SCHOOL-WIDE SOCCER TOURNAMENT

Fulton science academy private school soccer tournament

 

Over that last couple of months students competed in a school wide indoor soccer tournament. The tournament was split into two divisions. One division was for the younger students (first-third grade) and the other was for the older students (fourth-eighth grade.)

Students had a great time competing for a cash prize. First place students received $20.00, second place received $15.00, and third place received $10.00. Students had to rally through 30 minutes of intense competition to advance to the next round.

4TH THROUGH 8TH GRADE STUDENT DIVISION
1st Place – The Fighting Phoenix – Ameiya Pednecker, Akash and Neel Bhatt, Andre Hamelberg, Charlie Furniss, and Edgar Robitaille.

2nd Place – The Shadow Crawlers – Tesneem Sherif, Sarah Ahmed, Chandler Davis, Spiros Kefalas, Shreya Rekapalli, and Ethan Moore

3rd Palce – Jamaican Heat – Amrita Kaur, Ethan and Austin Gardner, Nihal Singh, Vishal Balyan, and Muhammed Korucu

 

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FIRST THROUGH THIRD GRADE STUDENT DIVISION
1st Place – Manchester United – Karthik Kuppuswamy, Greg Bates III, Kai Robertson, Advit Anand, Bhavin Shah, and Shreyan Ghelani.

2nd Place – The Hurricanes – Kaya Eleren, Kerim Sener, Kemal Teber, Bati Uygunca, Chase Gonzalez, and Joshua Abbey.

3rd Place – Soccer Champions – Ahad Sayani, London Greene-Richards, Krish Patel, Langston Laifang, Eshaan Bidarakoppa, and Atila Uygunca.

Students had a great time working together as a team, learning sportsmanship, and having friendly competition.

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