Princeton Junior Rebels show plenty of heart

Coaches Adrea McClean and Frankie Reichert are very proud of the effort the girls put into all of their games.

The girls showed plenty of heart and a lot of determination during the tournament in Penticton this past weekend.

The girls showed plenty of heart and a lot of determination during the tournament in Penticton this past weekend.

This years Grade Eight Girls Rebels basketball team competed hard to represent Princeton Secondary Juniors at the Championship in Penticton. Despite losing all three games this past weekend, the girls showed a lot of heart and determination.

Game one was played against the top team in their division, the KVR Express.

Game two was played against the Holy Cross Hurricanes from Penticton. Despite their loss, the girls played an impressive game.

Game three saw the girls up against the Osoyoos Rattlers. From the opening whistle the girls came out fighting, right through to the final seconds.

Coaches Adrea McClean and Frankie Reichert are very proud of the effort the girls put into all of their games.

Cody Lindley was named player of the game for game one. Amika Caruso was named player of the game for game two, while Katelyn Bartlett was named player of the game for game three. Taneesha Beaupre was named All Star Player of the season.

The Grade Eight Rebels had a wonderful season, both away and at home, competing in different tournaments.

Congratulations girls on a job well done.