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Hosted by American International School Vienna March 6-9, 2019 1


Table of Contents Welcoming Statements ISST Statement of Sportsmanship ISST Curfew, Supervision & Safety ISST Championship Rules Acknowledgments Tournament Schedule Parker Bradford Award Previous Winners & 2019 Results Rosters Internet Access Mike Maloy Gym Important Telephone Numbers

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Participating Schools American International School Vienna – Knights Vienna International School - Panthers ACS Hillingdon International School - Hawks Cairo American College - Screaming Eagles British School of the Netherlands - Lions British School of Brussels American International School in Israel - Falcons

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Welcome to American International School Vienna and to the 2019 ISST D2 Boys Basketball Tournament. Our school community welcomes you to Austria, and to the wonderful city of Vienna. We are all excited to have you here as our guests! Our Events Office, coaches, host families, and student-athletes hope you feel welcomed and encouraged to play well, to enjoy a great level of competition, and to make friends and memories during this tournament. We hope you represent your school and the ISST proudly. Organizing and running a big tournament is a great responsibility, surely, but hosting is also an honor and a great chance to showcase the meaning and relevance athletics and extra-curricular activities have for young people. AIS Vienna values the opportunity ISST tournaments provide. We believe competitions and trips develop life-themes like loyalty, friendship, sacrifice, self-reflection, and self-awareness. Years from now, we hope our students recall events like this one as integral to their memories of high school life, to the values embraced across ISST schools as reasons for sport. We thank you for entrusting us with the responsibility of hosting this important event. Good luck to all teams, and to the parents, coaches, and supporters of basketball across our schools! Sincerely,

Steve Razidlo, Director 3


Dear Guests, It is our pleasure to welcome you to AIS Vienna for the 2019 Boys D2 ISST tournament. Our Events Office has worked hard to manage the details necessary to make sure this is a weekend of not only good basketball, but a weekend where all our guests have a chance to make life long memories. As athletes you have chosen to embrace competition, which means that every time you take the floor there is not only the possibility of success, but also the risk that your efforts will not be rewarded. It is in these moments you will find the opportunity to demonstrate the best elements of your character: respect, tenacity, composure, camaraderie, and the ability to manage pressure. These opportunities can help prepare us for many of the challenges life will present, and we trust you will be proud of your memories from this weekend. We wish you the best of luck, that you have good health, and that you have a great time.

Jarret Lambie, High School Principal

Dear Guests, The American International School Vienna welcomes you to the 2019 ISST Division 2 Boys Basketball Championship. We are very happy to be able to host this tournament and once again welcome the Bradford family. My personal thanks go to the following; the AIS community who has opened up their homes to the visiting athletes, the school administration and teachers, the Tournament Staff and officials, especially the rest of the Events Office team – Andy Harrison, Claudia Bonek, Karin Hackl and Justin Carnahan without their hard work this event would simply not take place. I would like to wish you all a successful and memorable championship and hope that you enjoy your stay with us.

Nick DeForest Tournament Director

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I.S.S.T. Statement of Sportsmanship The purpose of the International Schools Sports Tournament is to provide a venue for athletes from the member schools to compete in an environment that is safe, challenging, professional and educational. Each athlete is given the opportunity to demonstrate her/his best athletic ability while maintaining a spirit of respect and co-operation with fellow athletes from various international backgrounds. Each event involves students and adults in their different roles: these include the athletes, coaches, sports officials and spectators. All those involved in the event are expected to uphold the same spirit of respect and co-operation. This spirit is demonstrated by fair play among athletes, positive encouragement from coaches, impartial judgments from officials and respectful enthusiasm from spectators. The behavior of the adults is crucial to the successful educational aspect of the tournament. The adults act as models for our athletes. Therefore profanity, deliberately making noises that distract and interfere with the performance of a competing athlete, the condemnation of coaches or officials, or any behavior that is disrespectful or degrading to the ISST standard of sportsmanship, jeopardizes the purposes of the ISST organization and, most of all, jeopardizes the quality of the experience for the athletes. As the event ensues, we ask that all of our parents, coaches, officials and athletes keep this vision of our purpose in mind.

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Curfew, Supervision & Safety The following rules and guidelines are intended to clarify what the expectations are for both host families and guest athletes with regards to curfew and supervision. 1) NO guest athlete is allowed to leave the host family’s local environment without adult supervision. Definition: It is acceptable for guest athletes to visit local (walking distance) cafes or take a walk in the local area without adult supervision. It is NOT acceptable for guest athletes to leave the host family’s local environment without adult supervision. In this case, guest athletes MUST return to the host family no later than 22.00. Student athletes who are in grades 6, 7 & 8 OR in Middle School MUST be supervised by an adult at ALL times. 2) If host family adults take guests out in the evening then it is important that they return at a reasonable hour (22.00-23.00). Furthermore, guests should be mindful that they are in competition and therefore getting enough sleep throughout the visit is important. 3) City centers and high profile tourist attractions: Clearly ISST competitions provide wonderful opportunities for visiting athletes to not only compete but also to visit some of the best cultural sites in the world. However, even if this is a host family’s local environment we urge host families to use discretion if/when visiting such sites. 4) It is only acceptable for guest athletes to travel with their housing partner(s) along with host students/parents or family members from the tournament venue to the host family before or after the day’s competition. From the housing pick up guests must be accompanied by a member of the host family or designated person cleared by the Tournament Director.

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ISST Basketball Rules and Regulations Rules FIBA Rules of Basketball Official www.fiba.com Format All games will be 4 x 8 minute in length. All overtime periods will be three (3) minutes in length. Halftime will be 10 minutes. The host school shall provide a minimum of five (5) balls for the warm up period. Promotion/Relegation will be 2 and 2. Special ISST Division 2 Rules In the case of a tie in divisional play. A tie between two teams is determined by the head to head result. When there are ties between three or more teams. the following steps will be used to determine rankings 1. Net point differential between the tied teams only (with a maximum of +/- 30 per game). Games that go into overtime will count as a victory or loss for the teams involved, but the point differential for both teams will be zero. 2. If three or more teams are still tied, the total number of fewest points allowed during regulation time (overtime points not counted) will determine the placing. 3. If three teams still remain tied, the total number of points scored during regulation time (overtime points not counted) will determine the placing. Officials Minimum: 2 Referees, Official Scorekeeper, Official Timer, 24-Second Clock Operator Following the semi-final games, the coach of each team involved in a championship game may submit the names of four (4) or more referees of preference for their final game to the Tournament Director. The final selection of referees for the final games will be made by the Head Referee.

Acknowledgements

Thank you to all those who have made this tournament possible!

Host Families Booster Volunteers Gregor Preshl (Head Ref) and Ivi Eisele (Head Table Official) All Referees and Scorers Renee McCormack and Janine Wassink (Nurses) Jim Ellis and all of the KSN staff Stacey Nolan (All Tournament Team Selector)

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POOL A

POOL B

BSN HIL CAC AIS JV

VIS ASI AIS BSB

MIKE MALOY GYM OPENING CEREMONY

AIS JV AIS AIS JV AIS

V V V V

Thursday March 7th TIME

09.00 09:30 11:15 13:30 15:15

BSN BSB HIL ASI

X1 SF1

5th 3rd 1st

V V V V

Friday March 8th TIME

VIS CAC 4thB 2ndB

V V V

09:00 10:45 13:30 15:15

BSB BSN 3rdB 1stB

Saturday March 9th TIME

W X2 L SF1 W SF2

AWARDS CEREMONY

09:00 10:45 12:30 14:00

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L X1

V V V V

CAC VIS CAC VIS

LOWER GYM

HOUSING PICK UP at 16:30 or After Last Game

MIKE MALOY GYM

W X1 L SF1 W SF1

HIL ASI BSN BSB

HOUSING PICK UP at 16:30 or After Last Game

MIKE MALOY GYM

AIS AIS JV 3rdA 1stA

LOWER GYM

V V V V

ASI HIL 4thA 2ndA

LOWER GYM

V

L X2

X2 SF2

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Parker Bradford Award The ISST Division 2 Basketball tournament has the honor of presenting the Parker Bradford Award. This award honors the memory of Parker Bradford, a deceased student-athlete from the American School of Paris. It will be awarded to the basketball player who best demonstrates those personal qualities held by the late Parker Bradford. 1) The player must demonstrate intense, consistent effort while enjoying the competitive nature of basketball. 2) The player must play with poise, composure and confidence. 3) The player must demonstrate emotional control without losing competitive effort. 4) The player must demonstrate the ability to concentrate on playing the best basketball possible regardless of the score or result. This award will be selected by the coaches.

Previous Winners 2007-2008

Matthieu Philippe

BSN

2008-2009

Nathan Siegel

ISB

2009-2010

Sebastian Vogt

ZIS

2010-2011

Logan McKee

FIS

2011-2012

Nicolo Bordignon

SJH

2012-2013

Winston Kortenhorst

ASH

2013-2014

Nathan Balthazar

BIS

2014-2015

Pablo Areso Rossi

ISH

2015-2016

Michael Carpio Koren Gilbai Daniel Sagiv

ACS

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019

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ASI ASI


Previous Champions D2 & Omega 1996

Zurich International School

1997

2008

British School of Netherlands

2009

International School of Brussels

1998

Vienna International School

2010

American Int. School Vienna

1999

Vienna International School

2000

Vienna International School

2011 2012

American School in Israel Munich International School

2001

Vienna International School

2013

American School of the Hague

2002

Vienna International School

2014

Zurich International School

2003

Vienna International School

2015

Int. School of the Hague

2004

Geneva International School

2016

Cairo American College

2005

Zurich International School

2017

Zurich International School

2006

American Com. School Athens

2018

International School of Brussels

2007

American School of the Hague

2019

1 2 3 4 School

2019 Final Standings 5 6 7 8

2019 All Tournament Athletes Player

School

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Player


American International School Vienna - Varsity Knights Name Grade Home# Away# Del Fabbro Alessandro 11 24 24 Donaldson Tomas 10 55 55 Linley Aidan 12 34 34 Melesh Oleksandr 10 31 31 Mortensen Nicolas 10 25 25 Noorian Sahand 10 42 42 Purvis Joseph 12 35 18 Sabatini Jack 11 33 33 Sur Daniel 9 62 62 Trutschmann Lukas 10 44 44 Verdoold Quinten 12 45 45 Coaches: Matt Kuykendall and Ezra Williams American International School Vienna - JV Knights Name Grade Home# Nigul Henry 11 27 Funered August 9 9 Rayal Joseph 9 60 Robert Stanislas 9 21 Ryan Adam 9 15 Ryan Aidan 9 38 Syposs Zalan 9 57 Villadsen Christoffer 9 21 Fedorov Konstantine 11 46 Kozlov Sasha 11 32 Smolenski Sasha 12 47 Walletin Tassilo 9 17 Coach: Alex Hilliard

Away# 27 9 60 21 15 38 57 21 46 43 47 37

ACS Hillingdon International School - Hawks Name Grade Home# Sarafoglou George 10 8 Levendis Ari 10 10 Riley Rennie 12 11 Jon Major 10 12 Pontus Grandinson 10 13 Michael Omidire 11 14 Vassilis Sarafoglou 12 17 Thomas Olsen 11 18 Andrea Zotti 11 20 Coaches: Jett Russell and Michael Carpio

Away# 8 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 20

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American International School in Israel - Falcons Name Grade Home# Sagiv Daniel 12 13 Livneh Ori 11 8 Westman Miki 11 14 Bensagoun Ethan 11 5 Westman Liam 9 10 Carmel Idan 10 3 Greenfield Asaf 10 11 McGoniagil Sawyer 10 15 Krkoska Michael 8 10 Mendenhall Ben 8 12 Coaches: Doron Kramer and Yoni Livne

Away# 13 8 14 5 10 3 11 15 10 12

Vienna International School - Panthers Name Grade Harvey Louis 11 Wartig Barradas Paul 11 Wandera Marcus Joseph 12 Antic Maksim 12 Krusic Miha 11 Singh Ankit 11 Ullmann Clemens 11 Morizot Adrien 11 Sarmiento Don Jeremiah 10 Abdalla Khalid 11 Coaches: Steven Ashcraft and Hugh Boal

Home# 44 12 39 2 11 8 32 28 17 30

Away# 44 53 29 2 20 30 8 41 7 40

British School of the Netherlands - Lions Name Grade Kranker Kasper 10 Akadiri Oluwafemi 12 Massaro Aiden 12 Chulick Nicholas 10 Carton Patrick 11 Barrera Alvarez Enrique 11 Tinke Pjotr 11 Hunkins Alex 8 Zhang Bowei 12 Deenstra Toby 12 Coach: Nike Hartleif

Home# 11 79 6 80 14 15 65 24 13 0

Away# 11 79 6 80 14 15 65 24 13 0

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Cairo American College - Screaming Eagles Name Grade Home# Wong Quinn Wai 12 1 Maswood Nasser 10 2 Loveless Elliot 9 3 Fliefel Adam 11 4 Lee Jeong Kyu 12 5 Kamel Mazzin 12 6 Vassaur Nathan 12 7 Rutherford Samuel 12 9 Radu Alexandru 11 11 Burgess Daniel 10 14 Coaches: Anthony Knox and Derek Brown

Away# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 14

British School of Brussels Name Grade Dark# Light# Benz Bernard 13 7 7 Chen Linxiao 13 6 6 Chipman Oliver 10 9 9 Eichberg Edoardo 11 10 10 Gorham Benjamin 11 12 12 Haris osman Faiz 13 8 8 Hildreth Gavin 11 5 5 Tuerling Julian 12 18 18 Liu Fangzhou 11 19 19 Park Jaewook 13 1 1 Coaches:Tony Buzangu Lamouline and Jacob Reddings

Internet Access Network: AIS GUEST No Password On The Web Results, score sheets, live streaming and archived games are available at; ais.at/results Find other ISST results at; isstsports.org 13


Mike Maloy Gym In 2011 AIS's 'Upper Gym' became known as the Mike Maloy Gym in an official dedication by Mike’s son Ryan. There are signs inside and outside of the gym as well as a three paneled display board which contains the story of his life. Please take the time to read about our friend and colleague when you are on campus.

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Important Telephone Numbers Host School American International School Salmannsdorferstrasse 47 1190 Vienna Tel: +43 1 40132

Emergency Contacts Andy Harrison Mobile: +43 699 14013240 Nick De Forest Mobile: +43 699 14013296

Coaches Hotel Kaiser Franz Joseph Sieveringerstrasse 4 1190 Vienna Tel: +43 1 329 00

Police: 133 Ambulance: 144 Taxi: +43 1 40100

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