Isfeld Ice third at first basketball tourney of the season

Senior boys hosting their own tournament this weekend, with games starting at noon Friday

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team opened its season this past weekend with a third-place finish at the Parkland Invitational in Victoria.

In the first game against Notre Dame of Vancouver the Ice won 62-55. The Ice led throughout the game and were up 38-24 at the half. Noah Kaefer led the team in scoring with 24 and Nic Xylinas added 22.

In game two the Ice played a physical Kwalikum team and lost 47-37. Unable to control the defensive rebounds and keep Kwalikum off the glass the Ice were badly outrebounded. Kaefer lead the team in scoring with 19.

In the third place game Isfeld beat the Ballenas Whalers 60-37. Isfeld led throughout with 18-10 at the end of the first, 33-16 at the half and 43-22 after the third quarter. Leading scorers for Isfeld were Kaefer 25, Davis Malton had 12 and Xylinas scored 10.

Kaefer was selected to the All Tournament team. Isfeld hosts it own tournament this weekend with games starting at noon Friday and going all day Saturday.

 

– Isfeld Ice Basketball

 

 

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