Blessing Ibekwe led Cent’s Gr 9 squad to an impressive 8th place finish at last week’s Basketball Provincial Championships at Heritage Woods and was selected as a tournament All-Star! Congratulations Blessing. Well deserved!
The Centennial boys basketball team go into the AAAA Provincial Championship tournament with the #2 seed. This will be an amazing tournament, and the team would welcome as much support as possible as they pursue their season goal. Wednesday night, come out to cheer on the squad at the Langley Events Centre at 7:45! SEE TOURNAMENT WEBSITE HERE
BRING SOMETHING TO BE LOUD!!
Let’s bring the home court advantage to the LEC for every game! GO CENTAURS!!
The girls finished with an 8th place finish at the Provincials, which is remarkable for a team that have only come together the last 4 months. The girls had a strong season and making it to the Provincials in their first season was a big accomplishment for them.
Our Centaurs faced teams that had been playing along side one another for years and despite that – the scores were close. Blessing Ibewke received one of the All-Stars awards. A big thank you to Mr. Hill and Nikki Rampuri for taking time out of their schedule to coach the Grade 9 girls.
The girls had an amazing game today. The first game was against Highlanders 1pm at Heritage Woods. The score was 38-28 for us. Amelia Perry had 14 points. Blessing Ibekwe had 8 points and had an amazing game defensively. Isabella Banco assisted 10 baskets.
See the playoff draw here: https://bbc9girlsprovincials.weebly.com/results.html
The Senior Boys Provincials run from March 4th to March 7th at the Langley Events Centre. Tournament website HERE