Boys Basketball: New-look Eagles are soaring so far this season

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Robert D. Edgren's Riley Palfy and fellow transfers Chauncey Williams, Quan Thompson and Amos Alsvig, hit the road for the first time this season playing at Zama on Friday and Saturday.  MICHAEL K. ATKINSON/SPECIAL TO STRIPES
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Robert D. Edgren's Riley Palfy and fellow transfers Chauncey Williams, Quan Thompson and Amos Alsvig, hit the road for the first time this season playing at Zama on Friday and Saturday. MICHAEL K. ATKINSON/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Boys Basketball: New-look Eagles are soaring so far this season

by: Dave Ornauer | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: January 11, 2019

After a 2-22 season a year ago, Robert D. Edgren’s boys basketball team finds itself at 5-0, including a DODEA-Japan best 4-0 thus far.

Those games have a common bond – the Eagles are unbeaten at home. This weekend, Edgren, takes its act on the road with a pair of weekend games at Zama to see how well they do away from the Eagles’ Nest.

The secret to Edgren’s success?

“The PCS Plane was nice to us,” said Andre Thibert, back in the coaching saddle for his ninth season after a five-year layoff and finding himself “relaxed and enjoying the ride.”

Read more at: https://www.stripes.com/1.563790