Barriere Secondary School Senior Girls Basketball team headed off to Kelowna for a three day tournament on Jan 9 - 11. Two team members could not attend due to previous injuries, and one player was injured during the tournament on the Thursday. However, the girls rallied for their last game of the tournament which was against the Osoyoos Rattlers. It was great basketball, with plenty of fast paced action and well-played by both teams. The final score came down to the last set when the win went to the Rattlers. (Michelle Johnson photo)

Barriere Secondary Sr. Girls Basketball play Kelowna tourney

Barriere Secondary School Senior Girls Basketball team headed off to Kelowna for a three day tournament on Jan 9 – 11. Two team members could not attend due to previous injuries, and one player was injured during the tournament on the Thursday. However, the girls rallied for their last game of the tournament which was against the Osoyoos Rattlers. It was great basketball, with plenty of fast paced action and well-played by both teams. The final score came down to the last set when the win went to the Rattlers.

(Michelle Johnson photo)

By Jill Hayward

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