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Oak Bay Junior Boys ready for Islands action

St. Michaels University School Blue Jags player Jason Scully, No. 11,  is guarded by Oak Bay Bays player Liam FInnigan, No. 3, during the city’s junior boys finals against the Oak Bay Bays at Claremont on Friday. The Blue Jags won 55-41. The Lambrick Park Lions defeated the Mount Douglas Rams 58-44 in the third place game. St. Mikes, Oak Bay and Lambrick will attend the junior boys Islands this weekend at G.P. Vanier in Courtenay.

 

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