Middle and high school basketball players, who will become the future leaders of Korean basketball, are developing their skills through monthly competitions. Jump Ball, together with Steez, plans to select middle and high school basketball prospects every month and provide them with training supplies. The first characters of ‘Jumpball & Steeze Player of the Month’ are Gwangju Munhwa Middle School’s Park Joo-hyun and Chuncheon Girls’ High School’s Seong Su-yeon.
※This article was published in the May issue of Jump Ball, a professional basketball magazine.
Park Joo-hyeon (junior) from Munhwa Middle School and Seong Su-yeon (junior) from Chuncheon Girls’ High School performed most prominently at the 48th National Men’s and Women’s Secondary Basketball Championship held in Yeonggwang, Jeollanam-do from April 4 to 13. On the first day of the girls’ high school preliminaries on the 8th, Seong Soo-yeon vomited her spirit by recording a quadruple-double against Hwabon High School with 15 points, 12 rebounds, 14 assists and 10 steals.A quadruple-double that records double digits in four categories of points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocked shots is a record that rarely comes out. This is the first time a quadruple double has been played on a girls’ high school stage. Chuncheon Girls’ High School only has 5 players. Even with no replacement players, Seong Su-yeon and Choi Ye-seul showed their fighting spirit and overcame the forced march of 4 days in a row and reached the semifinals of the tournament.
Park Joo-hyun is the main character who led the Munhwa Middle School to the final in the association’s chess competition. It is the first time since the team was founded in 2011 that Munhwa Middle School reached the final in a competition hosted by the Secondary School Federation. In 2015, when Lee Seung-hoon (Changwon LG) was in the weekend league, 3rd place was the best result. 온라인카지노
The game in which Park Joo-hyun’s performance stood out the most was the semi-final match against Whimoon Middle School. In this game, Park Joo-hyun contributed to the team’s 1-point victory (71-70) by performing as a triple-double with 20 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. In the final, they were defeated 60-113 among the three strongest players in the south-central region, but it was a meaningful achievement for Munhwajung.
Seong Soo-yeon and Park Joo-hyun were provided with 1 Molten BG4500 No. 6 basketball, 1 weight ball provided by Steez, 10 skill cones, 2 practice clothes, and socks/hair bands.