Vanier’s Macyn Johnson (12), Jeff Powell (14) and Brayden Waugh (15) are pictured during Tuesday’s game against NDSS. The visitors from Nanaimo won. Scott Stanfield photo

Nanaimo Secondary evens the score with Vanier basketball team

The visitors from Nanaimo District Secondary (NDSS) beat the Towhees senior boys basketball team in a Tuesday league game at Vanier. Both teams compete at the 4A level.

Nanaimo was up 33-27 at the half, but Vanier trailed by just a point (46-45) at the end of the third quarter.

Nanaimo then pulled ahead to win the game 71-56.

Vanier was without 6’8” forward Peter Greaves on Tuesday. Earlier in the season, Vanier had beaten NDSS 73-68 in Nanaimo.

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