Morning Star Staff
The host Charles Bloom Timberwolves played the No. 8 Duncan Christian Crusaders for seventh place in the B.C. Senior A Girls Basketball Championships Saturday.
The gold-medal match Saturday night featured the No. 2 Langley Christian Lightning and the top-ranked Mulgrave Titans of West Vancouver.
No. 7 Bloom bowed 87-72 to the 11th-ranked Credo Christian Kodiaks of Langley, while Duncan Christian lost 45-43 to the surprising No. 13 St. Ann’s Crusaders of Kamloops Friday.
Hannah Allison drained 17 points for the Kodiaks, while Kaitlyn Schouten added 16.
The T-Wolves got 32 points from Jenna Mulholland, including an 8-for-11 showing from the charity line. Amy Verhage rang up a dozen points, while Buster Marsh flushed nine and Brianne Robertson added seven.
Langley Christian grounded the No. 3 Heritage Christian Saints of Kelowna 73-52, while the Titans toppled the No. 5 Similkameen Sparks of Keremeos 63-44 in semifinal play.
The VSS Panthers took on the Rick Hansen Hurricanes of Abbotsford Saturday at noon in a battle for 11th and 12th places at the B.C. Senior AA Girls Basketball Championships in Langley.
The No. 12 Panthers, without ailing star Jordan Korol, fell 57-46 to the No. 9 Princess Margaret Mustangs of Penticton Friday afternoon at the Events Centre.
Jordyn Cullum flushed 15 points for the Panthers, while Anna Rice and Rebekah Salway each drained nine. VSS shot 22 per cent from the field.
Reiley Terbasket supplied 18 points for the Mustangs, while Megan Admussen-Blair bagged 14 and Shinaaz sank 10.
The Hurricanes, who went in ranked No. 10, lost 75-69 to the 14th-rated Lambrick Park Lions of Victoria Friday. The No. 2 Immaculata Mustangs of Kelowna battle No. 5 Little Flower Academy Angels of Vancouver in Saturday’s final.
The Mustangs shaded No. 3 St. Thomas More Knights of Burnaby 82-80, while Little Flower grounded the eighth-rated Notre Dame Jugglers of Vancouver 73-53 in Friday’s semifinals.