Conneaut High School was proud to present its first Holiday Basketball Tournament. On Dec. 27 and Dec. 29, Conneaut High School hosted a girl’s basketball tournament which included Edgewood Senior High School, Grand Valley High School and Ledgemont High School.
Junior Shae Brink said, “I think it was a good experience to have our own tournament, and it turned out really well.”
Ledgemont and Grand Valley ended up in the championship game, fighting for first and second place, while Conneaut and Edgewood fought for third place. The tournament brought a crowd with Christmas cheer, yelling and cheering on their team. Grand Valley ended up as the victors over Ledgemont while Conneaut took home third place with a win over Edgewood. The holiday season may be over, but Conneaut High School is going to keep giving. Conneaut High School National Honor Society has started taking donations for the Animal Protective League. Students have been bringing in items that were found on the APL’s online “wish list.” Items such as dog food, towels and cleaning supplies as well as cash donations have been brought in and will be delivered to the APL sometime next week.
Michael Mirando, president of the National Honor Society, said, “People sometimes forget about the animals during the holidays, I think it’s a great idea to give to them, too.”