The AESS Eagles' Alyssa Lawley takes the first of two successful free throws in a game against Chilliwack Saturday morning. The Eagles hosted their home tournament last weekend.

AESS Eagles battle to the finish

Girls team makes it to final game in home tournament

The Agassiz Eagles Sr. Girls Basketball team hosted a successful tournament this past weekend, finishing in second place.

Friday afternoon the Eagles beat Mt. Currie 55-25. Player of the game was Hannah Exley. Saturday morning the Eagles defeated the Chilliwack Sr. Junior Varsity team 55-40. Player of the game was Millar Frederickson. The tournament final saw the Eagles play a spirited game versus Keremeos before losing 61-32.  Player of the game was Kaelin Duncan. Hannah Exley and Kaelin Duncan were selected to the tournament All-Star team.

On Monday night the Eagles traveled to Langley Christian. Hannah Exley was dominant throughout and Kaelin Duncan also added 10 points. The Eagles won 48-47 for their first league win of the season. The Eagles travel to Hope this weekend for another tournament before hosting Sardis Secondary on Tuesday December 17 at 6:15 p.m.

 

Boys Tournament

The AESS Chieftains will host their home tournament this Friday and Saturday (Dec. 13 and 14) on their home court.

Visiting Agassiz will be Hope, Credo, Regent, Highroad, Mulgrave, Abby Christian and Southpoint. Agassiz will play against Southpoint Friday night at 7:30 p.m.

From there, they’ll play either 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. on Saturday. The final game of the tournament is on Saturday at 7 p.m.

 

 

 

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