Rossland girls’ basketball team ends season with 28 wins

Rossland Secondary School's senior girls basketball team played what could be the last basketball provincial for the school.

Rossland Secondary School's final senior girls basketball team. Left to right

Rossland Secondary School’s senior girls basketball team played what could be the last basketball provincial for the school.

The team participated in the Single A Provincial Championships March 6 – 9 where they won two games and lost two games. They defeated Duncan Christian and Bulkley Valley Christian and lost to Kelowna Christian and Unity Christian from Vancouver.

Coach Rick McKinnon said the team had a great season wining tournaments in Creston, Grand Forks, Kamloops, Trail and the Zone Championships in Rossland.

‘The team posted an impressive record of 28 victories and three losses,” he said.

Most of the team will continue on into the soccer season, which has already begun.

Rossland will be hosting the Single A Provincial Soccer Championships May 29 – June 1.

 

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