Courtenay basketball team holds own in loss to Dover Bay

Vanier’s senior boys basketball hosted team Dover Bay Tuesday, Jan. 24. The Nanaimo side won 79-55. Scott Stanfield photoVanier’s senior boys basketball hosted team Dover Bay Tuesday, Jan. 24. The Nanaimo side won 79-55. Scott Stanfield photo
Imraan Abdulganiyu leads the Vanier attack against the top-ranked triple A team in B.C. Scott Stanfield photoImraan Abdulganiyu leads the Vanier attack against the top-ranked triple A team in B.C. Scott Stanfield photo
Jace McDowell is about to dish the ball. Scott Stanfield photoJace McDowell is about to dish the ball. Scott Stanfield photo
Kai Canning is a Grade 11 forward on the Towhees. Scott Stanfield photoKai Canning is a Grade 11 forward on the Towhees. Scott Stanfield photo
Micah Leopkey-Johnson (#6) and Kaizan Hajdrych (#12). Scott Stanfield photoMicah Leopkey-Johnson (#6) and Kaizan Hajdrych (#12). Scott Stanfield photo
Towhees guard Shimon Hashimoto looks for an open teammate. Scott Stanfield photoTowhees guard Shimon Hashimoto looks for an open teammate. Scott Stanfield photo

The GP Vanier senior boys basketball team was in tough Tuesday at home against Dover Bay Secondary, the top-ranked triple A team in B.C.

The Towhees held their own, but the visitors from Nanaimo won the game 79-55.

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