Starting the tournament with a triple-double, Lee Yu-jin of Yongsan High School, “Thanks to my colleagues!”

Records are always delicious.

On the 12th, Yongsan High School won 111-62 against Whimoon High School in the South High School Group F preliminary game of the ’53rd Autumn National Men’s and Women’s Middle and High School Basketball League Championship Haenam Tournament’ held at Wooseul Dongbaek Gymnasium in Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do.

Yujin Lee of Yongsan High School started the tournament with a triple-double, recording 23 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists.

Lee Yoo-jin smiled and said, “I’ve had a triple-double about 3 to 4 times before. I’m thankful to my team and colleagues for letting me have a triple-double this time too. I feel good.” “She has had triple-doubles even in the preliminaries. Assists are the most difficult,” she added.

Since last August, Yongsan High School has been competing in the King of Kings Tournament, Korea-China-Japan Junior Championships, and fall competitions, starting with the category competition. Lee Yu-jin, who regained her condition, also showed off her cool fast break dunk during her game.메이저놀이터

Lee Yu-jin said, “I wasn’t in good condition until the King of Kings. But now I’m good. My body is light. I haven’t practiced dunking recently, so I failed at first, but I tried the second dunk with the idea of ​​starting from the basics.”

Recently, many universities are accepting applications for regular admissions. Lee Yu-jin, a third-year high school student, also prepared for her entrance exam ahead of this fall competition.

Lee Yu-jin said, “I told them not to be reckless because the fall competition record (based on 3rd graders) has no effect on entrance exams. I talked with my team members about working hard and trying our best to win this time too. The team atmosphere is good,” and “I got a new feeling while preparing the application.” “I was also worried about going to college. While preparing my application, I thought I should finish the remaining high school competitions and my life well,” he said.