LANGLEY: Friday’s Night Final Four games saw teams advance to the finals with very close games and others not so close.
Tale Of The Tape:
This game saw both teams hold the lead at various points throughout the game. It was a game that could have be won by either side. At the final buzzer, a missed last second 3 pointer by Sir Winston Churchill senior Amit Sekhon kept the defending B.C. champion Bulldogs 2 points behind. PoCo’s Terry Fox Ravens survived to win 70-68 and now will face Abbotsford’s Yale Loins.
The Lions beat out The Kelowna Owls 84-79 to advance to the big game tonight.
” AAA “
East Vancouver’s Sir Charles Tupper Tigers beat out Prince Rupert’s Charles Hays Rainmakers 63-40 in the Final Four semifinals Friday If The Tigers win tonight it will be their first BC “AAA” senior boys title in school history. The Tigers will face Surrey’s Fleetwood Park Dragons, who also are in their first-ever final game in the BC boys senior basketball championships.
In Friday’s Final Four showdown Fleetwood Park had to work hard against Richmond’s R.A. McMath. The Dragons led from start to finish, but had to defend a strong 4th quarter surge by the Wildcats, eventually beating Wildcats 78-75.
” AA “
Victoria’s No. 1 seed St. Michaels University School Blue Jags have still not been tested. SMUS beat out West Vancouver’s Collingwood Cavaliers 67-34 to advance to the Saturday afternoon final against North Delta’s Delview Raiders.
North Delta’s Delview Raiders showed true grit, pulling out a last-second 81-79 win over a very tough and talented Southridge Storm. Raiders superstar point guard Wowie Untalan scored 5 points in the last 8.9 seconds. He shot a 3 pointer from almost the center line and than with 4.4 seconds left stole the ball for an easy layup to put The Raiders up by 2. What an effort by this young man! He was determined not let 2 missed free throws earlier in the game when there was only 15 seconds remaining and Delview was down by 2.. Untalan finished with 42 points and 9 assists in the win.
The Kelowna Christian Knights and the Immaculata Mustangs clashed for a BC “A” title. The Knights beat the No. 1 seed Richmond Christian Eagles 68-58 in a game where the lead was held by both teams. Iit was a back and forth affair.
Meanwhile, the Immaculata Mustangs beat out Langey’s Credo Christian Kodiaks 67-44. The Mustangs don’t want to disappoint their fans as they try for a sweep of the BC titles. Last week saw the senior girls team win the BC”AA” title.
“A” 1:30 p.m Kelowna’s Christian Knights vs. Kelowna’s Immaculata Mustangs
“AA” 3:45 p.m., Victoria’s No. 1 seed St. Michaels University School Blue Jags vs. North Delta No. 11 seed Delview Raiders
“AAA” 6 p.m., East Vancouver’s Sir Charles Tupper Tigers vs. Surrey’s Fleetwood Park Dragons
“AAAA” 8:15 p.m. PoCo’s Terry Fox Ravens vs. Abbotsford’s Yale Lions
All games to be played at The Langley Event Center
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