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Area Special Education Teams Shoot and Score!


Kenowa Hills High School recently hosted for the second year a regional Special Olympics basketball tournament. Schools from Byron Center, Sparta, Forest Hills, Thornapple Kellogg, Hudsonville and Holland sent teams. Kenowa Hills students filled the stands during the game, held during the school day. Kristi Koning, special education teacher for Kenowa Hills, praised the support from the general education students. Entertainment was provided between games by the varsity and junior varsity dance teams and the KH Spirit band.

 

The Knights’ Varsity cheerleading team provided some of the between games entertainment
The Knights’ Varsity cheerleading team provided some of the between games entertainment

A full house turned out for the regional tournament, complete with player fans
A full house turned out for the regional tournament, complete with player fans

Players brought their own style to the regional tournament
Players brought their own style to the regional tournament

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