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.