It was a remarkable championship run for George Hill All Indy, even being one of the youngest teams in the 17U association it did not make a difference. Outside of two players, the entire roster is comprised of 2025 players or younger. 

While point guard Xzavier Robinson was the headliner of the team. There were several other key players that were instrumental to their championship run. Not only was Robinson one of the top scorers in the entire association but he was also one of the best perimeter defenders. 6’4” guard Damien King was also a key contributor to the championship season as he became better and better after each tournament and played a key role during The Final Chapter having himself a 25-point game. Jevon Guess also played a huge role for them as well. The 6’6” forward was one of the toughest players on the association doing so much of the dirty work inside rebounding and scoring tough buckets inside. Even as a 2027 Jahari Miller emerged right away during session one and had some crucial moments for himself throughout the spring and summer. Other members of the team that were main contributors included David Meriwether, Jalen Hooks, Davion Hampton, Mason Carpenter, and others.

Their championship run at The Final Chapter had a few memorable moments and thrilling finishes. In the quarterfinals victory, Meriwether hit a game winner basket in the final seconds for a one-point win. The championship victory game with a one-point win in overtime. Their showcase game win over Mac Irvin Fire came via a pull up three right at the buzzer by Robinson.

Not only did they win the NY2LA Association Championship, but also went an undefeated 8-0 during the tournament also winning both of their showcase games on Sunday. Below is their full schedule of games throughout their championship tournament run. 


First Round: 54-23 win over Greater Purpose Athletic White

Second Round: 69-43 win over Illinois Flight

Sweet 16: 61-59 win over Midwest Basketball Club Columbus Quinn

Quarterfinals: 52-51 win over Chapman Basketball Gold Elite

Semifinals: 50-43 win over Chapman Basketball Black Elite

Championship: 49-48 win over Wisconsin Blizzard

Showcase Game: 47-44 win over Mac Irvin Fire

Showcase Game: 53-49 win over MidPro Academy