👈 SWIPE LEFT FOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
As a mid- season update here is how our BUCS teams have performed so far this year.
Everyone in and around the club can be very happy with how we are performing. We are expecting the club to be bringing back a variety of silverware this season.
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A “journey” and a travel words a long 60 mile distant travel👌to encounter 2 rivals and there respected sports
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But a “road we travel” will lead us to many destinations: to enjoy company of good friends and family.my destination☝️ is clear.what surprises will encounter on your next destination?!!!
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Not the best start to our regular season in Div 1 however, last game we showed our improvements by falling short by one touchdown against Cardiff Cobras 42-47, who beat us on our opening game of the season 41-0. Onwards & upwards from here!
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This post is dedicated to my new friends, peers, and all the nice people I have met in UBC.
Thank you! ✨
I am so grateful that you have appeared in my life! I had an amazing time during the first term and YOU are definitely the reason why. Looking forward to meet you all after the winter break!
But for now, happy holidays 🎉
Beecher boys basketball continues a dominant undefeated start after keeping a consistent lead throughout their game against Goodrich on Friday, Dec. 14 at Goodrich High School. The Bucs, now 6-0, were led in scoring by junior Jalen Terry with 17 points, alongside three teammates who scored in the double digits. Sophomore Keyon Menifield and junior Earnest Sanders each scored 13 points, and senior Tyrese Harvin-Pollard added on 11 points. Goodrich sophomore Tyson Davis led the Martians, scoring 25 points with six rebounds and four assists while his teammate Nick Waterworth made six three-pointers tallying 18 points from beyond the arc. Sophomore Aidan Rubio also scored eight points for the Martians. “We were able to keep a double-digit lead most of the game. ... We didn’t have all the “Oohs” and “Aahs” tonight, but it was a solid victory. Anytime you hold a team under 60 points and you score almost 80, you know you did something right,” said Beecher head coach Mike Williams. “We executed, we did the things that we need to do.” #flint#beecher#goodrich#michigan#basketball#hoopdreams#ballislife#bucs#martians#mlive#latergram#sports#highschool
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