Fleetwood Tigers play three games at Disney World

The Fleetwood High School boys' basketball team at the KSA Classic Tournament at Disney World.

The Fleetwood High School boys’ basketball team got a break from the Berks League season over the holidays when they took a trip to Disney World for the KSA Classic Tournament

While there they played three varsity games (winning one and losing two) and two junior varsity games.

A total of 45 people (19 players/coaches and 26 family members) took the six day and five night trip.

The Tigers got the tournament started on Dec. 19 with a 66.58 victory over Upperman. Tennessee. On Dec. 20, the Tigers lost to Thomas Jefferson, 62-36, then lost to Fountain Valley, California, 68-49 on Dec. 21.

Fleetwood’s Brian Schumacher was voted the team’s MVP of the tournament.

“It was a great experience playing teams from all over the country,” said head coach Terry Sitler. “But it was the team building and chemistry that developed made the trip even more worthwhile.”

About the Author

Ric Webb is the sports editor for Berks-Mont Newspapers. Reach the author at edwebb@berksmontnews.com or follow Ric on Twitter: @berksmontsports.