Tonight, the tired Storm team played the way they felt. Playing in their 10th game since December 6th has taken its toll, but in the second half tonight the Storm mustered enough energy to get the job done.
One spirit can inspire others.
We feel the energy on the playing field when one student dares to fly above his or her personal best. Every heart beats faster, each breath is drawn deeper and every spirit draws strength from another’s courage.
This afternoon the Storm used a hot shooting start to beat the #3 ranked “AA” team in the province in their home tournament.
Last night the Storm used a 14-minute charge to beat WPGA in the second round of the Shamrock Tournament hosted by St. Pat’s High School.
The Grade 8 boys basketball team pushed their winning streak to 6 games tonight with a convincing 54-37 win over Lord Tweedsmuir.
For most of last night's game against Windemere the Storm were within striking distance and even held leads throughout the first half.
The Grade 8 boys basketball team continued their winning ways on Tuesday night with a 52-50 victory over the grade 8 boys from Tamanawis.
Tonight, the Storm opened league play against Pacific Academy with a solid 68-60 victory.
The junior girls basketball team competed in their first tournament of the season at Arch Bishop Carney in Port Coquitlam this past weekend. Their first game was a convincing win over DW Poppy.
Tonight, was the battle of the Storms as Southridge battled the Fraser Valley “AAAA” Chilliwack Secondary Storm.
The Grade 8 Boys basketball team has had a solid start to the year.