Six—not three—EMCS student get Tenacious

We erred: Six, not three, EMCS basketball students attended the Tenacious Basketball camp in Shawnigan.

A group shot of the players at the Tenacious Basketball camp in Shawnigan. From left to right: Dave Sundhur (head coach)

We were informed that there were six students from EMCS at the Tenacious Basketball camp in Shawnigan, not three as we originally reported (“Three EMCS students get Tenacious” Aug. 20).

The other three players at the camp were Andy Abel (junior), Alec Mckenzie (junior), and Taylor Sulzen (senior boys’ captain). We apologize for that omission. Like the others mentioned last week (Lucas Blatchford,  Brady Greenwood , and Scott Dickie), these three also got Tenacious, preparing for the upcoming basketball season at EMCS.

 

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