Chieftains tournament filling up

Weekend of basketball games planned at Agassiz secondary

There has been a tremendous response to the call out for the first annual Chieftains Alumni Tournament, says AESS basketball coach Kyle Dickey.

There are already 68 players signed up for the two-day lineup, spanning several generations of Chieftains. There is room for more players, Dickey says, for both men’s and women’s games.

The cost to participate is $20, with all proceeds going to help support the basketball program at AESS.

Dickey is hoping to see the stands filled with spectators, too. The games start at 5 p.m. on Friday, Apr. 12 and run every hour until 8 p.m. at the AESS gymnasium.

On Saturday, games starts at 12 p.m. and run every hour with the final game starting at 7 p.m.

A wide range of current and former players are stepping up to take part in the tournament. Also, the Eagles Alumni have arranged for a game to be played 11 a.m. on Apr. 13.  If you would like to sign-up for either the men’s or

women’s games contact Dickey at kdickey@sd78.bc.ca.

 

Alumna Tournament Roster to date:

Team 1:

1. EJ Link

2. Tommy Hyrinuw

3. Josh Jewett

4. Sory Diarha

5. Spencer McColl

6. Joe Gadsppy-Haner

7. Mike Liegn

8. Ben Frey

9. Zack McNeil-Bobb

 

Team 2:

1. ANDREW BODNAR

2. DUNCAN MATTSON

3. JACK STRIKER

4. JOSH ROBERTS

5.FREDDIE MASLIN

6.DYLAN KOHUCH

7.RYAN HATT

 

Team 3:

1. ALEX VAN LAERHOVEN

2. STEVEN TINKER

3. TAYLOR VERDE

4. JAMES LACSOUL

5. BRETT GAUY

6. KYLE NODDIN

7. AARON MAROCHI

 

Team 4:

1. TAYLOR ROTH

2. ANDREW PUTT

3. PAT VAUGN

4. ADAM BERGSMA

5. GREG BOKENFOHR

6. ADAM SIPPEL

7. JAMES WOUDA

 

Team 5:

1. ADAM HOOPER

2. RICHARD LANDRAFT

3. KYLE DICKEY

4. DENNIS BOKENFORH

5. JOHNATHON WOUDA

6.BRAD BOKENFOHR

7. DYLAN TOBBIN

 

Team 6:

1. CURTIS GENEST

2. PATRIC WATCHORN

3. DAVID OSTLAND

4. BROCK RAYWORTH

5. IAN KOCH

6. REEGAN VISSER

7. JASON BYERS

8. MIKE GAFKA

9. BROOK WINSTANLEY

10. DUSTIN WINSTANLEY

 

Team 7:

1. CHRIS SPENCE

2. ANDREW KOWALENKO

3. MIKE WILLIAMS

4. KYLE FERGUSON

5. PETER WALLIN

6. SIMON POULTON

7. BRIAN PALLETIER

8. LUKE PRANGER

9. JOHN EDMONSON

10. HOLGER SCHWICHTENBERG

 

Team 8:

1. JASON WATSON

2. DOUG STRIKER

3. GREG LAWLEY

4. VIC PELZ

5.HONG LIN

6. SHAYNE ROGERS

7. KEVIN TYFTING

8. KIRK TYFTING

9. KRIAG TYFTING

10. ROB FORD

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