Isfeld Ice boys off to Island championships

Senior boys finish third at Island basketball tourney, held at Mark Isfeld school

 

 

 

Mark Isfeld hosted the senior boys basketball North Island tournament this past week with the Ice finishing third and qualifying for the Island tournament this week in Victoria.

In their first game Isfeld took on top 15 Wellington, losing 69-65 in overtime. No team led by more than eight points for the entire game. At the half Wellington led 29-26. Leading scorers for the Ice were Nic Xylinas with 23 and Davis Malton with 14.

The Ice then played Carihi for third and fourth and were able to avenge the previous weekend’s loss with a 69-51 win. Xylinas again led the Ice in scoring with 31 and Malton scored 18. The Island tournament starts Thursday at Parklands with Isfeld facing Reynolds at 3:45 p.m.

 

– Isfeld Ice Basketball

 

 

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