Text by Anton and Thomas
We interviewed some teachers and students who played and watched the game. When weasked Aziza, our 10 year-old classmate, “How was it like to watch your team win from theoutskirts of the match?” She distinctively replied with, “It was awesome!” Later, when we asked,“What did you think of how the two teams played?” She answered with, “Well, they both played well.”
This was a good game for the team. Most players agreed with this. They also agreed withthat we played well and everyone was proud of the team. Although, most people were not proud of how the other team played, saying they were rude and that they had bad spirit. Even thoughthis is true. Some were proud of how the other team played. Seid, and eleven year-old student playing attacker, said, “I think so, they’re pretty good, and it is fun playing with them.” Everyone was proud, and had fun playing the match.
Our coach, the P.E teacher of the whole school, Ms. Ajla, was proud of us, and thoughtwe played really well. When we asked her, “Do you like the strategy of the other coach? Why orwhy not?” She answered, “It depended on the time. The strategy of this game today he used wasn’t good, because he didn’t plan it out well enough.” We were surprised to hear that. We also wondered why she scheduled the match, so we asked her. She idiosyncratically replied, “BecauseI have scheduled these games in the past, and I want you do build your skills by facing people that are harder than you. This was the final interview.
After all those interviews, we knew everyone was satisfied with the outcome. It’s not like it’s a life-or-death situation if you don’t win. Everyone had fun, and then they left to go back to their school. The match was over, and so was P.E.