“Fighting! Run a little more! I have to pass~” A
sharp high-pitched whistle sound and the low but powerful sound of a basketball bouncing. When the cheers and cheers that erupted without rest came together, it made me feel as if I was at a rock concert. Cheers of joy and sighs of regret made the heat in the gym even hotter.
The ‘hot-blooded basketball boys’ ran around the court all day long and burned their youth. For them, it was a ‘festival’, not a simple ‘contest’. After a bout of games, everyone became friends. It was the scenery of Seocho General Gymnasium on the 29th, where the ’16th SK Knights Junior Knights Basketball Tournament’ was held.
There is probably no team that is passionate about ‘nurturing youth’ and ‘revitalizing club basketball’ as much as Seoul SK, a men’s professional basketball team. It has been holding the ‘SK Knights Team Leader Junior Knights Basketball Tournament’ for 16 years with steady interest and investment. It covers elementary, middle and high schools, and this year, the middle and high school competitions will be held first, and the elementary school will be held at the end of June. A total of 24 teams (18 middle school teams, 6 high school teams) of junior night clubs under the club participated in the tournament, and the winning team was determined through a tournament following group league matches.
9 am. Starting with the match between Hanam and Gangnam 1 team and Suji and Bundang 1 team (above middle school) on two courts in Seocho Gymnasium, the grand festival of ‘hot-blooded basketball boys’ began. ‘Junior Knights’ wearing SK’s home and away uniforms The clash between the two unfolded without a break on both courts. The cheers of the parents who came to the stadium began to grow louder as well.
Following the middle school league match in the morning, the high school league match was held from 1:30 pm. From this time on, the middle school also entered the round of 12 tournament. As the tournament began, tension began to flow in the gym. In the midst of still clumsy youth play, sometimes surprising plays appeared. Heo Nam-young, general manager of SK youth who supervised the tournament and presented the award, said, “The skills of the players are improving year by year. Some players are showing the same skills as Ellis.” It’s good. Being considerate of each other and pouring out energy on the court is what SK wants from youth players.”메이저사이트
As a result of the tournament, which lasted until evening, in the middle school division, Seobu (Goyang) won the championship after beating Uijeongbu 34-33 after extra time. In the high school division, Bundang defeated Dongdaemun 23-7. Yoon Hae-chan (17), who experienced two consecutive victories in the bunding team following last year, said, “I am so happy that I won this year as well as last year. This tournament is like a World Cup for junior knights across the country. embarrassing,” he said.
Kim Seong-joo (15) of the Uijeongbu team, who won runner-up in the middle school division, said, “I have been consistently participating in the competition while learning basketball as a Junior Knight since I was in the 4th grade of elementary school. I think.” He swallowed regret.