Fort St. James Secondary School Junior Boys Basketball Team: ready for the challenge

The Fort St. James Secondary School Junior Boys Basketball Team is ready for the challenge.

  • Dec. 9, 2015 4:00 p.m.

The Fort St. James Secondary School Junior Basketball Team are getting ready to play.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The Fort St. James Secondary School Junior Boys Basketball Team played their first game of the season on Dec. 2.

The Falcons played with persistence but lost against the strong Vanderhoof Vikings, 19 – 65.

Head coach, Chris Greenaway is in his fifth year coaching and he’s thrilled to do it all over again with a new group of students.  It’s the beginning of what he anticipates as being a great season with a dedicated group of players.

“It’s the first game and Vanderhoof is hard to beat,” Greenaway said. “But we’ve got a great group of kids this year.”



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