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Faith Classic Basketball Tournament

MCA varsity boys basketball finish second in the faith classic tournament.
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Senior Uriah Boutte poses with his all-tournament team plaque.

On Thursday, November 9, the McKinney Christian Upper School basketball team played in the Grapevine Faith Classic at Grapevine Faith High School. The tournament was formatted in a bracket style, with each team moving on if they won and exiting the tournament if they lost. MCA played their first game against Fort Worth All Saints and dominated that game with the final score being 71-30. In the second game, they faced Trinity Christian Academy Willow Park and defeated them with a score of 57-48. In the semi-finals, the Mustangs narrowly defeated Grapevine Faith 63-59. In the championship, MCA fought hard, but came up short to Midland Christian with a  score of 58-70. At the end of the tournament, Senior Uriah Boutte was selected for the all-tournament team.

The next Upper School boys basketball game is on Saturday, November 18, against St. Johns at home.

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Wyatt Neale, staff writer
Wyatt Neale is currently a Sophomore and this is his first year at MCA. Neale is excited to get involved with the Newspaper and exercise his creative writing skills. Neale also serves on the Worship Band at MCA and enjoys spending time with his friends and family. His biggest priority is his relationship with the Lord. He hopes to make an impact this year as well as great new memories. His favorite bible verse is Jeremiah 29:11-12 which says "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will hear you."