FCA March Madness game

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FCA March Madness game

Students shoot a shot with seven minutes left.

Students shoot a shot with seven minutes left.

Students shoot a shot with seven minutes left.

Students shoot a shot with seven minutes left.

Tristian Lewis and Cassidy Brackett

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On Tuesday March 26, the Chapman Fellowship of Christian Athletes hosted the annual student versus faculty “March Madness” basketball game. Though it was a close call, the faculty took home the victory with a score of 51-49.

With spring fever kicking in, students were clearly glad to get a break from their fourth block classes for the day while they supported their favorite teachers, principal and peers.

“I enjoyed playing the game because it supports a great, student-led organization in FCA,” Principal Andrew Mcmillan said. “I also like having events where our student body has fun and enjoys a break from the rigors of academic work.”

This was a game that students and teachers had been looking forward to all year, and excitement was evident on every player’s face during the entire game.

“My favorite part of the game had to be whenever I pump faked at the three-point line, and Coach Skinner went flying over me trying to block my shot,” Junior Stelly Musser said. “We had been giving each other a hard time before the game, so it was really funny when that happened.”

In order to participate in the game or the half court knockout game, students were required to support FCA by paying only two dollars. Each class had to raise $20 for FCA in order to go to the gym to watch the game.

“I enjoy supporting our teachers and their initiatives for ways to build school culture,” Mcmillan said. “Kudos to Mrs. Kuhn and Ms. Hendricks and all the FCA leaders for organizing a first class event.”

 

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