Isiah Anderson


Isiah Anderson is a co-owner of No Wasted Reps, LLC with Wayne and Kristen McCormick.  Coach Anderson is a Gold Licensed and Insured coach with USA Basketball, the National Governing Body for Men’s and Women’s Basketball in the United States.  With almost three decades of coaching experience, Coach Anderson has trained players at the highest levels, helping them reach their full potential.  He has worked with collegiate athletes, NBA players and international professional teams.  Coach Anderson has coached at the esteemed Nike All American Camp and directed basketball academies around the country.  He is also the author of “Trenches”, a Life Skills Workbook for Elite Athletes.

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Wayne and Kristen McCormick


Wayne and Kristen are co-owners of No Wasted Reps, LLC with Isiah Anderson and manage the operations and administration of the program.  Kristen has significant experience in accounting and administration, having managed offices for both local and international companies.  Wayne is a Partner, Managing Director and Wealth Manager at Steward Partners Global Advisory, providing investment advice to successful individuals and families.   Wayne and Kristen reside in Chester, NH with their three children, several dogs and many horses.

Chris Kelley

Chris Kelley

This will be Coach Kelley's eighth season coaching basketball. He has over ten years of coaching experience in multiple sports.  During this time, he has enjoyed coaching soccer at the indoor, recreational and travel team levels and as a manager and assistant coach for Babe Ruth Softball.  In 2017 Coach Kelley was part of the coaching staff for the 10u Babe Ruth New England Championship team that played the Babe Ruth World Series in Florida. For the last four years he has been coaching for the NH Comets Junior Olympic Softball Organization.  Coach Kelley's basketball career has all been at the Concord Boys and Girls Club where he enjoyed coaching all three of his daughters, twins Caitlyn and Ashley and his youngest daughter, Madison, on teams that have were competitive and experienced success at all levels. 
Coach Kelley has been in school administration for the past sixteen years.  For the last nine years he has served as the Principal of Hopkinton Middle High School.  Prior to becoming the Principal, Coach Kelley served in the role of Assistant Principal.  Coach Kelley is proud to be part of an educational community that focuses on and encourages students to grow intellectually while supporting their many other interests.  For the past five years U.S. News and World Report has recognized Hopkinton High School as one of the top high school's in the State of New Hampshire. 



Coach Shep is a successful basketball coach with an impressive record identifying and developing talent in his players.  He is the current, and long-time, coach of the Weare Middle School boys basketball team and has previously coached high school boys at the JV and Varsity levels for other AAU programs, bringing them to the nationals three years in a row.  Coach Shep’s success grows from his philosophy that “You need to practice the way you want to play in games.” (He’s not going to waste a rep!)  His passion for coaching comes from the understanding that it’s an opportunity to mentor and teach lessons that extend beyond the court and in appreciation for the positive connections it has provided in his life. 


Maddie Blake


Maddie is currently a Senior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where she’s working on a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Management.  In addition to her rigorous academic studies, Maddie has been a starter on the WPI Women’s Basketball team since her Freshman year.  In Maddie’s time there, the team has been Worcester City Tournament Champs 3 times, Maddie was named team MVP her sophomore year and NEWMAC runner-up her Freshman year.  Prior to college, Maddie played basketball for Bedford High School, where she was team captain her senior year.  The team was state runner-up three times in her career at Bedford.  When asked why she loves to coach, Maddie said, “I love coaching because it allows me to keep a game I love in more aspects of my life and helping kids who love the sport as much as I do is a neat experience.  Coaching the game gives a much different perspective than playing the game and I am able to guide players with everything I wished I heard and knew when I was their age.”

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