Impressed by Chieftains tournament

Nice to see gym filled with enthusiastic crowds in Agassiz

Our family had an enjoyable weekend watching the alumni basketball tournament at the Agassiz High School gym, organized by Kyle Dickey.

This tournament was needed.  It has been a long time since the community came out in the large numbers that once were common at games.  It was great to see team players come back to their old school and put on an impressive show.  So nice to see the bleachers full and people talking amongst each other trying to remember and match the faces and names of past players.

I hope this past weekend acts as an incentive to current students to be part of the comradely, the pride and competitiveness that a team sport gives you.  We look forward to next year.

Mr. Watson……you rock

S. Roy

Rosedale

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