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Four mixed teams from Kitimat and Kitamaat Village

Basketball parents are in for a tough weekend – they take on an under 13 team, twice, as part of this weekend’s three-day tournament in Kitamaat Village

The tournament kicks off at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 28, in the Haisla Rec Centre, ending with the final on Monday, December 30, at 8:00 p.m.

The four teams – Red, Blue, White and Black – features players, young and not-so-young, from Kitamaat Village and Kitimat, including some of the younger Braves players who are making their mark and senior player greats.

The tournament will also see boys’ teams playing against girls’ teams.

Saturday, December 28
2 pm U13 vs Parents
3.30 pm Red vs Blue
5 pm White vs Black
6.30 pm Girls vs Jnr Boys
8 pm Black vs Blue
Sunday, December 29
2 pm U13 vs Parents
3.30 pm Red vs White
5 pm Black vs Red
6.30 pm GIrls vs Jr Boys
8 pm Blue vs White
Monday, December 30
3.30 pm U13 vs Parents
5 pm Third Place
6.30 pm

Girls vs Boys

8 pm

Final

Red

Blue White Black
Craig Windsor Dan McIsaac Paul Windsor Darren Metz
Mitch Woods Ethan Amos Brent Grant Lance Nunes
Everett Windsor Brent Robinson Daryle Bolton Moppy
Isaiah Smith Matt Robinson Buddy Stewart Antoine
Wes Nyce Danny Bolton Sam Woods Elmer Grant
Hunter Wilson Chaz Geneaille Byron Grant Justin Grant
Kain Wesley How Smith Zack Runions Thomas P
Andrey Kobe Smith

Darnell Woods

Gregory Bolton
Dallas Gray Markus Paul CJ Nathan Bolton
Nathan Basil Connor Walker Brad Windsor Dakoda Moon
William Moore Dentin Grant Marcus Wilson Jay Stewart
Logan Robinson Kyle Amos Cody Green Johnathan Grant
Chris Stewart Jordan Higbee
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