Dec 13, 2022
D. Schaper-Kotter | NDRS
The Gr 8 Girls basketball team played their second game of the season and battled very hard against Crofton. The girls went on to play in the STA invitational tournament, Thursday and Friday. Despite countless injuries and playing two back-to-back games, the girls won two of their three games. The girls showed great skill and grit, and we look forward to seeing this type of play throughout the season.
The Junior Girls’ basketball team travelled to the island this past weekend to compete against some very tough junior teams. There were some standout performances by Peyton Cagampan and Angela Soriano. The girls take on Saint Pats this Wednesday at Saint Pats at 2pm. Good luck girls!
Best of luck to the Varsity Girls basketball team as they also take on St. Pat's this week at St. Pat's at 5pm. Go Jugglers!
The Grade 8 Boys basketball team have their first game of the season against St. Pat's at St. Pat's on Wednesday at 10am. Good luck, boys!
The Grade 9 Boys basketball team finished 5th at the JO tournament matching up against some really tough junior teams and playing some great basketball!
Players of the game were awarded to Sayj Gill, Anson Cheung, and Pietro Andreola. Also a special congratulations goes out to Anson Cheung who was awarded tournament All-Star!
The Varsity Boys’ basketball team WON the JO tournament, defeating Cambie from Richmond 79-47 in the final. The boys battled hard throughout the tournament and played some great basketball. This was an awesome way to start off the season!
Players of the game in the tournament were awarded to Max Brougham, Martin Yangco, and Wes Cantor. A special congratulations to Adam Buric who was awarded a tournament All-Star and to Max Brougham who was awarded tournament MVP!
All basketball teams, except for the Senior Boys, will be playing St. Pat's at St. Pat's on Wednesday throughout the day:
11:00am: Gr8 Girls
12:30pm: Gr8 Boys
2:00pm: Junior Girls
3:30pm: Gr9 Boys
5:00pm: Senior Girls
Keep an eye on the ND Athletics Instagram for updates!
This Athlete of the Week made a quick transition from throwing touchdown passes to draining 3-point shots. He was a standout at the JO tournament this past weekend and was named the Most Valuable Player of the entire tournament. We can’t wait to see what he can accomplish in his final year of Juggler basketball. For the 2nd time this year, congratulations to Max Brougham!