Ice drop first two games at B.C. basketball championships

Courtenay senior boys squad takes on L.V. Rogers on Friday night

The Isfeld Ice have dropped their first two games at the B.C. Senior Boys 3A Basketball Championships at the Langley Events Centre.

Wednesday afternoon they fell 62-49 to Charles Hays Rainmakers in their opener. Finalists at last year’s Provincials, the Prince Rupert squad led by as many as 19 points (59-40). Davis Malton led the Ice with 15 points while Noah Kaefer had 12 and Nic Xylinas added 11.

Thursday morning, Isfeld dropped a 77-58 decision to the McNair Marlins. Kaefer and Xylinas both had game-high 28-point performances while Malton was the only other Ice player to hit the scoresheet with two points.

Next up for the Ice is L.V. Rogers on Friday at 6:45 p.m.

Fans can follow the action at sportvictoria.com which has the draw, results, stats and a link to the LEC pay-per-view website. Detailed info on all of this week’s B.C. hoops championships is at www.BCHighSchoolBasketballChampionships.com

The 16-team Boys 3A tourney continues through to the championship final Saturday night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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