Sooke’s Nick Card gets high school basketball all-star nod

Sooke’s Nick Card gets high school basketball all-star nod

Big game set for April 6

EMCS Wolverines guard Nick Card has earned a spot on the South Boys B Team for the Vancouver Island Seniors Classic All-Star Games.

Card was among 12 players selected last week to the team. The game is played April 6 at Spectrum secondary school in Saanich.

Joining Card on the South Island team are Parkland guard Joseph Bond, Mount Doug forward Johnny Cole, Claremont forward Patrick Dodds, Glenlyon forward Noah Fekete, Pacific Christian guard Sung Ho Ham, Lambrick Park guard Nevin Johal, Saint Michael’s forward Tristan Kuhn, Lambrick Park forward Martin Lorenz, Spectrum guard Dallen McQuarrie, Royal Bay forward Taka Nakano, and Reynolds guard Ephren Woldu.

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Card was the Wolverines top point-getter this season, netting 90 points in nine league games.

“Nick’s a good little player,” said EMCS coach Trevor Bligh. “He’s a pleasant kid and gets along with everybody.”

Card is in good company as he competes at the all-star game. The game’s alumni include NBA great Steve Nash.

The Seniors Classic All-Star Games match the top Grade 12 high school boys and girls basketball players from the North Island competing against the South Island with the Malahat acting as the dividing line for the two regions.

Three all-star games are planned at Spectrum with the boys’ B game played at 3:30 p.m., the girls’ game at 5:15 p.m. and the boys’ A game at 7 p.m.

The 32nd annual Vancouver Island Seniors Classic All-Star Games is the longest-running high school sports post-season all-star event in B.C.



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