Eagles set to soar at Provincials

AESS Senior Girl's Basketball Team headed to provincials after a win last weekend

After finishing league play in 2nd place, the AESS Sr. Girls Basketball team started Fraser Valley Playoffs on Friday night by beating Credo Christian 57-48 in overtime. This win qualifies the Eagles for the Provincial Championships for the first time since 2006! The Eagles outscored Credo 11-2 in overtime to clinch their spot at the 16 team provincial tournament. Hannah Exley had 33 points and was selected to the 1st All-Star team. Taylor Lees chipped in with 9 and Alyssa Lawley had 10. The Eagles lost in the Fraser Valley final on Saturday night to Langley Christian, the #2 ranked team in BC. The Eagles will be in Lumby from Tuesday March 3-Saturday March 8 for the Provincial Tournament. Follow the results and watch games online at http://www.bcagirlsbasketball.com/#main   Twitter feed:  BC’A’GirlsBasketball@Provincials

Submitted by coach Greg Lawley

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