Princeton Secondary Senior Girls Rebels are off to the ‘A’ Provincial Basketball Championships in Prince George next week.
The Rebels, currently second in the province played a gruelling weekend of basketball winning two out of three tournament games at the Okanagan Valley Championships held last weekend in Kelowna.
The Rebels won their games against St. Ann’s (Kamloops) 72 to 31 and Kelowna Christian School Knights, 65 – 53. They lost to Immaculata (Kelowna), but their wins secured them a spot in the Provincials.
During the final game, Angela Marshall was named the ‘Most Inspirational Player’ and Julia Reichert was named ‘Player of the Game.’
This Provincial trip will be the fourth one for Julia Reichert, Angela Marshall, Ciara Bamford and Briana Musgrove. Having made it to the Provincials in grades eight, nine and 11, this will be the final high school Provincial Basketball Tournament for the four girls as they will graduate in June.
Coaches Rob Marshall, Colleen Stevens and Brent McClelland will head out with team members;
Angela Marshall, Julia Reichert, Ciara Bamford, Destiny Earle, Kyla Coyne, Logan Littlejohn, Briana Musgrove, Greyson Antonick and Samantha Simons on Tuesday, March 5 for Prince George.
Cedars Christian School will host the ‘A’ Provincial Championships from March 6 to 9, 2013. Tournament games will be played at the University of Northern British Columbia’s Charles Jago Northern Sport Centre.
To keep up with the tournament, please visit the Website: http://seniorgirlsbasketballprovincials.com/
You can also keep track of the tournament via Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Provincials
And even watch the girls play.
Live Streaming: http://sportscanada.tv/index.php/basketball/highschoolbb/bc-high-school-basketball/2012-bc-high-school-a-girls-basketball-championships