Staff v Students Basketball

 

It was the second highly successful BPCS annual teachers versus students basketball game last week, a chance for a dazzling display of skills. Two games were played, Tuesday’s game was against the Primary students resulting in a tie on the scoreboard. 

This lead to the commentators eagerly anticipating a victory in Thursday’s game against the Middle School and College; However, the warm-up against the Primary team was just enough for the teachers to find their groove and comfortably defeat the disenchanted Middle School and College students.
 

Big thanks to contributions from all, and shout-outs to the Hawaiian shirt wearing students paying tribute to Tim’s magnificent team leadership.

 

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