High Notes, Vol 13 No 36, November 16 2012

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From the Principal

High Talent
Congratulations to Allen Fu (Year 12) who won the Year 12 Design and Technology Competition hosted by the University of Wollongong. A great effort over two days led to the U15 basketball team winning the CHS Knockout competition in Terrigal last Friday, overcoming Hunter Sports High School in the final. Congratulations to: Joshua Leo, Antony Wu, Noah Fowler, Alex So, Jack Hutchison , Nathan Sutton, Brendan Fattore, Brian Chan, Bailey Musulin and Michael Hamilton. Well done again to the coaching staff headed up by Ben Hayman. Ethan Ou and Eugene Lee (Year 10) have been selected as finalists in the Robin Anderson Film Awards from 328 entrants this year. Congratulations also to Benjamin Laird (Class of 2012) whose HSC major work has been nominated for Art Express this year. At the NSW All Schools Volleyball Tournament held last Sunday, our U15A team entered the U16 division and won, defeating Rooty Hill in the final. The boys are looking in good form for the Australian Schools Cup to be played in December in Melbourne. Our Year 7, U14 A team played in the U15 Division and won a silver medal. Congratulations to both teams on their outstanding efforts. Well done to John Seroukas, Lokesh Sharma, Connor Robinson, Peter Stephens and Riley Irwin who were runners up in the PDC Teasdale Cup final held last week. The team performed really well in this competition.

Orientation Day
There were very many people who contributed to Orientation Day being such a success this Tuesday. Thank you to all the Parents, Old Boys, staff and students who gave of their time to help make the enrolment process so seamless. A big thank you goes to Sharon Kearns and her team for processing over 190 sets of forms in record time. The evening was the calmest and most efficient one that I have been associated with. Great job!

Scholarship Applications
Newly enrolled and existing students are reminded that applications for the award of the Phillip Day Memorial Scholarship close on November 30. For boys enrolled in Year 11 2013, applications for the Sir Roden and Lady Cutler Foundation Scholarship also close on that date. Applications are treated confidentially. Application forms are available on the website.
Dr K A Jaggar

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From the Office

Letters Re Absence/Lateness/Early Leave

When your son returns to school from being absent he is required to provide a letter of explanation signed by a parent or guardian.  If your son is going to be late for school a note is also required.  Alternatively you may contact the school by phone on 9361 6910 and dial “4” for the absentee line.

If your son has an early leave note he is required to have his note signed by either Mr Barris, Mr Dowdell or Mr Prorellis before 8:55 am and handed in to the Main Office immediately after.  Each letter should be signed by a parent or guardian with the name, date and roll class of your son printed clearly.  Your son needs to pick up a leave pass from the Main Office before he leaves the school.


If you require leave for your son please, apply in writing and address your application to the Principal, Dr Jaggar, stating the reason and length of time of the leave.  Your son must then present this application to Dr Jaggar for permission for the leave.  Please remember to apply before the leave and not after.

The Principal must approve all leave applications.

Cash Register Window

Please ensure that all students have the correct money when making cash payments at the register. Remember payments can be made before school, recess and lunchtime.

Thank you for your cooperation.

First Aid

Notice to All Parents

It is a parent responsibility to notify the Front Office First Aid Staff if your son has a medical condition which requires medication. All medication such as Epipen’s need to be clearly marked with your son’s name and have a current expiry date.

Your cooperation is appreciated.

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Music Notes

Sunday Concert

A concert will be held on Sunday 18th of November for all ensembles from 3pm-6:30pm. Jazz bands will perform on the Courtyard followed by Stage Bands and string ensembles in the Great Hall. All staff, students and parents are welcome. Bring a plate, blanket and drinks to this casual concert and listen to their final concert for the year!!!


The Sydney Youth Orchestra (SYO) is now looking for young string players. If you are interested, please come to the music department more details.

Marching Band

The Marching Band will resume as of WEEK 6, on TUESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, after school.

Ensemble Rehearsals

Please check the timetable and arrive ON TIME! There are NO EXCUSES for not attending or arriving late to ensemble rehearsals. ALL ENSEMBLES START AT 7:45AM. (unless stated otherwise). Remember a ROLL is TAKEN, and 80% ATTENDANCE is required. PLEASE REMEMBER to pack up after rehearsals (tidy up the room/and stands back on rack). EVERYONE needs to help and not leave it to one or two boys. THANK YOU boys for your co-operation! Please remember PRACTICE DAILY, if only for 20 minutes is required for you to develop your awesome musical skills and make your music tutor happy. Practice makes PERFECT!!!!!

The 2012 ensemble rehearsal timetable is provided below:

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Morning rehearsals 7.45am
unless stated otherwise
Intermediate Concert Band
Room 201
Senior Concert Band
Room 201
Junior Stage Band
Room 201
Symphony Orchestra
Room 201
Senior String Ensemble
Room 101
  Senior Stage Band
Room 101
Intermediate Stage Band
Room 101
  Saxophone Ensemble
Room 201 8:45am
Training Concert Band
Room 202
Terms 2, 3, 4
Philharmonic Orchestra
Room 208
Chamber Choir
Room 201 8am
Junior String Ensemble
Room 208
Woodwind Ensemble
Room 202
Marching Band
TERM 1 & 4
Afternoon rehearsals
Start @ 3.30pm
Marching Band (MPW)
TERM 1 & 4

3.30 - 4.30pm
  Jazz Ensemble
Room 201
  Percussion Ensemble
Room 201
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SBHS Debating

MIC Report

Well I expect everyone thinks that because coaching finishes at the end of Term 2 there is no not much happening on the debating front in term 4. This could not be further from the truth we have been very busy during the last five weeks.  The first important announcement is the debaters of the Year for 2012

Year 7 Akeedh Razmi
Year 8 Thomas Shortridge
Year 9 Niyazul Bari
Year 10 Lokesh Sharma
Year 11 Khushaal Vyas
Year 12 Christopher Chiam

The second important announcement is our new Debating Prefect for next year is Khushaal Vyas. I am looking forward to working with Khushaal, but also will be sad to say goodbye to Christopher who has been a superbly passionate Debating Prefect and has not only ably assisted me over the last year, but has also pushed through a number of new initiatives such as the Debating Club and the show Debate in term 1. We are lucky that Christopher and four of the other Year 12s are keen to come back to coach at High next year.

We were really pleased to see that our Year 10 team made it through to the PDC Year 10 Grand Final and it was awarded to the opposing team on a split decision over a very minor point within the whole debate. So a very close call, but unfortunately Lokesh, Peter, Stephen and John were unable to bring the Teasdale Cup to High.

Meanwhile we have established a Years 7 and 8 House Debating Competition which will run on Fridays. Thanks to all the Year 10s and Year 11s who have offered to adjudicate these debates.  I will announce the winners in the final High Notes this term.

In addition we have four Year 8s coming along with me to the Janine Best Debating Competition at Hurlstone Agricultural School. With some better navigation skills (to get there in time!) and a knowledge of the topics beforehand we are hoping for a little but more success this year!

Some of you will be considering your future in debating next year. It is important for you to think what you got out of the program this year before you commit to continuing. You have to commit to a lot of hours after school, on Fridays and so you have to feel that the benefits are worth it. Next year we will be trying a new system from the beginning of the year as we will be organising our groups according to interests and abilities. So if you only want to come to debating to learn some skills, play some debating games etc that is fine ( as long as you are always well behaved) and we will put you in a separate class to those students who know that they want to take part in competitive debating.  So have a good think about this as I will be asking for this information at the very start of next year.
Rachel Powell
MIC Debating

More information can be found at www.sydneyhigh.org.au/debating and will be emailed to you on a weekly basis.
Please CHECK YOUR EMAIL regularly and ensure we have current contact details for both students and parents.
PARENTS: If you are not receiving weekly emails about debating please email us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and ask to be added to the parent group for your child’s year.

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High Family

The Bulletin Board for Sydney Boys High P & C.

If you would like to have any parent community news or upcoming events included in High Society, please contact Ian Sweeting P&C President This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

P&C Annual General Meeting - Thank You

Thank you to those parents who generously offered their time and help to the P&C to replace our parents leaving after the upcoming AGM.   The willingness of these parents to actively engage in school life reflects well on them.  Parents who may find nomination to a position on the P&C daunting may wish to consider offering their help for the many individual projects that the P&C are promoting.  Under such an arrangement, parents would not be expected to attend meetings, rather to remain in contact with the P&C volunteer coordinator in relation to their individual project.  If this sounds like something that you are interested in, please contact the P&C at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   or myself at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

A reminder that the P&C’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 21 November in the Staff Common Room.  This date has been incorrectly posted previously in this column as 23 November. Apologies for any confusion caused.

Orientation Day - Thank You

And a thank you to Sachiyo James and all those who volunteered their time to help make Tuesday’s Orientation Day a success.  The Great Hall was at capacity with our new parents and students and the hospitality extended ensured they experienced a positive start to life at High.

Upcoming Meetings & Events

Jazz in the Courtyard: Great Hall – Sunday 18 November 5:30pm
Volleyball Dinner: Room 204 – Tuesday 20 November 6:00pm
P&C General Meeting and AGM: Staff Common Room – Wednesday 21 November 7:30pm.

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Orientation Day

Many thanks to the students who participated in Orientation Day and helped our 2013 students and families feel welcome. It was great to see both junior & senior students become involved. The school tours were popular again this year and our tour guides did a wonderful job.

I would especially like to thank the senior students who assisted our Administrative Staff in and around the Common Room. Your help was invaluable and allowed us to move through the enrolment process as quickly as possible. Thank you for doing such a fantastic job. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thank you to Mr Con Barris, Ms Julie Eggleton, Ms Annalise Mack, Mr Mick Aldous, our Program Managers & MICs for organising the students and activities.

Thank you also to the staff & students who assisted with the set up for the day’s events and to our P&C parents who provided refreshments throughout the afternoon for our new families.

A special thank you must go to our Administrative Staff. Thank you for your hard work during the long weeks of preparation and your fantastic efforts on what is our busiest day of the year. In particular, to those who gave up their evening to help make this event a success.
Sharon Kearns
School Administrative Manager

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From the High Store

Thank You from the High Store

Special thanks go to the High Store’s wonderful & caring volunteers who worked continuously up to 10 hours to service our new students to the school. Sandra Vuong, Suzana Nimac, Jenni Rajendram , Agnes Leo, Cindy Tseu, Stam Farrugia, Cora Farrell & Malin Wongthavaeevapana.

Year 9 Students Senior Uniform

Purchase your senior uniform NOW to avoid long queues:
Senior Tie: $28.50
Senior Trousers: $69
Short Sleeve White Shirt: 14-22 $29, 24-28 $31
Long Sleeve White Shirt: 14-22 $31, 24-28 $33.

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From the Canteen

As we begin running down our stock for the end of the year, in order to avoid disappointment, we advise that you put in a lunch order to get what you want, otherwise you may miss out.  Some foods will not be available.  Try our new Tandoori rolls at $4.00 each.

Thank you to the volunteers last week:

Mon: Usha Arvind, Yoshi Ita Leong.
Tues: Pauline Chan, Melissa Wang, Todd May.
Wed: Sandra Vuong, Cindy Tseu, Faidha Razmi.
Thurs: Rita Wu, Ha Tran.
Fri: Frances Salmon, Nina Ilina Lui, Sue Rynsaardt, Soogie Sim.
The Canteen Team

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School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS)

School Student Code of Conduct – Students travelling on buses must:-

  • Dip school bus pass or pay the fare when joining the bus.  This is particularly important as the data collected from the on bus fare collection system may be used for service planning purposes
  • Use school specials when provided
  • Vacate seats for adults when requested
  • Follow the driver’s instructions about safety on the bus
  • Respect the needs and comfort of other passengers
  • Behave appropriately at all times (e.g. no offensive language, no throwing things)
  • Protect bus property (e.g. no vandalism)

Students are reminded to:-

  • Only use the school bus pass for its intended purpose i.e. for travel between home and school (does not include travel to and from sporting activities)
  • Maintain possession of the school bus pass at all times.

During 2012, authorised officers will be deployed to inspect Code of Conduct compliance on school bus services in the Eastern Region.  Students who are found to have breached their obligations may lose their travel entitlement and possibly incur an infringement.

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Basketball: Shootin' Hoops

High vs. Riverview

High vs. Riverview: Term 1 2012 Results

1st WIN 93-62 C.JURLINA 28
2nd LOSS 48-41 N.SUTTON 15
3rd LOSS 21-17 S.WANG 8
4th LOSS 14-26 T.CHEN 4
5th LOSS 39-33 J.PALLANDI 9
6th LOSS 25-20 D.WANG 9
7th LOSS 36-22 L.ZHU 7
8th LOSS 45-8 R.MAHAJAN 8
16A LOSS 25-44 B.CHEN 23
16B WIN 24-18 B.TRUONG 10
16C WIN 36-22 J GILL-LEE 9
16D WIN 22-21 W.LU 9
16E WIN 24-20 H.XU 8
16F WIN 26-18 D.SHAO 10
15A WIN 51-32 B.MUSULIN 12
15B LOSS 16-22 C.LEE, J.YANG 4
15C WIN 27-13 K.LU 10
15D WIN 27-22 F.WANG 8
15E WIN 47-14 R.LI 14
15F WIN 61-19 N.HOANG 14
14B LOSS 22-17 R.SEONG 7
14C WIN 23-17 L.TAO 7
14D LOSS 27-11 D.GOH 4
14E LOSS 14-38 S.NGUYEN 4
14F WIN 45-10 W.LIN 12
13A LOSS 55-23 K.WANG,A.LI 10
13B LOSS 2-69 T.TRAN 2
13E LOSS 8-15 A.ZHU 4
13F LOSS 2-52 S.CHEN 2

High vs. Riverview: Term 4 2012 Results

1st LOSS 76-69 N.SUTTON 22+ 8 ASSISTS
2nd WIN 44-39 S.BELL 19 REBOUNDS!
3rd LOSS 43-34 J.CLEMENTS-L 12
4th LOSS 27-31 B.TRUONG 9
5th WIN 25-18 E.WANG 8
6th WIN 25-23 L.ZHNAG 9
7th WIN 23-21 W.CHOI 8
8th DRAW 35-35 W.LIU 18
16A WIN 19-16 A.WU 7
16B WIN 33-23 B.TRAN 8
16C WIN 29-21 B.DANG 6
16D WIN 41-12 C.WANG 15
16E WIN 66-10 N.HOANG 22
15A LOSS 46-24 J.GEK 8
15B LOSS 18-31 J.SONG 8
15C LOSS 26-14 A.CHEN 4
14B LOSS (OT) 35-32 J.YE 14
14C DRAW(OT) 27-27 A.LEE 15
14D LOSS 26-29 D.XIAN 14
14E WIN 27-4 P.YU 11
14F WIN 42-19 J.LOH 12

AAGPS First Grade Table

Played Won Lost For Against Points
Scots 5 5 0 532 257 10
Newington 5 4 1 359 235 9
Shore 5 3 2 323 346 8
High 5 2 3 359 326 7
St. Joseph's 5 2 3 351 395 7
Kings 5 2 3 259 301 7
St. Ignatius' 5 2 3 301 363 7
Grammar 5 0 5 204 465 5

This week against Riverview was one of the tougher games for High, although most of the Opens teams and the 16s age group managed to pull through especially strong to claim some very good wins for High. It is also worth noting that the 14Bs and Cs teams tied in regular time. A very promising outlook for High’s younger generations. Keep it up!

For 1st and 2nd Grade, this week’s performance has been none other than some of the very best basketball this season so far. 1st Grade managed to keep up with the HUGE Ignatius team the whole game, losing with a less than 10-point margin. For 2nd Grade High still remains strong at first in the table, with 5 wins and 0 losses.


An amazing display of skill and teamwork was on show by our side last Saturday as they defeated St. Ignatius in the top of the table clash at second grade level. Point guard, Bailey Musulin (personally undefeated at SBHS) and Stefan Bell (19 rebounds, 100% shooting in the game) were the outstanding players on the day. In my opinion, the whole team is performing well under the experienced guidance of coach, Mr A Hayman. As a school we need to work on our boxing out for rebounds and transition defence across all grades. Often we participate against longer, more athletic somatotypes who can more naturally rebound and run. Skill development in these areas at training under game realistic circumstance is vital if you don’t have the luxury of a Stefan Bell on the boards!

1st Grade Player Profile

Name: Nathan Sutton
Grade: Year 10
Position: Starting Point Guard

Why you started basketball: I started because my brother Josh had started a few years before and it looked like a lot of fun. My parents also played at reasonably high levels, with my dad playing a lot in America and my mum being on the state team when she was younger. Basketball also a very good way to keep me fit.

Most appreciated value of High basketball tradition: It is definitely the passion involved in it. I’ve been around some of the best players the school's ever had and just seeing the passion they have for representing the school and wanting to try their best is an inspiration.

Favourite basketball move: People who have seen me play will know that I love a running pass fake on a drive. It’s kind of my go-to move to get past a help defender

~ Go HIGH!
~ Play Hard, Play Smart and Play Together!
~ Brought to you by the Editor Glanden Zheng
~ Thank you to Mr B Hayman for all his contributions to HIGH Basketball

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High Tide

 Sydney Boys High School Sailing

10 November 2012

Rounds Four and Five of the Saturday Points score Term 4 Series were sailed on Double Bay and Rose Bay in two very different conditions. Round Four  (Sydney High’s own regatta) was sailed in very light and shifty winds whilst Round Five had plenty of wind, about 12-16 knots from the SW to S to SE to S constantly shifting. Sydney High sailors achieved mixed results in both these races. High sailors gained a 5th, 7th and a 9th place in this regatta.

David Evans and his crew sailed the most consistently this week with a 6th and a 7th placing in the two races held. Tim Pilien sailed well with Steven Chung and Patrick Han to respectable places of 13th and 10th placing in fleets of over thirty boats and good placings were achieved by Marcus (6th in the first race), Darren Tiang (12th) and Connor Robinson (11th). Hayden Rabone sailed competitively for his first race on the helm and better results are anticipated from him in future regattas.

Race 1 was a challenging race with a shifty wind gusting over 15 knots and considerable wind chop. There were a couple of capsizes and some good individual sailing performances, but Sydney High lacked the consistency and starting ability of the Cranbrook machine in these conditions, who occupied the first 3-4 positions at most marks. Sydney High, Ascham and Scots were blown out of the water.

Race 2 had some better Sydney High starts with Connor Robinson and David Evans on opposite sides of the course, both doing the right thing, by covering the leading Cranbrook sailors and seeking advantage of the numerous wind shifts. Other High sailors were less impressive with sailors not using the rules and calling “starboard” on other schools and then doing so on teammates. This sort of action is counterproductive to the team and High sailors will have to make more of an effort to perform as a team in future.

Even with a couple of poor seamanship decisions being made on the course, some good sailing was observed this week. Vincent Xu impressed with a solid start to his Saturday racing as a skipper. Vincent has shown promise on the training days and has now stepped up. Angelo Yan now knows to check that his boat does not have water in the bow, otherwise it will be difficult to control the boat.

Sailors are reminded that as part of their instruction it is the skipper’s responsibility for the proper rigging of their boats. Any problems on the course are extremely difficult to correct on the water, before a race.

A reminder that the Sailing AGM is on the 24th November 2012 at DBSC sheds at 8.30 am. All welcome.

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From Tennis

High vs St Ignatius

  1st Grade Result 2nd Grade Result
D1 1 + 2 W 6-1 6-2 1 + 2 L 6-7 2-6
D2 3 + 6 L 6-4 0-6 8-10 3 + 5 L 3-6 1-6
D3 4 + 5 L 1-6 4-6 4 + 6 L 1-6 2-6
S1 Brian Tran W 6-1 6-1 Ian Li L 1-6 3-6
S2 Patrick Rynsaardt W 6-3 7-6 Carl Yang L 1-6 2-6
S3 Frank  Zhang L 4-6 4-6 Richard Hao L 2-6 0-6
S4 Josh Sangueza W 6-0 6-1 Ryo Kawahashi L 3-6 0-6
S5 Adam Smagarinsky D 7-6 6-7 2-5 unfinished Calvin Zhou L 2-6 4-6
S6 Eddy Wang L 1-6 6-4 4-6 Denny Dien L 1-6 0-6

1st Grade
Last Saturday, 1st grade headed out to St Ignatius looking to continue our superb results in the trial season. The day was set to be competitive with High currently in 2nd place taking on the 3rd placed St Ignatius outfit. It was a tough start to the day with High only winning 1 of the 3 doubles. Number 1 doubles, Brian and Pat continued their unbeaten record prevailing comfortably, 6-1 6-2. Number 2 doubles, Frank and Eddy went down in another 3 setter with two points being the ultimate difference, 6-4 0-6 8-10. Number 3 doubles, Josh and Adam fought back in the second set, however fell short in the end going down, 1-6 4-6. In the singles, Brian dominated his opponent from start to finish to win, 6-1 6-1. Patrick had to overcome four set points in the tiebreak to win in straight sets, 6-3 7-6. Frank was unable to consolidate on early breaks of serves in both sets, going down 4-6 4-6. Josh played his best match so far, easily ousting his opponent, 6-0 6-1. Eddy fought hard to take the second set after a loose first set, however fell short in the end, 1-6 6-4 4-6. In the match of the day that saw two tiebreakers, Adam held on till 5:30pm seeing the match through till the end of play, resulting in a draw 7-6 6-7 2-5. The final result was a rare draw, 4.5 matches to each team; an excellent day of tennis that displayed the competitive quality of tennis played by both teams. This week, the focus will be on individual performances as the boys head to King’s for the top 6 tournament. 
Frank Zhang

2nd Grade
This week High was at home for our rubber with St Ignatius, a tough team unbeaten this year. Although there was some trouble with the Ignatius team, all matches were able to continue. In the number one doubles, Ian and Carl fought their way to a tiebreak in the first, but lost momentum and conceded both the tiebreak and the second set, going down 6-7 2-6. The number two doubles of Richard and Calvin started off strong with good net-play, however were unable to continue their form to the second set, losing 3-6 1-6. The number three doubles of Ryo and Denny played much more experienced opponents, going down 1-6 2-6. In the singles, Ian had a loose first set and recovered some consistency in the second but not enough, losing 1-6 3-6. Carl played a tough match against his opponent but forehand errors cost him the match 1-6 2-6. Richard had a good game plan against his opponent, however was unable to execute his shots, going down 2-6 0-6. Ryo put up a good fight against an opponent who was ultimately too strong, losing 3-6 0-6. Calvin played very well after losing the first 2-6, putting up a good fight in the second which was lost 4-6. Denny filled in for 2nds this week and had a difficult task against his opponent, going down 1-6 0-6. After losing the past couple of rubbers and some lacklustre performances, the team is working very hard to improve on consistency and game plans.
Ian Li  

For more info check out the tennis website at: http://www.sydneyhigh.org.au/tennis/

5th Grade
On Saturday the 10th of November, 5th grade tennis played Saint Ignatius College on their courts. Whether it was due to the difference in playing on a hard court and having to adjust to the extra bounce in the ball or simply being outmatched, we were delivered a series of losses, some evidently close and some, while close in reality, do not appear to be so on paper. Nonetheless, our 0-6, 5-6 (1-7), 5-6 (4-7) and 1-6 scores in order of 5.1-5.4 were still fought for, battling the opposing player as well as the wind. I found that, at least for myself, despite being up in points at times, I was unable to take the final step and win a game. It was a moral challenge as much as a physical one, and I’m sure we’ll push ourselves just that little bit extra next time to secure the win.
Calum York

16s Tennis Match Report
The 16s tennis team played Saint Ignatius College for the fifth week of the GPS Trial Season. With new doubles combinations, High was no match for the dominating pressure and tactics displayed by the opposition with only one of the eight doubles being won. This lack of preparation was also reflected in our singles performances, with two of the sixteen singles being won. Congratulations to the A1 and B4 players’ both of whom won their matches very convincingly 6-3 and 6-2 respectively. This week’s experience indicates to us the high level of competitiveness and skill produced throughout the GPS system.
Captain: James Chee, A1

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Tennis Season Barbecue

When: 1st December 5.30- 8.30pm
Where: SBHS
Who’s Invited: All SBHS Tennis Players
Cost: $25 + bring some gold coins

Promises to be a great evening:

  • Take a shot at the pro
  • Enjoy Pro celebrity match
  • How fast can you serve
  • Plenty of competition games
  • Get some tips from the Pro
  • TieBreak Shootout

Support SBHS tennis
See you there!

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