Ketasco won the 2014 Sprite Ball Championship after four attempts and their team captain Sedem Tetevi was left relieved.

The Volta Regional-based school managed a 25-18 win over Presec-Legon to emerge champions for the first time after three previous unsuccessful attempts.

Touted as the star player for Ketasco, he produced an exciting display at the centre court of the El-Wak stadium to beat closest challenger and team-mate Srebor to the individual award.

The youngster says he feels relieved to have landed the trophy for his school after so many years of disappointments.

“I feel great and relieved. We are very happy for winning the title after several unsuccessful attempts, “he said

“We have tried so many times but today our focus and determination has really paid off.

“I want to congratulate my colleagues and our fans for the support. They were amazing throughout the two-day tournament and so we dedicate this title to them.

“It’s been long overdue and we thank God that we have managed to nick the title this time around.

Ketasco arrived back home to a tumultuous welcome following their feat in the national Sprite Ball final in Accra.

They managed wins over last year’s losing finalist Koforidua Secondary Technical School in the quarter-final, beat Opoku Ware in a nerve-racking semi-final contest before accounting for highly improved Presec side to win the title for the first time in the competition’s history.


  1. as the formal student and captain of the basketball team in some years back i really congratulate my boys for the good work done,cos we really battled to get that trophy over years in vain always ending up as simple finalist.
    basketball made in ketasko.
    to God be the glory


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