Miranda Ross (standing in for her father Ellis Ross), Deanna Gray and Wes Nyce. Photo Cameron Orr

There Haisla members voted into ANBT Hall of Fame

The three were recognized for their induction during a dinner in Kitamaat Village

The All Native Basketball Tournament inducted three Haisla members into their Hall of Fame during the All Native Tournament in Prince Rupert.

The three were recognized for their induction during a dinner in Kitamaat Village on February 25, which celebrated the Haisla Senior Ladies team for their win at the tournament.

Miranda Ross (standing in for her father Ellis Ross), Deanna Gray and Wes Nyce were inducted into the Hall of Fame for their commitment to the sport.

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