BCSS girls take tournament

Hoop action was intense last weekend as the BCSS Roadrunners hosted a Sr. Girls basketball tournament on the Midway court.

Kari Durban sets up a shot in a Sr. Girls Basketball tourney held at BCSS last weekend.

The Kootenay Boundary Hardwood Classic Sr. Girls Basketball tournament took place at BCSS over the weekend; the senior boys teams played a tourney of their own in the gym at Grand Forks Senior Secondary.

There were five teams participating: the Nakusp Cougars, Selkirk Storm, Osoyoos Secondary Rattlers, Grand Forks Wolves and Boundary Central Roadrunners.

There were some great games—BCSS vs. Nakusp had to go to overtime in their game on Saturday morning. MVP for the Roadrunners for the four games went to four players: Maddie Baia, Kari Durban, Daniela Bergendahl and Daina Shaw.

The Roadrunners have another tournament this weekend in Castlegar and will play their finals in Nakusp on the Feb. 26- 27.

 

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