overall strength and mobility which help me perform at a higher level in basketball.
What are your interests outside of sports? Why do you like them?
FISHING: It is calm and relaxing and it clears my mind from stress. It is another way for me to spend time with my father and friends.
WAKE SURFING: It challenges my balance and it helps me enjoy nature. It is something I can continuously challenge myself with and it is a great way to spend time with family and friends and bump some tunes.
Who are your role models and why?
FATHER: He is a selfless, hard-working leader in his industry. These are things I strive to be. He is a family man and cares very much about his family. he is attentive to people’s needs and is a role model and inspiration to many people.
COACH ROB: He has a lot of patience and has a strong mentality about “putting in the work”. He stays focused and he cares lot about me and my success. He wants a future for me in basketball and is selfless in helping me get my goals.
Academic highlights and how you felt when you received them.
I have consistently received straight A’s in middle and high school. I am proud of my academic success; it is as important as my athletic success.
What program would you like to attend in school?
I will be attending post-secondary school for business working toward a career in real estate like my father. I may pursue a masters in business.
How do you envision your school life in college/university?
I will be focusing on my academics and my basketball. I want to succeed in both.
After coaching 35 years of basketball I have heard over and over college
coaches ask me about players. Their first question is usually, “ Can he guard
somebody?” Jude can guard! He is a very tenacious defender who has the
ability to get under an opponents skin. He is so focused and determined to
not let his check score and combined with his work ethic he is really
becoming tough to play against.
Where Jude will really blow you away is his leadership ability. A guy so
young really gets how to connect people and strengthen community.
Whether Jude decides to bring 500 people together or a team of twelve he
has a talent most coaches would dream of. Jude is a team guy and will be
your captain soon after he is on the team. He is such a relational person who
brings people together. He is respected and loved by all who play with him.
Shooting Guard / Small Forward
- 2017 – current
- Shooting Guard/ Small Forward
- 2019 – Current
- Shooting Guard / Small Forward
FYBA Prep 2019 – 2020
Beyond Sports Academy Kelowna Christian School
- 2015 – 2018
- 2015 – 2017
Mount Boucherie Secondary School
- Class of 2022
- Honours Student
- Grade 11 – 96% average
- Grade 10 – 91.9% average
Multi sport athlete