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MAST Academy Boys’ Basketball celebrate their Senior Night

MAST Academy’s Boys’ JV and Varsity Basketball team played Key West High School

 

Last night, MAST Academy’s boys’ basketball teams played Key West High school. The JV Makos played first.

The first quarter was close with Key West leading 4-8. Notably, Key West scored on their own goal which gave MAST two points.

Key West broke away in the second quarter, beating MAST 20-10. MAST gained some momentum in the third and fourth quarter, however Key West beat MAST 35-47.

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Prior the Varsity Game, the Varsity Makos arrived to the Key Biscayne Community Center in polo shirts.

When the game began starting, the Varsity Makos ran out energetically to begin their warm-ups for the game. Right before tip off, the seniors were announced onto the court as the crowd cheered.

The varsity Makos were down going into the second half, however energy was still high as the MAST Academy’s Dance Crew did a performance.

Although Key West beat the Makos, the senior night was not about winning the game. After the game, Coach Phillips gave a speech to the team as the seniors received their flowers.

 

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Anthonie Page, Live Editor
Anthonie Page is a staff member for the MAST Academy student paper, The Beacon, based in Virginia Key. Part of the graduating class of 2024, this is Page’s 4th year at MAST Academy. When Page is not studying for his many AP classes or working on college applications, he enjoys writing and watching stand up comedy. Page is an active basketball player, and he spends his summers as a volunteer basketball coach for a youth basketball club. “I love playing basketball, and being a coach allows me to share the sport I love with future generations,” Page said. Page has a European background, with his family being from Greece and Italy. He aspires to study astrophysics after he finishes his final year at MAST.
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