as mentioned in The Woodrow Wilson High School girls’ basketball team was boarding a bus to go to an away game Saturday morning.
CAMDEN, N.J. — A high school basketball team in South Jersey got quite a scare over the weekend before a game, reports CBS Philly.
“We’re proud of how quickly our students, staff and families responded to it,” Lowe added.
“This was a random and deeply unfortunate incident,” says Brendan Lowe, who’s with the Camden City School District.
Everyone else made it off the bus safely, before the dog was trapped inside.
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5th grade coed basketball team chooses to forfeit season instead of kicking girls off the team
NJ.com detailed the story of the St. John’s 5th grade basketball team after the league’s director handed down the ruling that a coed basketball team was not allowed in the boys league.
A New Jersey CYO basketball team made up of 5th grade boys and girls was asked to kick the girls off their team or forfeit the season.
“But if the girls play, this will be the end of your season.
Assistant coach Keisha Martel, who is also the mom of one of the girls, Kayla Martel, reminded the team of the consequences.
The players’ parents explained the league’s decision to the team, but they said they’d rather forfeit than kick off their teammates.
as informed in Two Camden high school girls basketball players are on the mend after they were attacked by a dog on the team’s bus.Members of the girls basketball team for Woodrow Wilson High School were loading the team bus Saturday around 9 a.m. when a large dog walked onto the bus.The dog attacked two players before running off the bus.The girls were taken to the hospital where they received stitches for their injuries.The team, down two players, managed to get to the win and give head coach Bernie Hynson his 100th victory.