File photo Kwalikum Kondors playerLogan Ward has been named to the North Island B Team All-Stars

Three Kwalikum Kondors named to Island hoops all-star games

Longest running high school competition to feature top senior players

Three senior players from Kwalikum Secondary will see action at the 32nd Annual Vancouver Island Seniors Classic High School Basketball All-Star Games.

The games, featuring this year’s top graduating basketball players on Vancouver Island, will be held at Spectrum Secondary School Gym on April 6.

RELATED: 15 Nanaimo athletes chosen basketball all-stars

The best boys and girls Grade 12 players from South Island will challenge the best from the North Island in this province’s longest-running high school all-start competition.

Two Kondors girls, guard Sequoiah Bevilacqua and forward Hannah Worthen, made it to the North Island All-Stars team.

In the North Boys B team, only Kondors shooting guard Logan Ward was selected from District 69.

The boys B game is at 3:30 p.m., the girls game is at 5:15 p.m. and then the boys A game is a 7 p.m. tipoff. Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for students.

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