Wildcat Booster Club Basketball Tournament

The Hoop Squad claimed the title of “Tournament Champions” for the middle school division.  thumbnail139214
The Hoop Squad claimed the title of “Tournament Champions” for the middle school division.
The day’s match ups were co-ed and made the competition that much more exciting. thumbnail139215
The day’s match ups were co-ed and made the competition that much more exciting.
Our Stimson and Silas Wood athletes had a great time participating.  thumbnail139216
Our Stimson and Silas Wood athletes had a great time participating.
Competition was fierce with our high school basket ballers in the playoffs.  thumbnail139217
Competition was fierce with our high school basket ballers in the playoffs.
The Bucket Getters got bragging rights and winning t-shirts, provided by the Booster Club.  thumbnail139218
The Bucket Getters got bragging rights and winning t-shirts, provided by the Booster Club.
Thank you to everyone who came out to play! thumbnail139219
Thank you to everyone who came out to play!

The Wildcat Booster Club held their 3v3 basketball tournament at Walt Whitman High School recently, hosting Silas Wood, Stimson and Whitman players. Teams of three versed each other to determine who would claim victory at the end of each round. During the middle school semi finals, the Men in Black versed the Sharks, and the Hoop Squad and Air Ballers matched up, creating an exciting lead up to the final playoff round. In the end, the Stimson Sharks faced Silas Wood’s Hoop Squad. The Hoop Squad came out for the win, representing our sixth grade basketball players!

In the high school round, our basketball players had an equally fun and competitive time. The Shane Train and the Bucket Getters matched up in the final round of playoffs and in the end, the Bucket Getters secured the win.

Thank you to the Wildcat Booster Club for putting together another fun tournament, Mr. Trebour for keeping the day organized and running smoothly, and thank you to our students who participated!

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