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The St. Michael Academy girls basketball coach is fresh off of leading the Eagles to a state Federation championship, and they were recently ranked fourth in the nation in ESPN’s Fab 50 preseason poll.

But where’s the respect?

One recent afternoon on W. 33rd St. in Manhattan,wholesale jerseys from china the Eagles are waiting to begin practice but find themselves playing second fiddle to a step team tryout.

The Eagles should be warming up on the decrepit court, which doubles as an auditorium at the tiny girls school; instead, they are watching would be steppers clapping their hands and stamping their feet.

The players look to their left, amid the clamor, and the auditioning steppers follow suit.

Paschall has entered the gym, and instantly he receives the all eyes on me treatment. He has just stolen the scene, as he usually does when he steps foot onto any court.

Paschall laughs off the situation with the steppers, but on another day the scenario might have helped feed his me against the world mentality, a mindset that Paschall employs not only to motivate his team but also to function in life.

Simply put: He’s 6 3 and 260 pounds, with an outsized chip on his shoulder to match.

“I have to have that atmosphere around me,” Paschall says of his inclination to embrace the role of underdog. “It’s strategy,” he adds.

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http://www.cheapnflsalejerseys.com “It’s how I maneuver. Sometimes I’m looking for it. Sometimes it’s right in your face.”

Growing up, Paschall didn’t have to look too hard to find such an atmosphere. He was only 7 when his mother, Elaine Bartlett, went to prison for selling cocaine. She received 20 years to life, the mandatory sentence for a first time offender under New York’s Rockefeller drug laws.

Bartlett served 16 years, and was released when then Gov. Pataki granted her clemency in 2000.

Her story is chronicled in “Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett,” a 2004 book by Jennifer Gonnerman.

In his mother’s absence, Paschall bounced back and forth between his father’s home in Brownsville, Brooklyn, and his grandmother’s on the lower East Side, the neighborhood where he now lives.

That’s just scratching the surface of Paschall’s staggering lineage. His uncles died a year apart, in 1992 and 1993, one stabbed to death while attempting a street corner robbery in the Bronx, and the other of an AIDS related illness.

Another uncle is still in prison, having admitted to five murders and involvement in narcotics trafficking. Paschall’s younger brother also did prison time for selling drugs. An aunt is living with HIV, and another lost her life two years ago because of complications during childbirth.

All the while, Paschall, 32, has used basketball to escape. His grandmother helped him with tuition for LaSalle Academy, and he swore he would go down a different path.

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