J-V basketball teams will get their time in the spotlight this week during the
Subway J-V Basketball Tournament. The tournament, which features boys' and
girls' teams from three visiting schools, begins this Thursday afternoon.
basketball coach Amy Fogle offered some background on the event.
-- (J.V. Tourney 1 "Kodiak
in the ... all came about.")
Fogle said that the varsity
teams get 20 or more games per season while the J-V teams usually play between
12 and 18 games. She said that playing 3 extra home games is a big bonus for
-- (J.V. Tourney 2 "Anytime
the JV ... are excited about.")
Fogle's excited about the
tournament too, even though she'll only be there "in spirit."
-- (J.V. Tourney 3 "You
know anytime ... the way around.")
Kodiak's Subway is footing the
bill to bring the J-V teams here. It was Fogle who approached Owner Dan Rohr
about the possibility of sponsoring the tournament. Rohr said that Fogles'
reputation for hosting events was one of the reasons he agreed to sponsor this
-- (J.V. Tourney 4 "She
put together ... excited about it.")
The visiting teams are the Grace
Christian Grizzlies, the West Valley Wolfpack and the Valdez Buccaneers. Tomorrow
(Tonight), the Kodiak boys' J-V team plays its first game at 6 p.m.. The girls'
team plays its first game at 7:45 Thursday night.