(Back row from left) Assistant coach Matt Payne

EMCS Wolverines finished fifth in league

Sooke was elimanated in the South Island regional tournament

The 2011-2012 seniorboys basketball team ended their season on the last weekend of February.

They finished sixth in the Isfeld ice tournament, and fifth in the Duncan Christian tournament.

The Wolverines finished fifth in league play, making the playoffs for the 14th straight season.

Sooke was eliminated in the South Island regional tournament.

In a double knock out system, the Edward Milne Community School Wolverines lost to the Island’s number one team, St. Micheal’s University, 92-41 in the first game and came up short against Pacfic Christian 68-77 in their final game.

The Wolverines said their goodbyes to seniors Art Smith, Alex Wright, Jason Demoe, Jesse Brauer and Ryan Albert.

Two Wolverines will be represented in the Island Senior Boys Classic All-star game. Forward Alex Wright and centre Jason Demoe will join 10 other all-stars from the south Island on March 31.

St. Margaret’s private school will host the game between the north and South Island All-stars.

The Edward Milne coaching staff will be leading the south Island team in hopes of beating the north for only the second time in eight years.

 

 

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