BSC’s intramural teams do well

Photo of billiards and table tennis teams

Photo of basketball team
The BSC Shooters, from the left, front, are Rodriguez Warren, Trey Close and Adam Taylor; middle row, Shatron Brown, Devarrio Thomas, Aaron Sapp, Lorenzo Bush and Melzie Johnson (holding the ball) and Stanley Fagg; back row, James Brown, Edward Scott (partially hidden), Steven Crowell and Deion Thomas. All are from Bainbridge.
Photo of Billiards winners
Bainbridge State College students Angel Galvan, on the left, and Tom Jones, on the right, recently won second and third, respectively, in the Association of College Unions International Southeast Sectional Recreation Tournament in Statesboro, Ga. The first-place winner, in the middle, was a student from Georgia Tech.

Bainbridge State College’s intramural billiards, basketball and table tennis teams successfully competed against other college teams from throughout the Southeast.

Bainbridge residents Angel Galvan came in second and Tom Jones placed third in the Association of College Unions International Southeast Sectional Recreation Tournament at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Ga., recently. Other Bainbridge State students participating were Otis Brown of Thomasville, Steven Crowell from Bainbridge and Keith Lewis from Camilla.

Brandon Cox and Chris Gabenski, both from Cairo, represented Bainbridge State in the table tennis tournament.

The intramural basketball team, called the BSC Shooters, traveled to the University of Georgia in Athens to compete in the National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association tournament that ended with Bainbridge State earning a 2-2 record, defeating the University of North Carolina Greensboro Spartans and the UGA-Cherry Pickers.

The team members were Shatron Brown, Lorenzo Bush, Trey Close, Steven Crowell, Stanley Fagg, Melzie Johnson, Aaron Sapp, Edward Scott, Adam Taylor, Deion Thomas, Devarrio Thomas and Rodriguez Warren. All of them are from Bainbridge.

Justin Gravlee, the director of the College’ Student Wellness Center and recreation director, said playing in these tournaments expands and increases the opportunity for competition between other schools all over the Southeast.

“The goal is to compete in more of these tournaments and to develop the Bainbridge State sports club team offerings,” Gravlee said.

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