Lecturer: Ms. Natasha Brown
Date: March 15, 2012
On Thursday February 9, 2012, at Mario’s Bowling and Entertainment Palace 7pm, the two teams that played were Scotia Trust and Commonwealth Bank. I did like my experience at the alley it was a great one, that night was another nail-biter for Team Scotia Trust. They reigned victorious by upsetting Commonwealth Bank the number two team in the league by winning two games and losing one, pushing them to the number three position. Barbara Scott turned in a stellar performance by bowling her highest game of the season 180 and she was assisted by Verlene Harris, who helped won the game that night. The final scores of that night, was Scotia Trust with 300 points and Commonwealth Bank with 270 points. What I didn’t like about my experience was the fact that the arrangement was not organized at all. The game was supposed to start promptly at 7pm but they couldn’t, because most of the team mates didn’t arrived as yet. So unfortunately, the game had to start at 8pm, for most of the team mates being so late that was really like an inconvenience. My thoughts on how this event could be educational for students, by teaching you teamwork. This sport would help you learn to work with teammates, both good and bad ones. Basketball
The Queen's College Comets kept their undefeated season in tact with a 62-54 win over the Kingsway Academy Saints on Monday February 13, 2012 at the Kendal Isaacs gym. The Comets trailed 47-45 late in the fourth quarter. Edajh Fawkes led the Comets with a team of 22 points while Daejour Adderley finished with 20. Adderley tied the game at 47 with a pair from the line and followed with a steal and layup. Fawkes followed with four in a row to give the Comets a 53-47 lead which they never relinquished. Fawkes brought the Comets crowd to their feet in the game’s moments when he weaved through traffic; ball faked defenders on both sides of...
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