Isfeld Ice senior boys defeat Carihi

Solid team effort lifts Courtenay basketball team to 60-44 victory

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team played only one league game this past week but made it count as they defeated Carhi 60-44.

Isfeld led 13-1 at the end of the first quarter with all five starters scoring in the frame. Leading by 13 at the half 30-17 the Ice opened the third quarter with a 15-4 run to blow the game open.

Noah Kaefer led the Isfeld offence with 26 points followed by Nic Xylinas and Davis Malton with 12 apiece. The Ice continued their hot shooting from the outside of late by combining for eight threes for the game.

This week Isfeld closes out league play at home against Timberline on Thursday and then on the weekend play in the Brentwood/Shawnigan Countdown to Playoffs tournament in Mill Bay.

– Isfeld Ice Basketball

 

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