RSS girls basketball off to a 13-0 season

The Rossland Secondary School girls’ basketball team is off to a great start.

The Rossland Secondary School girls’ basketball team recently took top place in three tournaments.

The Rossland Secondary School girls’ basketball team is off to a great start.

So far in the season they are on a 13-0 run and took top place in three tournaments.

The three tournaments were at JL Crowe Secondary in Trail, St Ann’s Academy in Kamloops and Grand Forks Secondary School.

Coach Rick McKinnon noted that the team has been playing very well.

“Last weekend they defeated Castlegar 60-10, LVR, from Nelson, 71-29, and JL Crowe 49-40 in the finals to win the Grand Forks tournament,” McKinnon said.

The week before that they travelled to Kamloops to participate in a tournament at St. Anns’ Academy.

There they defeated Valemont 60 – 14 , St. Ann’s Academy 67-21 and then Kamloops Christan School 72-48 in the final to win the tournament.

This weekend the girls are off to Creston. The following weekend, they are participating in a Single-A seeding tournament.

 

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