Before the game even began they were there for their team photographs.
4-H Network News was there. Pictured here holding the camcorders are Jeremy Van Berkom on the left and Josh King on the right. The other 4-H kids were on the opposite end of the playing court. They could take pictures of each other as shown in the following photo.
This was a exciting game. They played hard against a very challenging team and earned every point. The opposing team had presence on the court. On this side of the court the 4-H camera people were Devon Greenwood, Dustin Finley, and Josh Steele. On the opposite side of the court is 4-H camera person Jade Senner with camcorder.
Andrea Lara dexterously throws the basketball through the hoop. In the background you can see some of the local community that was there to support the kids. Andrea Lara played a high energy game that overcame the height advantage of the opposing team. Not shown here is the basketball Andrea Lara threw successfully going through the hoop.
Not shown is Sue Hay with camera to the right, Raphael Winters behind, and Ginnie and JoAnn with the younger 4-H Afterschool Forestry Program kids, who also attended the game seated to the left.
After the game everyone showed their good nature by shaking hands with the opposing team (not shown) and walked around the edge of the court and out through these doors in the far corner.
It was a high temperature game, but any game that you can walk away from is a good one. Shown here is Naeomie Barrow (also a 4-H'er) walking out the door after the game.
This player was thoughtful enough to greet the kids in 4-H Network News upon their arrival. She also remembered to say goodbye to them and 4-H Network News camera person Jade Senner on their departure.