Yearbooks from AESS highlight the accomplishments of previous AESS teams. The senior boys basketball team is putting the call out to all former Chieftains to register for their first annual alumni tournament.

Call goes out to all Agassiz Chieftains

Alumna basketball tournament hosted by AESS senior boys

Calling all former Chieftains — your alma mater needs you.

The Agassiz elementary secondary schol is looking for any and all former basketball players to come out and take part in the First Annual Chieftains Alumni Tournament.

So far, about 60 alumna have signed up to play in the April 12-13 tournament, some from as far back as the 1980s.

But coach and teacher Kyle Dickey says they’re hoping to find a few more players. There is a fee of $20 for all players, and that money will go directly back into the senior boys basketball program at AESS.

The tournament is being organized by the senior boys team.

For more information, contact kdickey@sd78.bc.ca.

 

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