BC Provincial Championships: 2A Girls Steal the Show on Day One

Mulgrave Titans def Shas Ti Kelly Road 93-19

The 2022 finalists opened up their championship run in a big way putting up 93 points on the board.

Eva Ruse and Lucy Xu combined for  16  in the first quarter. Jenna Talip and Ava Wilson combined for 20.

Mulgrave faces Abbotsford Traditional tonight at 7:00 PM.

Abbotsford Traditional Titans def Kalamalka Lakers 57-50

Janeesh Sran put this game to bed for Abbotsford, scoring 9 of her game-high 27 in the fourth quarter.

Kristen Franks for Kalamlaka scored 23 points but couldn’t walk away victorious.

Abby Traditional have a big game ahead of them and will look for another masterful scoring performance from Sran.

Holy Cross Crusaders def Abbotsford Christian Knights 63-53

Holy Cross found their rhythm coming out of half-time outscoring the Knights 26-13 in the third quarter.

The Crusaders were able to keep the Knights out of reach in the fourth quarter to win the game.

St. Thomas More Knights def Brentwood College 50-44

The Knights’ defensive intensity helped STM walk away victorious last night.

Lishan Hewitt played a pivotal role in the clutch, securing rebounds, two of which came off the offensive glass.

Demicah Arnaldo would lead the Knights with 16 points, also Danica Fontana poured in 11 points.

Notre Dame Jugglers def Pacific Academy Breakers 57-43

Notre Dame flipped the script on Pacific Academy coming out of the first quarter. After scoring only 6 points in the first quarter, Notre Dame would outscore Pacific 51-27 for the victory.

Notre Dame turned in an impressive team performance as four players scored in double digits.

Pacific Christian Pacers def St Patrick Celtics 58-36

Pacific Christian was fantastic last night, finding scoring from four different players and excelling in getting the ball to open woman.

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Fernie Falcons def A.R MacNeill Ravens 78-73

Perhaps the most thrilling game of the night, featuring a 44-point performance and clutch plays to force overtime.

The Ravens found themselves down 3 points with the clock dwindling until a Kim Tiu three tied the game at 68-68. Tiu would even the score at two separate points in overtime, but Fernie would eventually pull away and advance.

Langley Christian Lightning def Lambrick Park Lions 67-39

Langley Christian showed out in the night’s final game, taking a commanding 28-point victory over Lambrick Park.

Colette Van Der Hoven scored 15 of her 19 points in the second quarter, pulling away from Lambrick for good.

They’ll play the tough Fernie squad tonight in the quarter-finals.

Tejpaul Garcha

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