Angela Marshall

Angela Marshall

Princeton Secondary Rebels bring home bronze medal

PSS Rebels went to Prince George to play in the provincials and came home with the Bronze Medal

Sixteen teams made their way to the University of Northern British Columbia’s Charles Jago Northern Sport Centre in Prince George last week. Cedars Christian School hosted the “A” Provincial High School Girls’ Basketball Championship Tournament held March 6 to March 9, 2013.

Princeton Rebels Senior Girls Basketball team; Angela Marshall, Julia Reichert, Ciara Bamford, Destiny Earle, Kyla Coyne, Logan Littlejohn, Briana Musgrove, Greyson Antonick, Brooke Kassa and Samantha Simons along with their coaches; Rob Marshall, Colleen Stevens and Brent McClelland left on Tuesday, March 5, to make it in time to play their first game on Wednesday. Princeton won their game against Pemberton, 71 to 47.

On Thursday, Princeton won again, beating Langley 63 to 49. Game three on Friday saw Princeton Rebels against hosting team, Cedars Christian School. It was a tough game, Princeton taking the loss — 73 Cedars – Princeton 49.

On Saturday, final day of play, the Rebels came out strong and took the win 78 over Pacific Christian 57, securing the Provincial Bronze Medal for Princeton.

Immaculata took home the gold medal win and Cedars Christian the silver.

Prior to the medal presentations two of the Princeton Rebels were presented with special awards.  Angela Marshall and Ciara Bamford were presented with 1st and 2nd team all stars awards. When introducing Marshall to the 1st All Star team, the presenter said, “There are no words to describe how well she plays…”

Marshall also received an invitation to play in the BC High School All Star Game at the Langley Events Centre in April.

Ciara Bamford, Angela Marshall and Julia Rechert, all graduating seniors from Princeton Secondary this year have been scouted to play college basketball. Reichert has signed a letter of intent to play at UBC Okanagan next year.

Congratulations Rebels on your achievement, good luck graduates and to the remaining Rebels—we’ll see you next year.