Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team unbeaten heading into winter break

For the third time in four years the Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team enters the winter break unbeaten.

To date, the Ice have posted a 5-0 record, winning the Parklands/Mount Doug Tournament and going 2-0 in league play. This has been good enough to bring the Ice’s provincial 3A ranking up to #4.

On Tuesday (Dec. 13), Isfeld went across the pond to take on Brooks in league play and were victorious. Led by Anthony Xylinas with 16 points, the Ice had a balanced scoring attack with nine players hitting the scoresheet.

This Friday, Dec. 23 is the annual Isfeld Alumni Tournament with the return of previous grads for a great day of basketball raising money for the scholarship program at the school. Games begin at 10 a.m. and go throughout the day.

The first weekend back in January the Ice travel to Port Alberni to defend their Totem Tournament championship from last year.

 

 

 

 

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