a SAASTA competition in Adelaide recently. The school entered a girls team into the basketball competition, a boys team into the touch football competition and a boy's team into the basketball competition. The boys basketball team was undefeated. Physical education teacher Brad Stubing (far right) said he was proud of the students' efforts.
"Up until the touch footy grand final the boys had been undefeated, but it was a very, very close game."
"It all came down to their training, the leadership they displayed and the fact that they just took control of the field," she said.
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was good and the team was happy to come away with first and second place.
Stuart High School aboriginal community education officer Tamy Pond said the students had done well at the competition.
Stuart High School entered a team into the boys' basketball and touch football competitions and a girls' team into the girls' basketball competition.
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The team had also competed in a previous competition which it had done well at, Ms Pond said this would have contributed to the victory as well.
Ms Pond said the teams had all trained hard in the time leading up to the competition.
Physical education teacher Brad Stubing said next year's team of boys would be hoping to win the competition but the sports could possibly change next year.
The competition was held in Adelaide with 14 different schools from around the state competing.
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Students from Stuart High School bounced, shot and threw their Saucony Madewell way to first place in a South Australian Aboriginal s Training Academy competition recently.
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"The boys came second in touch football and lost the grand final by just two points, they were undefeated in the basketball competition and the girls did well in their basketball competition but unfortunately didn't win," she said.
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