The Agassiz elementary secondary school (AESS) senior girls basketball team celebrate their advancement to the provincial championships last weekend.

Senior girls b-ball head to provincials

The Eagles head to Duncan Christian for the B.C. championship tournament from March 9 to 12.

The Agassiz elementary secondary school (AESS) senior girls basketball team punched their ticket to the provincial championships last weekend when they finished third in the Fraser Valley playoffs.

The Eagles lost their first game to Credo Christian 62-48 on Friday.

Hannah Exley led the team in scoring with 23 points with Taylor Lees and Sydney VanderWyk netting 8 points apiece.

The Eagles bounced back against the St. John Brebeuf Bears the following day to win 67-42.

Exley beat her previous performance by one point, scoring 24 including 14 downed free throws.

Alyssa Lawley had 14 points, Katrina Lawley scored 12 and VanderWyk finished the game with 10 points.

The Eagles head to Duncan Christian for the Provincials March 9 to 12.

All games can be watched online—details are available on the tournament website: www.bcgirlsabball.ca.

 

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