Miracle on the basketball court

Life Christian Academy's high school basketball team in Ottawa is burning up basketball courts in the varsity high school circuit. They've won 20 out of 25 games even though their school doesn’t have a gym and just last year, it didn't even have a team. It's all thanks to a group of Bahamian teens and their Bahamian coach who decided to take a leap of faith in Canada. The Link's Ottawa Correspondent Amanda Pfeffer brings us their miraculous story.

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