The Kwalikum Secondary senior girls basketball team and their alumni counterparts were all smiles following play in the annual Alumni Basketball Tournament Sunday

Misfits maintain mastery

Six teams of alumni join current Kwalikum Secondary basketball teams on court in annual alumni tournament

While the smell of Rub A5-35 still lingers, the KSS Alumni Basketball Tournament came to a close last weekend with no major injuries suffered.

The annual instalment of the KSS Alumni tournament had another good showing this year, with former Kondors taking to the court at KSS once again to catch up with old friends to see who could still play.

In total, there were four teams on the men’s side, along with the KSS senior boys team, in the tournament while the women had two teams on hand, the most in recent memory, to go along with this year’s senior girls team at KSS.

In the end, it was the Perennial Misfits (2012-2013 Grads) taking home the Alumni Championship, with three wins and one loss. Tournament MVP went to Sandy Balidiong, who played for the Misfits.

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