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

Chieftains place seventh in Fraser Valley

Next up for AESS basketball is annual alumni tournament

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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