NOTE TO READERS — All of today’s consolation-round games are covered below.
For reports from quarterfinals today click on the following links for individual postings:
WALNUT GROVE 86 LANGLEY CHRISTIAN 59
RIVERSIDE 77 ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 44
SOUTH KAMLOOPS 53 WHISTLER 38
LANGLEY — Three Titans broke into double figures in points as No. 1-ranked AA South Kamloops won a low-scoring affair against the Whistler Storm.
Jenna Dandarund and Kendra McDonald each scored 12 points in the win while Maddy Gobeil added 10 points.
Jenna Tobias with 10 points and Pietra Kamstra with nine led the Storm.
G.W. GRAHAM 64 FRASER HEIGHTS 17
LANGLEY — Four Grizzlies hit double figures on offence as G.W. Graham toppled the short-staffed and youthful Firehawks.
Julia Tuchscherer with 16 points led the winning charge.
Kennedy Hall hadded 12 points, Sydney Owens 11 and Aliza Dueck 10.
Teah Best led Fraser Heights with 10 points.
BRITANNIA 71 CENTENNIAL 68
LANGLEY — Shemaiah Abatayo scored a game-high 35 points to keep Britannia in the hunt for top spot on the consolation side of the draw at TBI 2018.
Narrow losers to Quad A No. 2 Riverside on Thursday, the Bruins got an additional 21 points from Surprise Munie and 13 more from Jasleen Bahia in a contest in which the largest lead was a 24-16 Britannia edge early in the second quarter.
Grace Killins had 32 points in the loss for Centennial, while Dahlia Parolin added 11 points and Daniella Iacobucci 10.
HERITAGE WOODS 73 VALLEYVIEW 49
LANGLEY — Port Moody’s winning Kodiaks are slowly finding their form after a rash of early season injuries.
Guard Jenna Griffin looked as quick and explosive as ever, scoring a game-high 27 points in the win over Kamloops’ youthful Vikes.
Post Emily Instant added 20 points to the winning cause while forward Breona Martin supplied 10 more.
Indigo Learie and McKenna Reeves each scored 11 points for Valleyview.
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