Seahawk Sports in Review

A relatively light two weeks in sports due to the mid-term break featured more volleyball games for both boys and girls JV teams, and a single basketball game for the Senior Girls.

The JV Boys Volleyball Team continues to face the bigger teams of BISAC, beginning with an away game at Ekamai International School. Despite taking a quick 2-0 lead, the young Seahawks could not put it away as the host Flames roared back to win three games in a row to take the match 3-2. Similarly, inconsistency and inexperience took its toll against the Lions of Harrow International School with Wells once again dropping a close match 3-2. The Seahawks were finally able to get back into the win column with a single match during the mid-term break against the Wolves of Ramkamhaeng Adventist International School. Heroics from freshman reserve Sitibhum “Tenn” Chaiwatnarathorn and Thapadit “Oxygen” Suksakorn helped the Seahawks fend off 8 game points to steal games 1 and 3 away from the Wolves, on their way to a 3-1 win.

Also seeing action was the JV Girls Volleyball Team with a home game versus Ekamai International School. Despite showing steady improvement since the beginning of the season, the Lady Seahawks were no match for the older and more experienced Flames, losing 3-0.

The lone basketball game came just before the mid-term break with the Senior Girls hosting Regents International School. Every player on the host team had a chance to play as the Lady Seahawks dominated the game from the start and cruised to a 26-8 victory.

The Seahawks come back from break with a heavy slate of both basketball and volleyball games. The Boys JV Volleyball team stays home to take on BISAC heavyweights Bangkok Pattana (Monday) and Harrow (Thursday), while the volleyball girls take a break. In basketball, Wells takes on St. Andrew’s (U11 Coed, U15 Boys, U15 Girls), BCIS (U11 Coed, U15 Boys, U15 Girls), and St. Stephen’s (Senior Boys, Senior Girls).

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