Isfeld Ice senior boys complete fifth straight undefeated season

B.C. #2 AAA boys basketball team now prepares for North Island playoffs

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team concluded league play Tuesday with a 65-36 win over the Carihi Tyees.

This was Isfeld’s fifth straight unbeaten league season. To go along with this the Ice won six exhibition tournaments to extended their record to 29-0.

On the weekend Isfeld won the Police Tournament in Campbell River over Pacific Christian 59-40. The 40 points was the most the Ice have allowed in their past six games, holding teams to an average of 35 points per game.

Isfeld now has nine days off as they prepare for the North Island playoffs at Ballenas. The Ice remain ranked #2 in B.C. 3A hoops behind Rick Hansen of Abbotsford.

 

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