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Tennessee Flight -Shelbyville Sport Shop

Hall of Fame

Rick Insell



Charles & Dorothy "Dot" Insell


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Aaron West


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Amanda Canon


   Amanda Canon was a member of the 1996 AAU national championship-winning Shelbyville Sport Shop team and was named an AAU All-American at the tournament. Canon was the 1998 Shelbyville Central High School Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as well as the 1998 Mid-State Player of the Year. Canon walked-on at the University of Tennessee and was awarded a full scholarship in January of her freshman year. 

Janet Holt-Baker


   Janet Holt-Baker of Lynchburg, TN played on the 1996 AAU National Championship team. She was the 1998 Class A Miss Basketball winner. Baker continued her collegiate career at Tennessee Tech University, where she led her team to four Ohio Valley Conference championships and two NCAA tournament appearances. She was the 1999 OVC Freshman of the Year and was honored as the OVC Player of the Year the remaining three years of her career. Janet Holt-Baker was inducted into the TTU Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. 

Jasmine Hassell


   Jasmine Hassell's physical play was key to the 2008 Nike Nationals championship game. She scored 11 points in the win, including two baskets in the final minutes that sealed the Flight's victory. Hassell played high school basketball at Wilson Central in Lebanon, TN, where she was named the Tennesseean's Girls' Basketball Player of the Year her freshman and sophomore seasons and was the Class AAA Miss Basketball honoree her junior and senior years. She also led her team to a state championship title her junior year. Hassell earned spots on the McDonald's All-American and WBCA All-American rosters and was ranked by Hoopgurlz as the #11 prospect in her class. Hassell continued her collegiate career at the University of Georgia where she was a first-team All-American and first-team All-SEC. Hassell was selected as the 21st pick of the 2013 WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever. 

Ariel Massengale


   Ariel Massengale joined Tennessee Flight in 2010 from Bolingbrook, IL and was a member of the 2010 Nike National championship team. She was ranked as the #1 point guard and fourth overall in the 2011 class by ESPN. Massengale won three state championships for Bolingbrook High School. She earned Parade Magazine All-American honors and was the 2011 Illinois Gatorade Player of the Year. She was also a McDonald's All-American and WBCA All-American. Massengale won four gold medals with USA Basketball and set the U19 team's assist record with 39. Massengale played her college career at the University of Tennessee where she made the SEC All-Freshman team in 2012, made the Naismith Trophy Watch List in 2014, and was named to the NCAA Spokane Regional All-Tournament team in 2015. Massengale was selected 29th in the 2015 WNBA Draft by the Atlanta Dream. 

Kaela Davis


Rebecca Greenwell


   Becca Greenwell of Owensboro, KY joined the Tennessee Flight organization in 2009. During her tenure with the program, Greenwell won three Nike National titles. In the 2012 title game, Greenwell led all scorers with 25 points, and scored 11 in her second championship victory in 2010.  Greenwell also participated on the undefeated  USA Basketball U17 World Championship and USA Basketball U16 National teams. Greenwell was named to the McDonald's All-American team in 2013, as well as the WBCA All-American roster. Greenwell is currently continuing her playing career at Duke University where she has started all 64 contests she has participated in and made at least one 3-point basketball in 16 consecutive games as a freshman/sophomore, the fourth longest streak in the Blue Devil record books. She is eighth on their all-time list with 145 made 3-pointers and ranks ninth in all-time free throw percentage (78.5). Greenwell made the 2015-2016 All-ACC Second Team and was listed on the Naismith Player of the Year Watch List.

   Kaela Davis was the #1 ranked guard in the 2013 class by ESPN. She joined the Tennesssee Flight organization in the spring of 2012 and immediately made an impact. In the 2012 Nike National championship game, Davis scored her team's first 5 points of a 6-0 run after Boo Williams jumped out to an early lead, giving her team the boost they needed to win. Away from Flight, Davis led two teams to Georgia state championships and won three gold medals with USA Basketball teams in 2011 and 2012. Her personal accolades include spots on the WBCA All-American and McDonald's All-American rosters and was the 3-point shooting champion at the POWERADE Jam Fest. Davis began her collegiate career at Georgia Tech, but transferred to the University of South Carolina after her sophomore season. At Georgia Tech, Davis earned All-ACC honors her freshman and sophomore seasons and scored 1,000 points in only 52 games, a school record. 

Shelbyville Sport Shop | 1987

AAU National Champions

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Shelbyville Sport Shop | 2004

AAU National Champions

   The 2004 Shelbyville Sport Shop team was the last team to win an AAU national championship before the organization's move to the Nike EYBL. Many credited the team's superior shooting as the key to their championship victory. The team made 13 3-point baskets in the semi-final game, giving them an 83-68 victory over the Maryland Mystics. Jackie Pickel, Kenzie Rich, and Leah Stone combined for eight more 3-pointers in the championship game against the New York Gazelles. Keke Stewart led the team with 23 points in the 75-71 win, followed by Rich, who scored 17. Stone added 12 points and Pickel scored 10. 

Tennessee Flight Silver | 2010

Nike EYBL National Champions

   The 2010 Tennessee Flight Silver squad featured highly-touted players such as Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, a top-ranked guard from southern California, Ariel Massengale, ESPN's #1 ranked point guard from Bolingbrook, IL, and class of 2013 star, Rebecca Greenwell.   After a championship loss at the Boo Williams event in April, the Flight finished the remainder of their season undefeated. For most of the summer, the team was led by Greenwell in the absence of Mosqueda-Lewis and Massengale, who spent most of the summer overseas with the USA Basketball U17 national team. The duo helped the U.S. win a gold medal at the FIBA world championships before returning stateside in time for Nike Nationals. The Flight team left Augusta with a 65-62 championship victory over DFW Elite (TX). Mosqueda-Lewis led the team in scoring with 23 points, largely assisted by Massengale's incredible passing skills. Greenwell was essential to the win as well, knocking down a key 3-point basket when the game was close, and totaled 11 points for the game. 

Buddy & Billie Overcast


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Matt Insell


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Tiffany Woosley


   Tiffany Woosley played for the Shelbyville Sport Shop organization under coach and founder, Rick Insell. Woosley played her high school career at Shelbyville Central High School, where she was a member of two state championship teams. Woosley was named the Tennessee Class AAA Miss Basketball award recipient in 1991. Woosley played college basketball at the University of Tennessee where she was a member of four conference championship teams. During her collegiate career, Woosley named the 1994 SEC Tournament's Most Valuable Player. She was a member of the 1994 USA National team, the 1992-1993 Junior National team, the 1993 NCAA Midwest All-Region team, the 1994 All-SEC team. Following her college career, Woosley coached for one year at Lincoln County High School before being signed by the Houston Comets in 1997. Woosley won two WNBA championships with the Comets. 

Monica Dillon-Bates


   Monica Dillon-Bates was a member of the 1996 AAU National Championship Shelbyville Sport Shop team. Dillon was named an AAU All-American and MVP of the 1996 tournament. The forward from Manchester, TN played college basketball at North Carolina State University.

KeKe Stewart


   Keke Stewart was a member of the 2004 AAU National Championship team. The forward from Oak Ridge, TN holds Oak Ridge High School's record for career points and was ranked in the Top 20 prospects in the state by Basketball Time. She also was voted to the TSWA Class AAA All-State Team and participated in the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game. Stewart continued her playing career at Middle Tennessee State University.

Jasmine James


   Jasmine James was a valuable member of the 2008 Nike National championship team, leading the Flight with 17 points in the 60-57 victory over Boo Williams. James played for Bartlett High School, where she was a three-time TSWA Class AAA All-State honoree and a three-time Memphis Commercial Appeal "Best of Preps" Player of the Year. James continued her career at the University of Georgia where she was second team All-SEC in 2013 and unanimously voted to the All-SEC Freshman team in 2010. James was selected as the 30th pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft by the Seattle Storm. After recovering from an injury, James is continuing her professional career with the Phoenix Mercury. 

Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis


   Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis joined the Tennessee Flight program in 2009 from Anaheim Hills, CA. Mosqueda-Lewis led the Flight to a 65-62 national championship win over DFW Elite, scoring 23 points. As the captain of the highly successful Mater Dei High School team, Mosqueda-Lewis led the team to a 32-1 record her senior year and two state championships. Her personal accolades include 2011 Naismith, Parade Magazine, USA Today, and Gatorade National Player of the Year honors. Mosqueda-Lewis was also a member of the 2011 McDonald's All-American and WBCA All-American teams and won four gold medals with USA Basketball. Mosqueda-Lewis continued her college career at UConn, where she was a two-time All-American, was named to the All-NCAA tournament team, made 398 3-point shots- a school record, and won three NCAA national championships. The team finished the season undefeated in Mosqueda-Lewis' junior year. After a stellar collegiate career, Mosqueda-Lewis was selected as the third overall pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft by the Seattle Storm. 

Nina Davis


   Nina Davis was a key member of the 2012 Nike National championship team. In the title game against Boo Williams, Davis was the second leading scorer, adding 14 points and  defensive efforts essential to the win. During her high school career, Davis led her Memphis Central team to four state tournament appearances, was named the Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year and the 2013 Class AAA Miss Basketball winner. She was a finalist for the award in 2012 and was named the 2011 Class AAA state tournament MVP. Davis is currently continuing her playing career at Baylor University. In 2015 she was honored as the Big 12 Player of the Year and was the Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player three consecutive years (2014, 2015, 2016). Davis was a Wade Trophy and Wooden Award finalist and was named to four All-American squads in 2015 and 2016. 

Shelbyville Sport Shop | 1996

AAU National Champions

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Tennessee Flight Silver | 2008

Nike EYBL National Champions

   The 2008 Flight Silver team won the organization's first Nike National title and set the precedent for Tennessee Flight teams to come. After being the national runner-up in 2006, the Flight's entire focus this year was on winning the Nike National championship and they were not deterred. In an intense and exciting contest, the Flight defeated Boo Williams Elite (VA) 60-57, a team they had previously lost to in pool play. Jasmine James led the team in scoring with 17 points, followed by Jasmine Hassell and Valencia McFarland, who each added 11. 

Tennessee Flight Silver | 2012

Nike EYBL National Champions

   The 2012 Tennessee Flight Silver team began the travel season with a championship victory at the Boo Williams Nike Invitational in April. The team lost the Battle in the Boro championship game, but rallied in North Augusta and won the program's third Nike National title. The Flight defeated West Coast Premier (CA) in the semi-final game and faced Boo Williams Elite (VA) in the championship. Boo Williams took the early lead, which didn't last long thanks to Becca Greenwell's own 17-10 scoring run, and gave the Flight a 31-27 halftime lead. They ended the game with a 68-61 victory and an EYBL championship banner.      The 2012 Flight Silver team featured top prospects such as Becca Greenwell, who led the team with 22 points in the championship game, Nina Davis, Kaela Davis, Tyisha Petty, and Olivia Jones. Also key to the 2012 team was Alexa Middleton, who took over point guard duties after Petty went out with an injury. The 2012 Nike Nationals event also marked the EYBL debut of Crystal Dangerfield, who added minutes at the point as well, and shooter Jaycee Coe. 

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