In their second year with coach Roberto Arciaga, the junior boy’s basketball have 3-2 season record following won Heritage Woods by 38 on December 11, and lost Riverside by 3 on December 12th

On December 4, the team lost 57 to 66 against Pinetree’s Jr. boy’s basketball team. Captain Sharif Hebrahim, grade 10, said, “We are doing pretty well in the first half, we had a ten point lead, but at the start of the second half we were getting tired. So [we] gave them the lead. But I think we are doing well and improving.”

“The boys are still improving, we are now making good teamwork and improving basketball skills.” said Arciaga.

Javier Sy-Quia, grade 10, said “I feel like we played to a very high level that no one expected us to. Based off last year, I’m very proud of the results [that] our team [achieved] and we can [continue going] higher.”

“We are not a very tall team, so we can go faster than other teams, also we have many three point shooters, making us stronger.” Hebrahim said.

Sy-Quia said, “We are a very tenacious team on defense, that’s our ability, but we need to work harder on defensive rebounds, because we are shorter team. We need to move faster. My goal of the season is to make to Fraser Valley.”Sy-Quia said,

“My goal of this season is to make the playoffs and to bring the champion back to Gleneagle.”

Sy-Quia said, “We are a very tenacious team on defense, that’s our ability, but we need to work harder on defensive rebounds, because we are shorter team. We need to move faster. My goal of the season is to make to Fraser Valley.”