With spring coming and the temperature rising, the students became more and more enthusiastic about sports.
The mock exam has been finished last week. Therefore, part of the elective sports classes have been reduced, but elite sports have always been popular.
The Equestrian Center tested the ability of more than 60 students including new members who joined us this semester and skilled members who have mastered some skills before. We trained them in groups. In the junior group, the coach pulled the reins to help students practice basic skills. Students in the intermediate group were trained in slow steps, fast steps, running and jumping obstacles according to their abilities. A total of 10 students were selected for the advanced group, who were preparing for the "Chang San Jiao Youth Equestrian Competition" in the middle of next month. They practiced repeatedly to make their jumps more perfect. Besides, one anecdote happened last week during the rowing classes. A big fish jumped onto the students' boat when they were rowing. Finally, the fish became the students' extra meal.
In terms of league tournament, the basketball team members have gone through a full 4 months of season games. Although they missed the playoffs in the end, I was still very grateful to everyone for their contributions to the team. Their growth is obvious. They completed the tactics assigned by the coach very well, and the overall coordination was much more adept than the original, especially in the last two games. I want to particularly praise Rogers Y. His tenacious and hard-working spirit on the sports field deserves to be learned by other team players. He scored the highest in our team almost every game. He finally became Lucton's MVP in this game. I hope they can achieve better scores in next season.