Sports Report – ISA Round 8
It was great to see the rain falling down at long last and hopefully this will provide much needed relief for all involved in the bushfire crisis.
The outdoor sports were all washed away with only basketball taking place at school. Chev hosted St Pius in the Boys A and B team fixtures. There were many close matches and good quality basketball for all in attendance.
The youngsters started the day’s play with both 13’s teams winners. For the A’s, Tommy Philp starred with 19 points in a 28-26 win. For the B’s, Tanishq Singal stood out in a 38-13 victory.
In the 14A’s game, Will Burke starred, and Liam Nyholm was best for the 14B’s before being injured late in the game.
Both 15’s teams were winners in good matches, Nathan Bowditch was a standout for the A’s.
In the 17A’s, Bailey Doust had his best game of the season, and Matthew Wray was outstanding for the 17B team.
In the 1st’s game, the Chev Boys had periods of good play but finished on the wrong side of a 64-77 scoreline against a good St Pius team. Chev’s best were Jackson Philp and Riley Ottosson.
The Girls 1sts travelled to St Paul’s and went down 65-75 with Sarah Bull playing really well. The 2nds won 28-25 thanks to a Sophie Irvine 3 point buzzer beater.
The Junior A’s went down 25-34 with Annabel Brennan Chev’s best. In the Junior B game it was another close one with Chev losing 16-20.
So good to see the Chev grounds and gardens getting a good soaking. Too hot one week, too wet the next – what will this week have in store?