Tough tourney for Kitamaat teams

Haisla Masters, Intermediates both in third place

The basketball action never stops in Kitamaat Village – this weekend was no different, with the Haisla Intermediates and Masters competing in a tournament against teams from across the region.

Teams from New Aiyansh, Kincolith, Prince Rupert and Hazelton took part in the tournament which started on Friday night and ended with the finals on Sunday.

The games started on Friday night running through to the finals on Sunday

Tournament organizer Paul Gray said the pace was rigorous right from the start, both the Intermediates and Masters benefiting from playing against more seasoned teams.

The Intermediates were knocked out the running in the semi-finals, ending up third behind Rupert Intermediates in first and Hazelton in second, ahead of New Aiyansh in fourth place.

The Masters also had a tough run, ending up in third place as well in front of New Aiyansh, with the Hazelton Masters beating Kincolith to take the top spot.

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