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BISS Lions Basketball Team Travel to Tianjin for ACAMIS Tournament

13 January 2016

Since the start of term, the D1 team have been hard at work preparing for the annual end of season ACAMIS tournament in Tianjin. This has included additional weekly early morning sessions as well as weekends. 

  • BISS Lions Basketball Team ACAMIS

With a record of 7 wins and 2 losses in what was always going to be a difficult transitional season has so far, turned out to be better than expected.

Having won the previous three ACAMIS competitions, the Lions are hoping to do well in Tianjin this year.

Jamie Shen's sharp shooting and Tasos Chicolooolos' strong inside presence coupled with Jasper Demayer's energy and superb defensive skills should see the team at least, make the final. The main hurdle will be the inexperience of their supporting cast. The younger members of the team ability to stay composed and execute set plays in pressure situations will be the determining factor as to how well the team does. Regardless of where they finish, Coach Lister is extremely proud of the progress made by his young team.

The Lions tip off their first game at 8am Thursday morning. Stay updated by checking the blog and social media regularly for score updates.

Luke Lister, Head Coach and History Teacher