Al Patrick is got 2 sons in the 7th & 8th Grade that play for the Cass City Red Hawks Jr. High Basketball Team this season. Both of them are nice ball players on there teams this season. Trent is the small one. Plays PG & he can do it all. Shoot the 3-pointer nicely & drive the ball to the basket or dish it off a open player down or from the outside. Play pretty good Defense. Saw them beat the Ubly Bearcats in the 7th Grade Game on Wednesday Night at Cass City Elementary School. Trent’s Basketball IQ is really good. Carter is the taller in the 8th Grade. He is left-handed. He can do it all as well too. Shoot the 3-Pointer very well. Sets his teammates up. Pass the Basketball to a open teammate. Good team player. Al is proud of what Trent & Carter have done for the Cass City Red Hawks Basketball Team. Al went to Marlette & Graduated in 1993. Played for Terry Reid in his Senior Year in High School at Marlette. Played with Mark Lefler in the same class. Terry Reid is proud of what Al Patrick has done for the Cass City Red Hawks Boys Basketball Team in 7th Grade this season. They are Michigan State Spartans Sports Fans. Carter is a Cassius Winston Fan. Saw him break Mateen Cleaves Last Friday Night against the Wisconsin Badgers at The Breslin Center in East Lansing. Mateen witnessed Cassius break his record for the all-time B1G Conference Assist Leader in that one. Staying active these days of ages. Working with these guys & help them developed & succeed in the future as well too. Work with his brother in law Aaron Fernald with the Cass City Red Hawks Boys Basketball Program now. Dedicated all-around guy these days of ages we live now. Good Friends With Dave Weiler Also Too. Al loves the game of Basketball & Big Tom Izzo Fan too. Basketball has been in the Patrick’s Family Blood Line. Showing you why, Carter & Trent are good Basketball Players in the 7th & 8th Grade at Cass City this season. Good students of the game. They love to play this game. They enjoy it. Hard working guys year round. Love to compete with the best of them. Saw that one nicely. Enjoy talking to Al Patrick & his son Carter last night. Good people all the way around.