THREE out of eight is a pretty decent return when it comes to representative sport.
Eight Parkview Public students travelled to Albury recently to represent LNPSSA at the Riverina PSSA Basketball Championships held at the Lauren Jackson Basketball Stadium.
The LNPSSA boys team proved to be unbeatable on the day, defeating Southern Highlands, Griffith and Wagga to finish as joint champions.
All Parkview representatives produced some pleasing basketball, with Connor Holden creative as a guard and Luca Pitt a strong presence as a small forward.
Tallis McMillan and Kobe O'Callaghan were both also prominent and after some outstanding displays were both selected in the Riverina PSSA representative team to contest the NSW championships being held at Maitland in May.
The girls team also produced some pleasing performances throughout the day to win two of the four games they contested.
Taylah Axtill accumulated a significant number points scored as a guard, while Sophie Taylor and Chelsea Blacker were both in the thick of the action throughout the day.
Amelia Irvin also impressed in her role as a centre, and after some impressive performances throughout the competition, was selected in the Riverina PSSA girls basketball team to contest the NSWPSSA Championships in Albury in June.
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