Friday Feb 09 2018 comments Former Harlem Globetrotter visits Folsom school By: Doug Guler for the Telegraph -A +A Doug Guler of the TelegraphJames Torinus, Reese Liewen, Sydney Bui are part of the "Globetrotter Magic Circle" in their fifth grade class at St. John Notre Dam School. Dominic Daysh stands with Sterling Forbes and two of his kids, Mason and McKenzie, after placing in the poster contest. Sterling and McKenzie Forbes have a contest to see who can spin the ball the longest. Dad won. Former Harlem Globetrotter Sterling Forbes answers questions from the students. Sterling Forbes goes through some of his Globetrotter moves. McKenzie Forbes tries to roll the ball over her arms. Sterling Forbes catches the ball on the back of his neck. Some of the posters the fifth graders made. McKenzie Forbes autographs a basketball. Sterling Forbes autographs his book "Bubba Bully Bear" for Reese Liewen, left. McKenzie Forbes holds the book "Bubba Bully Bear." James Torinus brings the ball around his back in the Magic Circle. Former Harlem Globetrotter Sterling Forbes explains to the class what’s on John Koch’s poster he created after reading “Bubba Bully Bear,” a story authored by Forbes. Koch is watching as Forbes explains the poster. Sterling Forbes signs the ball for John Koch. John Koch holds his poster and the ball he won, as he gets his picture taken with the Forbes trio. Nathan Sheren won a picture of Sterling Forbes for his poster. Nathan Sheren and the Forbes pose for a picture. Here’s a sample of some of the anti-bullying posters the fifth grade class at St. John Notre Dame School made after reading the story “Bubba Bully Bear.” Ryan Hamerton shows his ball-handling abilities in a spontaneous “Globetrotter” Magic Circle made up of a few fifth graders at St. John Notre Dame School. Sydney Bui isn't sure what ball trick she's going to do in the Magic Circle. Sydney Hycik had one of the funniest questions of the day when she asked Mason Forbes how tall he was. Little 4-foot, 8-inch Sydney stands next to 6-foot, 8-inch Mason.