NPSS senior boys basketball team takes first, girls take sixth at weekend tournaments

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The boys had a difficult draw to get through during the duration of the tournament. In the semi finals the boys went to overtime against Peace Wapiti and came out on top with the win.

They advanced to take on the host Glenmary in the finals and won the game 75-65. Garet Whitford was named the tournament MVP.

As for the girls, they faced Lacrete in the first game and lost 60-46. In their second game of the tournament they met up with the Glenmary junior varsity squad and won 56-23. 

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The next found themselves in the consolation final against Peace Wapiti. The girls started off slow in the game before attempting to come back but they fell short in the end 54-48.

Both teams will next take part in the SCONA invitational in Edmonton to take on some of Alberta’s best teams over the weekend. 

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