Tagged: Catholic High School

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Queenstown Secondary stunned Gan Eng Seng Secondary 65-60 to qualify for the South Zone basketball final for the first time in recent history! Queenstown’s #4 downed an incredible 30 points, including eight 3-point shots to lead his team to a huge upset over Gan Eng Seng, the second round Group X winner.

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Raffles Institution (RI), on the brink of elimination from the first round, stunned Catholic High 52-51 to secure their passage into the second round of the South Zone Basketball Championship. RI’s were facing the prospect of a first round exit after they lost 44-45 to Henderson earlier in the week. This left them having to beat the formidable Catholic High team in their final group game to qualify for the second round.

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Catholic High confirmed their South Zone Championship semi-final place after winning all their group matches. The match against Zhonghua was the toughest as their opponents persisted in their attacks to close down the gap. However, the boys from Catholic High won 2-0 eventually. In the subsequent matches, Catholic High won all their games 2-0 with comfortable margins to top the group table.

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Peirce Secondary Sports Hall, Friday, February 1, 2008 – Lee Joo Chuen and Chang Wei Zhi of Catholic High partnered well to beat their Anglo-Chinese School (International) doubles counterparts 3-0 to secure the winning point as their school went on defeat ACS(INT) 5-0 in a B Division South Zone Table Tennis Championship game.

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The Singapore American School under-18 team outmuscled Catholic High School on their way to a comprehensive 67-57 win at the Singapore American School in a friendly earlier this month.
Yet Catholic High started the game well, jumping to an early 13-10 lead by the end of the first quarter.

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Geylang Serai CC, Sunday, December 16th, 2007 – Catholic High School beat Seng Kang Secondary 81-57 while the girls of Unity Secondary overcame Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary 74-48 to emerge as champions of the 2007 Dr Fatimah Under-16 Tournament, one of the biggest basketball tournaments for school teams.

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