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BISB Student Competes in U.S. Squash Tournament

BISB student Amar A. placed 7th recently in a New England regional competition of the United States Squash league. Read more about his accomplishment.

We would like to congratulate Year 6 student Amar A. for his amazing accomplishment: competing in a U.S. Squash competition in Belmont, MA last month.

Amar, who said he's been playing squash since he was only 2 years old and hopes to continue the sport for years to come, competed in the Massachusetts State Regional Junior Championships for players 11 years old and under on February 21 and 22.

He said it was a nervewracking experience- and his first U.S. Squash tournament- but that he enjoyed the competition and always manages to have fun playing.

Congratulations to Amar!