Makenzy Bishop leads charge in Grade 5 female hoops victory

Dave Kearsey
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Carly Applin of the J. J. Curling Cougars carries the ball up the hardwood during a round-robin game against host Immaculate Heart of Mary School at the 2014 West Coast Provincial Grade 5 Girls Basketball Tournament Wednesday afternoon.
— Star photo by Dave Kearsey

Makenzy Bishop drained 16 points to lead Immaculate Heart of Mary School to a 28-27 victory over the J. J. Curling Cougars in Wednesday’s action from the West Coast Provincial Grade 5 Girls Basketball Tournament.

Emma Doman shared the spotlight for the winners with eight points at the Immaculate Heart of Mary School gymnasium in the second round-robin game of the tournament that will wrap up Sunday morning.

Alicia Osmond was the offensive force for the Cougars, earning player of the game honours for her team with a 12-point performance on the hardwood.

Alexandra House poured in six points for the Cougars, while benchmate Emily Noel had five points in a losing cause.

Bishop, chosen player of the game for her team, had 16 points in the tournament opener Tuesday as the host squad registered a convincing 50-8 victory over the Sacred Heart School Grade 4 team.

There are no round-robin games scheduled for today in the six-team tournament, but the action will get heated up three games on the slate for Friday.

For the remainder of the tournament schedule see page 14 of today's Western Star.

Organizations: Mary School, West Coast Provincial Grade 5 Girls Basketball Tournament.Emma Doman, Alexandra House Sacred Heart School Grade

Geographic location: Western Star

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