Theodor Herzl’s youngest play first sport matches

2017-05-17 06:02

THE youngest learners at Theodor Herzl Primary School played their first sport matches at the school last week.

The u/9 group consists of the youngest learners at Theodor Herzl Primary. The hockey team had a blast competing against Gelvan Park Primary School where Jemma Schewitz (Theodor Herzl) scored the first goal of the season.

They played two matches where the final scores were 3-1 in Theodor Herzl’s favour and 2-1 in Gelvan Park Primary’s favour.

The boys also had fun during their soccer matches against Harvest Christian School.

Ben Price did an outstanding job as defender and Wesley Webster and Micah Davids each scored a hattrick.

Theodor Herzl’s team won both matches with final scores of 3-0 and 5-0. – REPORTER

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