The second day of the tournament has concluded and all the divisions are now set for the final four after today’s matchday. The tournament has been nothing short of thrilling with a number of teams stepping up and leaving their mark. Fans have been treated to some incredible games and energy in the gyms over the last 48 hours.
Grey Ghosts Are on a Mission
Lord Byng has started the tournament in dominant form, continuing their impressive run with a resounding 98-53 victory over Rockridge. The team’s offensive play has been clicking on all levels, with multiple threats across the roster. Hart Kreter, the talented forward from the Class of 2026, put on a show with three dunks in the game. Lord Byng’s players have come together and are determined to win the provincial title this season. They will face Winston Churchill in their next matchup, who will be looking to halt their momentum and secure a spot in the final four.
Panthers on the Loose
Lord Tweedsmuir has been another standout team in the tournament, with back-to-back victories of 107-34 over Burnett and 115-55 over Salish. The team’s offensive firepower has been impressive, with Trevon Arogie leading the charge. Armann Kingra was also exceptional in the last game, earning himself the player of the game title. Lord Tweedsmuir has shown passion and energy in every possession and is quickly earning the respect of the province.
A Contender in 4A Emerges
On the senior girl’s side, Seaquam has been in dominant form, securing another emphatic victory of 78-54 over the G.W. Graham Grizzlies. The Seahawks have started the tournament hot and look like a team that will make a deep run this spring. They have a +98-point differential, highlighting their ability to score in bunches and stop the opposition in their tracks. Neelum Sidhu has been in great form over the last two games and is definitely a name to watch this season.
Riverside remains a force to be reckoned with and has proven to be a tall task for any team in their way. They secured a 94-29 victory in their last game, with rising star Avery Sussex leading the charge. The team’s deep roster and scoring ability make them a difficult team to face on any given night.
The tournament will continue tonight, with the final four matchups set to take place on Friday at Charles Best and Riverside. Fans can expect more thrilling games as the teams battle it out to take home the title at the 2023 Big Ticket