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Basketball tournaments and game summaries by coach Trevor Bligh

  • Dec. 15, 2014 10:00 a.m.

We played PCS in league play last Tuesday Winning 57-5.

Thursday we played  Stelly’s in league play winning 70-41.

We took our 5-0 record into the parklands tournament. Unfortunately we lost our first game to Kwalikum Sr. 67-47. It was not a great game for us as Kwalikum’s strong guard play and rebounding were far superior to ours on that day.

We played a second game late Friday night to Vancouver’s Notre Dame.

which lead most of the way.

As the slow legs of EMCS allowed 6 uncontested break away lay ups for 12 points. EMCS’s Jonah Phillips scored 3-3 pointers and had 12 points in the fourth to bring us within 6, but that’s the way it stayed: 61-67 Notre Dame.

Our final game was the game of the tournament, EMCS vs Reynolds which went to quadruple overtime, and Reynolds hitting buzzer beaters twice to tie the game. Edward Milne’s centre Abe Lamontagne hit a 3 at the buzzer of triple to force a forth extra period. EMCS won 72-74 in front of 150 screaming fans.

This week we have two exhibition games. On the road Tuesday to GNS and home Thursday to St. Andrews with a 730 start

Fri /Sat we will be in Courtney at the Isfeld ice tournament

By Coach Trevor Bligh

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