KS3 BASKETBALL TEAM WIN 26-13 AGAINST SIDNEY STRINGER
This week our KS3 Boys Basketball Team beat Sidney Stringer 26-13, with Most Valuable Player being awarded to Armstrong I (Year 9).
All three of our basketball teams are entering their final rounds of games in the regular season this month.
4 Essential Lessons You Can Learn from Basketball
To the untrained eye, shooting seems pinnacle, but coaches and students of the game will tell you passing is often more important. That’s because basketball isn’t an individual game; it’s a team sport.
The first thing new players learn is dribbling–not because it’s the easiest, but because it’s one of the most difficult but necessary skills in the sport.
Dribbling represents the intense concentration and discipline needed to keep the ball under control as you advance down the court. It’s a difficult exercise in concentration to do two, if not three or four things at once.
Playing basketball gives students much more confidence. Students will need to communicate with each other and their captain on the court – leadership skills will gradually form.
Players dedicate their time to the game. It is a commitment whether you play one year or forty years. You give that game your heart and soul. Commitment is such a valuable thing to learn.