The grade 8 girl’s basketball team at Agassiz Elementary Secondary School is currently fighting for a good position in the Fraser Valley East Playoffs. With three games left in the regular season

Girls’ basketball team fighting for a playoff spot

AESS grade 8 team has three games left in the regular season

The grade 8 girl’s basketball team at Agassiz Elementary Secondary School is currently fighting for a good position in the Fraser Valley East Playoffs. With three games left in the regular season, the Eagles are sitting in 5th place with a record of five wins and six losses.

“The girls are improving every day. The team has beaten teams that they lost too earlier in the season”, according to coach Kyle Dickey.

In the last league game, the Eagles defeated Vedder Middle School 58-10.  Katrina Lawley led the way with 16 points and Ashlyn Lowe, Anna Fehr, and Rionna Vanderwyk were strong defensively. The Fraser Valley East Playoffs start February 10.

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