Vanderhoof junior basketball girls score gold at home

Vanderhoof Junior basketball girls scoring gold at home

Coach: Debra Montgomery Assistant Coaches: Darlene Turner and Barb Ziler Players:  Kaitlin Montgomery

Coach: Debra Montgomery Assistant Coaches: Darlene Turner and Barb Ziler Players:  Kaitlin Montgomery

Submitted by Barb Ziler,Assistant coach of NVSS Junior Girls Basketball

 

Congratulations to the Jr. Girls basketball team! Gold medalists in their home tournament! The girls went undefeated over the Family Day long weekend, eliminating D. P. Todd Secondary from Prince George by 70-29 to meet Correlieu Secondary from Quesnel in the semi finals with a score of 45-16. The girls then advanced to the finals. The girls emerged victorious with a score of 54-30 over Duchess Park!

A game to note occurred between Northside Christian School and D. P. Todd.

During the overtime game, it was basket for basket when Northside scored at the buzzer to win by one at 58-57.  D.P. Todd was down to three players on the floor as they got into foul trouble.

Another close game was played by Fraser Lake Elementary-Secondary and Cedars Christian School from Prince George, where Cedars defeated FLESS by 36-35. FLESS had no substitute players!

 

Placings:

1 – NVSS

2- Duchess B

3 – Correlieu

4 – PGSS

5 – Cedars—won by one point.

6- FLESS

7- Northside —won by one point

8 – DP Todd

 

Scores:

NVSS beat DP Todd  70-29

Correlieu beat FLESS  38- 25

PGSS beat Northside  59-22

Duchess B beat Cedars  52-41

FLESS beat DP Todd   50-29

Cedars beat Northside  42-19

NVSS beat Correlieu  45-16

Duchess B beat PGSS   53-32

Northside beat DP Todd  58-57

Cedars beat FLESS  36-35

Correlieu beat PGSS  50-39

NVSS beat Duchess B  54-30

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