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Chieftains place seventh in Fraser Valley

Hayden Simon of Agassiz Secondary goes to the hoop during Single A Fraser Valley tournament action on Wednesday vs. Credo Christian. Agassiz lost 84-32. They closed the point spread Thursday against High Road, losing 58-45.  -  Dan Kinvig/ Black Press
Hayden Simon of Agassiz Secondary goes to the hoop during Single A Fraser Valley tournament action on Wednesday vs. Credo Christian. Agassiz lost 84-32. They closed the point spread Thursday against High Road, losing 58-45.
— image credit: Dan Kinvig/ Black Press

Hayden Simon of Agassiz Secondary goes to the hoop during Single A Fraser Valley tournament action on Wednesday vs. Credo Christian. Agassiz lost 84-32. They closed the point spread Thursday against High Road, losing 58-45.  The Agassiz Chieftains placed seventh overall in their league.

Next up for the Chieftains and Eagles is the annual alumni tournament. Last year's inaugural event was a huge success, and they are busy planning for an event later this springs at AESS.

 

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