It was another beautiful evening for football as Taihu International School hosted another match for our competition, this time featuring our boys U15 and U19 football clubs.
The action was intense and exciting from the start of both games as both sides in each match we equally skilled. There were many exciting plays.
In both matches, Taihu scored first making the match 1 to 0. However our boys fought back hard tying the score one all in the final minutes of both games.
The final score in both matches were 1 to 1 ties.
Defensive standouts were Grade 7 Gavin Si leading the U 15 squad in steals and Grade 11 Peter Yang leading the U19 squad in takeaways.
The U15 man of the match goes to grade 7 Messi Tang for his heroic goal at the end of the game to tie it up.
The U19 man of the match goes to grade 10 Jack Chen with his equally impressive goal at the end to finish the game in a tie.
All teams played hard and with the up most sportsmanship.  Athletic director, Coach Mata, is very proud of the squads on how they represented WUIS with class and poise.
A special thanks to Mr. Roman Koslov for his coaching.
Next matches will be played in Kunshan at Kang Chao International School.

On Wednesday, October 26th, our U19 girls volleyball and boys basketball traveled to KCIS in Kunshan to play a very strong gators team.
Girls volleyball lost the first set to KCIS but rebounded to take the second set. The third set was close, with KCIS pulling out the win at the very end to win 2 sets to 1.
Team founder, Flora Lu, said the match was very close and she felt team has gotten much better this year.  Standouts of the game was Tina Wang grade 10, Angel Fang, grade 12, and Nemo Shi, grade 11.
Special thanks to coach Dwight Duckins for all his work with the team.

The boys U19 basketball team played a thrilling match against the Gators. WUIS led for over half the game. However, KCIS came back scoring 10 points making it 21 to 18 with less than 2 minutes left in the game.
Unfortunately WUIS could not overcome the penalties and lost a very close match 28 to 24.
Both sides played well. Coach Mata was extremely proud of the class and poise the boys showed throughout the match.  
Grade 10 Yutong Shen led the team in scoring for WUIS. Both grade 10 Harry Wu and team captain John Yang, grade 12, led in rebounds. Great competitions all around. We are very proud of our student athletes.