South Kamloops Wins 2nd Consecutive BC AAA Girls Basketball Championship

Mar 20, 2013

The South Kamloops Titans accomplished a rare feet in high school basketball this past week, winning their second consecutive BC AAA Girls Basketball Championship, presented by TELUS, at the LEC. Led by star post player Emma Wolfram, the Titans defeated the Brookswood Bobcats 59 – 49 in the final in front of 1,718 fans in the LEC Gymnasium.

Wolfram was named Tournament Most Valuable Player for the second year in a row and Most Outstanding Defensive Player for the third year in a row. Both teams started their seasons at the Langley Events Centre as part of the First Annual Tsumura Basketball Invitational.

It was a banner week for girls’ basketball at the LEC as the sixteen teams competed in front of 4,688 fans throughout the course of the week. There were an additional 8,024 people who viewed the event online via webcast.

In total, over 7,198 people came to the Langley Events Centre to watch girls’ basketball with an additional 13,921 people viewing online the week of March 6 to the 9 as the 2013 TELUS Junior Girls Basketball Provincials were happening at the same time. The Junior Girls tournament, won by W.J. Mouat over St. Thomas More, had 2,510 fans that came out to watch with an additional 5,897 people enjoying the event online.

For more information on the 2013 BC AAA Girls Basketball Championships, presented by TELUS, including full results and awards please visitwww.langleyeventscentre.com/aaagirls

For more information on the 2013 TELUS Junior Girls Provincial Basketball Championships, including full results and awards please visitwww.langleyeventscentre.com/jrgirls



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