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Pasadena Falcons boys' basketball team won its first west coast provincial tournament last weekend

The Pasadena Falcons boys' basketball team won its first west coast provincial tournament last weekend with a resounding 41-21 win over the host Grand Falls-Windsor team in the final. The Falcons went undefeated throughout the tournament by posting 33-14 and 33-13 wins over Gander and Westport in the round robin, followed by a 45-25 win over Corner Brook in the cross-over. This is the first Grade 7 west coast provincial win for the Falcons. Members of the team include, front, from left: Isaac Morton, Liam Keefe, Josh Garnier, Kolbe Roberts, Ethan George, back, coach Kevin Farrell, Ethan Howell, Spender Caines, Daniel Sharpe, Tanner Rumbolt, Connor King, Ethan Loder and coach Derek George.
The Pasadena Falcons boys' basketball team won its first west coast provincial tournament last weekend with a resounding 41-21 win over the host Grand Falls-Windsor team in the final. The Falcons went undefeated throughout the tournament by posting 33-14 and 33-13 wins over Gander and Westport in the round robin, followed by a 45-25 win over Corner Brook in the cross-over. This is the first Grade 7 west coast provincial win for the Falcons. Members of the team include, front, from left: Isaac Morton, Liam Keefe, Josh Garnier, Kolbe Roberts, Ethan George, back, coach Kevin Farrell, Ethan Howell, Spender Caines, Daniel Sharpe, Tanner Rumbolt, Connor King, Ethan Loder and coach Derek George. - Submitted

The Pasadena Falcons boys' basketball team won its first west coast provincial tournament last weekend with a resounding 41-21 win over the host Grand Falls-Windsor team in the final.

The Falcons went undefeated throughout the tournament by posting 33-14 and 33-13 wins over Gander and Westport in the round robin, followed by a 45-25 win over Corner Brook in the cross-over. This is the first Grade 7 west coast provincial win for the Falcons.

Members of the team included Isaac Morton, Liam Keefe, Josh Garnier, Kolbe Roberts, Ethan George, Ethan Howell, Spender Caines, Daniel Sharpe, Tanner Rumbolt, Connor King, Ethan Loder, coach Kevin Farrell, and coach Derek George.

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