EMCS Wolverines posing with Mom's Cafe owners

Basketball season in full swing

The Wolverines pose with Mom’s Cafe owners, Tom and Elaine Dee.

The Edward Milne Sr boys had three exhibition games this week.  the games were intended as warm ups for the start of South Island AAA boys league play.The league starts Tuesday December2 at home vs rival PCS.

On November 25 the Wolverines played GNS from Oak Bay. The boys ran out to a 28-14 1st quarter and 45-26 half time lead.  GNS  made a bit of a come back but EMCS held on for the 68-60 win.

Abe Lamontagne lead all scorers with 16 and guard Lucas Blatchford lead all rebounders with 10.

On November 26 EMCS played the St. Michael’s b team.  Everyone on the team registered on the score sheet.  Capt. Taylor Sulzen led all scorers with 15 points. EMCS won 64-28.

November 28  EMCS traveled to Vic high to play their final tune up game. The Wolverines never trailed in the game.  Playing against the Totems 2-1-2 zone all night yet they still managed a 71-44 victory.

Leading scorers were Lamontagne with 21 and Jonah Phillip with 16.

The EMCS squad is presently ranked third amongst AAA teams on the Island.

Coach Trevor

 

 

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