Georgia Bulletin

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Decatur

STM Girls Take The Court For A Cause

By MICHAEL ALEXANDER, Staff Photographer | Published January 17, 2013

The St. Thomas More sixth-grade girls basketball team was crowned champion of the sixth annual Sam Robb Memorial Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament, which was held Dec. 27-29.

The team raised over $800 for pediatric cancer research. Of that money, $350 was raised prior to the tournament during a cookie swap fundraiser at the home of one of the team’s players, Loren Marie House. The money was presented to the Robb family following the championship game.

The St. Thomas More School sixth-grade girls basketball team presents the signed ball-trophy to principal Jerry Raymond. The team members include (l-r, knelling) Assata Quinichett, Kate Glennon, Loren Marie House, Ellie Glenn, Hannah Palmer, (l-r, standing) Gwen Conway, Feruz Mussie, Regan Bates, Eve Beyer, Olivia Stephenson, and Sydney Morrison. (Photo Courtesy of St. Thomas More School)

The St. Thomas More School sixth-grade girls basketball team presents the signed ball-trophy to principal Jerry Raymond. The team members include (l-r, knelling) Assata Quinichett, Kate Glennon, Loren Marie House, Ellie Glenn, Hannah Palmer, (l-r, standing) Gwen Conway, Feruz Mussie, Regan Bates, Eve Beyer, Olivia Stephenson, and Sydney Morrison. (Photo Courtesy of St. Thomas More School)

The St. Thomas More School sixth-grade girls basketball team presents the signed ball-trophy to principal Jerry Raymond. The team members include (l-r, kneeling) Assata Quinichett, Kate Glennon, Loren Marie House, Ellie Glenn, Hannah Palmer, (l-r, standing) Gwen Conway, Feruz Mussie, Regan Bates, Eve Beyer, Olivia Stephenson and Sydney Morrison. (Photo courtesy of St. Thomas More School)

This team of girls has won the championship three consecutive years—they also won it as fourth- and fifth-graders.