EMCS Wolverines play in the Sabre Classic.

Wolverines play in Sabre Classic

In a weekend tournament, the EMCS Wolverine’s boys’ basketball team participated in Surrey’s Guildford Park Secondary Sabre Classic

In a weekend tournament, the EMCS Wolverine’s boys’ basketball team participated in Surrey’s Guildford Park Secondary Sabre Classic tournament on December 12 – 14. The Wolverine’s came in sixth overall. Quinn Yates was named the tournament all-star.

“Close games, and a chance to evolve as a team,” reflected coach Trevor Bligh on their Facebook page. “We did both.”

Overall results:

Game 1 — Edward Milne Wolverines 47 Dr. Charles Best Blue Devils 80. Player of the game: Sean Mckenzie.

Game 2 — Edward Milne Wolverines 55 West View Wildcats 43. Player of the game: Austin Willson.

Game 3 EMCS 58- Elgin Park 60. Great game by Charlie Richardson.

 

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