By Rianon Lehman Posted October 20, 2010
He-Man had great enthusiasm and lots of participation on October 13. Unfortunately, only one team could go home with the championship.
The class of 2011 kept their winning streak alive as they took home the three-peat.
“I think that the key to our victory and our three-peat was our unity as a team. We worked really hard together and made sure we had fun while playing,” said senior coach Alta Smith.
The night started out with the freshmen against the seniors. Even though they played well and tried their best the freshmen just couldn’t overcome the seniors. With a final score of 25-11, the seniors came out with the victory.
The second game was between the juniors and the sophomores. The juniors got off to a strong start, but towards the end, the sophomores picked up their play to tighten the score, but it wasn’t enough as they lost by a score of 25-18.
The third game to see who took third place was against the freshmen and the sophomores. The final score had the freshmen winning third place 25-22.
The last game to see who goes against the faculty was seniors and juniors. It was a close match, with the seniors in first from the beginning. The juniors put lots of effort especially toward the end, but by that time it was too late and the seniors took the championship, with a final score of 25-13.