Catching up with the senior boys’ basketball team

The Edward Milne Wolverines senior boys' basketball team participated in two tourneys over the last three weeks

The Edward Milne community school senior boys’ basketball team travelled to Courtney, B.C. for the Mark Isfeld Ice Invitational tournament from Dec. 14-16.

In their first game, the boys lost to Mark Isfeld, 33-60.

Quinn Yates, 20 points, 18 rebounds.

Brandon Wilson, nine rebounds.

The second game saw EMCS lose to Riverside by a single point, 78-79.

Quinn Yates, 38 points, 29 rebounds.

Chris Shankar, 17 points, five steals and six rebounds.

Tristen Griffin, 10 points, six rebounds.

Eric Albert, five points, 12 assists.

In the final game, the EMCS Wolverines defeated Carihi, 55-47.

Chris Shankar 25 points, seven steals and six rebounds.

Brad Tajano Smith nine points.

Quinn Yates seven points, 14 rebounds.

From Dec. 7-8, the senior boys basketball team competed in the Thomas Haney Thunder Tournament in Maple Ridge, where they finished third out of eight teams.

For game one, EMCS defeated Southpointe Academy 54-51.

Quinn Yates, 17 points, 23  rebounds.

Chris Shankar, 12 points, four steals and five rebounds.

Brad Tajano Smith, 10 points.

Game two saw a loss to Pemberton, 43-69.

Brad Tajano Smith, 11 points.

Sean McKenzie, 13 points.

In game three, the boys earned a victory over Carver, 51-45.

Quinn Yates, 13 points, 24 rebounds.

Brad Tajano Smith, 10 points and two steals.

“EMCS represented Sooke well, finishing third out of eight teams,” said coach Trevor Bligh via email.

 

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