A senior basketball player takers her time to aim at the net after a fast break put her far ahead of the other players. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

PHOTOS: Fox Run athletes take on the teachers

During a pep rally students from the basketball teams played a short game agasint the teachers

To end the basketball season at Fox Run School, the teams played a couple small games just before the Easter break on April 18.

The Boys Purple and Orange teams played each other in a six minute bout and were cheered on by their classmates.

Both the senior boys and girls played an eight minute match against the teachers, and a few community member, to show off their skill from the season.

The school’s athletes are now preparing for Track and Field, which will be held in May.

 

A member from the Purple Team goes in for a layup and leaves the Orange team on the ground, and the point spread closing by two-points. Photo by Megan Roth/Sylvan Lake News

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