Owen Crouse scored 19 points for Isfeld’s sr. boys basketball team in Tuesday’s win over Timberline. File photo

Isfeld of Courtenay beats Timberline in senior boys basketball game

The Isfeld Ice senior boys basketball team bumped its record to 13-6 with a 96-49 win over triple-A rival Timberline Secondary of Campbell River, Tuesday at home.

Quinn Roberts paced the Courtenay side with 23 points. Also hitting double digits was Owen Crouse (19), Mike Aguilar and Zach Taylor (both 14) and Temwa Mtawali (12). Sam Purcell and Bryce Benton each chipped in six points, and Josh Southen scored two points.

Coach Dikran Zabunyan had promised to buy a team dinner if Mtawali, a Grade 10 point guard who is the team’s co-captain, was not the leading scorer in their next game.

Isfeld competes this weekend at the Countdown to Playoffs Tourney at Brentwood College School in Mill Bay.

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