THUNDER AND SPORTSMANSHIP RULE ROYAL OAK

June 27th, 2018

Girl Power

Two things rang true today at Royal Oak Middle School:  Thunder in the skies and sportsmanship on the court. “I am so impressed to see so much class and sportsmanship,” said Red Division Coach Jillian Gomes, “It makes coaching fun!”

Players have been supportive all week long.  Players like Richard Powe, Davis Van Every, Matthew Dilley, Rachel Zapatka and Erin Yeats have all been perfect examples of sportsmanship.  From helping their teammates up or being appreciative of opponents achievements, they have made the camp a great experience for all.

Other players making names for themselves:

Coach Dylan on Taylor Vance: “He never complains about a call, a sub in the game or hard work.  He is very positive”

Coach Mitchell on Will Qualman: “Balled out in Lightning he made the final two in every game!”

Coach Sammi on Adam Saad: “Adam is supportive of all his teammates and is always listening to the coaches.”eCoach POTD

On the court, three players (pictured) earned the eCoach Fundamental Player of the Day Award:  Aliya Saad, Lily Shipman and Brayden Kubicki.  All three showed the willingness to learn and work on their game at practice and implement those fundamental skills in game action. Well done.

STANDINGS:

For all team Standings (3-on-3, 5-on-5, 4-Ball): RO Team Standings

For the final free-throw scores: RO Free Throw Scores

WEDNESDAY’S IMPOSSIBLE QUESTION:

Name the two players the Detroit Pistons drafted in the first round of the 1981 NBA Draft!  Write down the correct answers on a 3×5 piece of paper and turn it in on Thursday morning.  Correct answers will be placed into a drawing for cool Pistons Autographed items!

 

 

 

 

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