David Bellamy, Staff Writer
The 2015 intramural basketball season came to an end on March 5 as The Kingdom finished their season strong with a championship victory. Many of the players from The Kingdom were also a part of the intramural flag football championship team such as first-year Drew Raab and Baker McCullough. Both played key roles in the success of The Kingdom, as Raab proved to be one of the best shooters in the league, while McCullough was the leagues most prolific shot blocker.
However, for others the season did not go as planned. Earlier in the season first-year Brodie Bordeaux had some strong words for The Kingdom after a 20-point defeat, saying that in the playoffs the outcome would be different. This would end up not being the case after Bordeaux’s team failed to make it out of the first round.
After reaching out to Bordeaux about his team’s performance he said, “greatness isn’t decided on one night, greatness is decided when you fall and come back even stronger. We will come back next year and show how great we can be.”
While he did not blame the first round defeat solely on the refs, he did say, “I would like to file a complaint about the refs, some might need glasses.”
Even though the 2015 intramural basketball season is officially over, the anticipation for next year has already begun.