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Sport Update

  • ACAMIS Basketball Jan 2016
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Dear BSB Sport Followers,

As I write this I am just about to leave for Shenzhen, China accompanying/coaching our U19 girl’s team at this year’s ACAMIS Gold Division Basketball Championships hosted by The International School of Nanshan Shenzhen (ISNS). As is tradition BSB's Principal, Mr. Andy Puttock, was able to stop by and say some encouraging words for our departing teams as we left Beijing (BSB) for Shenzhen. Our teams (boys/girls) played their first game Thursday 28th January versus Hangzhou International School (HIS). The boys game went back and forth with the boys losing a very close game 24-23. The girls went up against a more seasoned HIS squad losing 30-13. The ACAMIS tournament will conclude on Saturday 30th January, with our teams returning back to Beijing Sunday 31st January.

ISNS has supplied the following site to watch follow the action Live: http://www.acamisbasketball2016.com .

Also this past week we had the privilege to host for the 3rd time our annual BSB Handball Invite for ages/divisions: U11/U10/U9/U8. The BSB core sport Invites (Football/Handball/T-ball) for primary have grown and grown since we launched these events three years ago. Typically ISAC primary sports were geared around the U11 and in some instances U10 age groups. We felt so many students lacked opportunities and a chance to play competitive sport that we decided to organize our own BSB Invites for all the primary core sports we have on offer at BSB and within Beijing.

As primary sports at BSB are all inclusive meaning we do not have any cuts to play (if you want to play you can), our schedule of BSB Invites gives all students an opportunity to play competitive sport against other schools in Beijing no matter your level. It also allows our first teams for ISAC at the U11 & U10 divisions to have some very competitive practice before their ISAC City Championships and also allows for us to have all BSB players from Y3-6 organized and playing in a tournament of their own no matter if they are a member of our ISAC teams or not.

On Tuesday and Wednesday this past week, it was a real privilege to see just how big these Invites have become with 8 other Beijing schools (over 400 students making up 60+ teams) coming to BSB to participate in our annual Handball tournament. Our lead Handball coach and Head of Primary PE, Ms. Joanne North has put together these results as well which you will find below.

Just another reminder, Season 3 starts the week of 1st February 2016 for U19-Football, U14-Basketball, & Primary-T-ball. U13 FOBISIA training now starts the Season 3 training schedule and Aquabears swimming remains unchanged from previous seasons.

As always do let me know if you have any questions and Happy Chinese New Year everyone!

Update from: Mr. Travis Washko, Director of Sport & PE

From Ms. North:

The sports department had another busy week running the Primary Sports 3rd Annual BSB Handball Invitational Tournament. On Tuesday 26th January we had 50 of our own girls playing in their tournament.  They competed  in their respective age groups, from Under8 Yr3 1 team , U9 Yr4 1 team , U10 Yr5 2 teams and U11 Yr6 2 teams. They played against BSB SAN/HISB/WAB/YCIS/BCIS/BIBA.  The girls battled their way through their games with energy, spirit and determination and did a fabulous job, which resulted in the following results:

U8 Girls

1st: BSB SAN

2nd BCIS

3rd BSB SY

 

U9 Girls

1st: BSB SY (CHAMPIONS)

2nd HISB

3rd BIBA

 

U10 Girls

1st: YCIS

2nd WAB A

3rd BSB SY A

5th BSB SY B

 

U11 Girls

1st: BCIS

2nd BSB SY B

3rd BSB SAN

4th BSB SY A

On Wednesday 27th January we had 100 of our primary boys playing in their tournament.  They competed in their respective age groups, from Under8 Yr3 3 teams, U9 Yr4 2 teams, U10 Yr5 2 teams and U11 Yr6 2 teams. They played against BSB SAN/HISD/WAB/BCIS/. The boys fielded very competitive teams, where the majority were able to hold their own and  take control of their games, which resulted in multiple victories. An excellent effort from all players and a super end to the handball tournaments for this season. BSB boys results are as follows:

U8 Boys

1st: BSB SAN A

2nd BSB SY B

3rd BSB SAN B

4th BSB SY A

5th BSB SY C

 

U9 Boys

1st: BIBA

2nd BSB SAN A

3rd BSB SAN B

6th BSB SY B

7th BSB SY A

 

U10 Boys

1st BSB SY A (CHAMPIONS)

2nd WAB A

3rd BSB SY B

 

U11 Boys

1st BSB SY A (CHAMPIONS)

2nd BSB SY B

3rd BSB SAN

Update from: Ms. Joanne North, Head of Primary PE

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