Journey records perfect season

The Journey Middle School Grade 8 boys basketball team finished its season a perfect 6-0.

The Journey Middle School Grade 8 boys basketball team finished its season a perfect 6-0.

After winning its first game of the season at the buzzer on a last second inbound play, the boys followed up with a 15 point win in their second game. After that, they never looked back.

Great team defence and  unselfish passing saw the Dragons win 38-10, 39-12, 44-2, 41-13 to finish the regular season.

Team players are Carter Strange, Jack Price, Trey Anderson, Grant Gilbertson, Tait Bishop, Alex Kozinka, Nathan Matilpi, Dillion Watson, Kobe Morris and Hunter Swift

 

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