BVCS tries to defend against HCS forwards during tournament play Feb. 24-25 for zone finals at Smithers Secondary School.

BVCS Sr. girls Royals finish second at zones

The Bulkley Valley Christian School Sr. girls A team finished second in the northwest zone championships, held at BVCS Feb. 24-25.

The Bulkley Valley Christian School Sr. girls A team finished second in the northwest  zone championships, held at BVCS Feb. 24-25.

The Sr. girl Royals had an impressive couple of games, beating GM Dawson from Masset 104—23. Brenna Van Cadsand landed 21 points followed by Paige Onderwater with 19 points. Abi Joseph and Flora Badi both earned 13 pints each.

The next game was against Houston Christian, the defending provincial champions, and although they played hard and kept up to the number one team in the province, they fell 69-42 after a tight points race right to the final buzzer.

Following the tournament, for their outstanding performance this year, Onderwater and Madi Swanson were named as BVCS All-stars.


HCS held the first position overall in the north followed by BVCS in second, Hazelton Secondary in third and GM Dawson in fourth.



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