Ravens junior girls on a basketball roll

Royal Bay squad breezes through city playoff tournaments, Islands up next

Royal Bay Ravens junior girls teammates Hannah Cormode, left, and Lauren Awalt celebrate their team's win in the city championships last Saturday at Spectrum secondary. Cormode made the all-star team while Awalt won the event's most valuable player award, both for a second straight year.

Royal Bay Ravens junior girls teammates Hannah Cormode, left, and Lauren Awalt celebrate their team's win in the city championships last Saturday at Spectrum secondary. Cormode made the all-star team while Awalt won the event's most valuable player award, both for a second straight year.

With the city junior girls basketball title in their grasp, the Royal Bay Ravens have their sights set on a Vancouver Island crown.

The Ravens, who used a tough defence to beat Claremont 51-33 last Saturday in the city final at Spectrum, open the Island tournament today (Feb. 17) in Duncan.

Royal Bay, which gained automatic entry into the provincials with a qualifying tournament win in Duncan last month, beat Stelly’s 63-42 in the city semifinal.

Lauren Awalt was named most valuable player for the city tourney for a second straight year, while teammate Hannah Cormode was named to the all-star team.

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