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KSS teams start league hoops play this month

From Kondor country comes word Kwalikum Secondary School’s Junior Girls basketball team improved to 2-0 in league play Wednesday with a 43-22 home win over the Golden Eagles from Woodlands.

The Senior Boys lost 79-64 to the Ladysmith 49ers on Tuesday at KSS in their regular season opener. Their next home game is Tues., Jan. 3, against Woodlands.

The Senior Girls also opened league play on Tuesday at home in a loss to Woodlands.

The Junior Boys’ league opener was postponed and rescheduled for the new year. The Jr. Boys and Jr. Girls are both in Ladysmith Jan. 4 for league games.

IN OTHER NEWS

‘The Nest’ will be jumping Sat., Dec. 17th as KSS plays host to the school’s long-running alumni basketball tournament.

“It’s going to be a six-team extravaganza,” said KSS athletic director Butch Gayton.

Game one goes at 10 a.m. and the last game starts at 6 p.m.

 

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