Let the tournament begin!

20 teams will do battle this weekend in the Kitimat Open Basketball Tournament

High stakes basketball action starts tonight in Kitimat with the first games of the Kitimat Open Basketball Tournament.

The tournament, which runs until Sunday evening with the finals taking place at 7.30 p.m., features 12 men’s teams and eight women’s teams from across the province.

The first games of the tournament see the Haisla Intermediates coming up against Terrace Highflyers at 6 p.m. at the Haisla Rec Centre and the Haisla Warriors coming up against Gitanyow at Mount Elizabeth Secondary at 7.30 p.m.

MEN’S TEAMS
Team Daxgat
Nak’Azdli Wolves
Haisla Braves
Hazelton Spartans
Love’s Children
Love Peace & Oolican Greasers
Lights Out
Gitanyow Seniors
Haisla Intermediates
Gitmidiik
Haisla Bridgemans
Terrace Highflyers
WOMEN’S TEAMS
Vanderhoof Queens
BDE (Prince Rupert)
Geaks n Sneaks
New Aiyansh Gitmidiik
Haisla Pink Hearts
Hazelton Mystics

Haisla Senior Women

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