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Wheelchair Handball Championship on November 9

 

The Henry Hurricanes will play in the 17th Annual AAASP Wheelchair Handball State Championship this Saturday, November 9 at 9:30 at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center in Stockbridge.                                                   Special photo

  The 17th Annual AAASP Wheelchair Handball State Championship, the fall sport for interscholastic play under the American Association of Adapted Sports Programs, is scheduled for Saturday, November 9 at the J.P. Moseley Recreation Center in Stockbridge.

  The event is being hosted by Henry County Schools in partnership with the Henry County Parks and Recreation Department. Henry County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Ethan Hildreth, will attend and present the championship trophies to the winning teams. Admission is free and fans are invited to come out early to enjoy a full day of play--please see the game schedule below. 

  Teams qualifying to compete in the championship include:

  Varsity: Atlanta Wolfpack, Houston Sharks & West Georgia Wolverines

  Junior Varsity: DeKalb Silver Streaks, Gwinnett Heat, Henry Hurricanes & Muscogee Lions. 

  Game Schedule: 9:30 a.m.       Game #1 – JV Semi-Final; 11:10 a.m.  Game #2 – JV Semi-Final;

12:50 p.m. Game #3 – Varsity Semi-Final; 2:30 p.m. Game #4 – JV Final; 4:15 p.m. Game #5 – Varsity Final.

  The American Association of Adapted Sports Programs (AAASP), headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, has developed one of the nation’s most comprehensive school-based athletic program for children with physical disabilities attending grades 1-12.  Many prominent individuals and national organizations in the industry have recognized AAASP as the model for the nation.  For more information about AAASP, please visit www.adaptedsports.org or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/American-Association-of-Adapted-Sports-Pro grams or on Twitter at: @AdaptedSports.

 

 

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