J.B. Martin and R.K. Smith RULE in three-day basketball tourney

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January 31, 2007 at 1:23 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

R. K. Smith Middle hosted a basketball tournament on January 11, 12, and 13. Teams from J. B. Martin Middle, Harry Hurst Middle, Cammon and R.K. Smith competed. The J. B. Martin girls team won the girls’ tournament and the R.K. Smith boys team won the boys’ tournament.

Pictured left: (back row) Jennifer Bermudez, Elise DeBruler, Paige Heurtin, Brandi Soignier, Destiny Louviere, Syndey Marshal, Alacia Gullage, Dakota Torres, Rhea Fields, Kaelyn Boyd, Michelle Creppel, Taylor Weber; (front row) Chardey Johnsen, Troichell Hills, Dauania Dunmiles, Dajanel Dunmile, Shante’ Evans, Dashanea Sandolph

Pictured right: (back row) Chris Campbell, David Williams, Derek Howard, Ahmad White, Treval Dunmiles, Lindzell Rhodes, William Becnel, Dyrenell Robinson; (front row) Je Gales, Drew Nicholas, Ronnie Greene, Dontrell Strickland, Jaylon Bryant. Not pictured are coaches Matt White and David Schexnaydre.




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