Fort St. James Secondary School holds successful basketball tournament

It was another successful basketball tournament held at Fort St. James Secondary School on Jan 6-7.

  • Jan. 11, 2017 6:00 p.m.

The Fort St. James Senior Girls Basketball Team.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

It was another successful basketball tournament held at Fort St. James Secondary School on Jan 6-7.

The Fort St. James Secondary School junior boys and girls teams competed against Northside, LDSS, Valemont, Cedars and Fless.

The Fort Senior teams competed against FLESS, Northside and Valemont.

It was an action packed weekend as spectators filled both gymnasiums and came out to enjoy and cheer on their local favorites.

Fort St. James Secondary School Basketball Tournament results:

 

Junior Boys/Girls Teams:

Friday, Jan. 6

Game 1 –12:30PM FSJ Boys VS Northside Boys (New Gym) 26-58

Game 2 – 1:45PM FSJ Girls VS Northside Girls 40-41

Game 3 – 3:00PM FSJ Boys VS LDSS Boys 55-65

Game 4 – 4:15PM LDSS Girls VS Valemount Girls 34-37

Game 5 – 5:30PM Valemount Boys VS Northside Boys 28-71

Game 6 – 6:45PM Valemount Girls VS FLESS Girls 66-45

Game 7 – 8:00PM FSJ Boys VS Cedars Boys 29-66

Saturday, Jan. 7

Game 8 – 8:00AM FSJ Girls VS Valemount Girls 23-75

Game 9 – 9:15PM Northside Girls VS LDSS Girls 29-46

Game 10 – 10:30AM LDSS Boys VS Valemount Boys 47-33

Game 11 – 11:45AM FSJ Girls VS FLESS Girls 25-53

Game 12 – 1:00PM LDSS Boys VS Cedars Boys 32-40

Game 13 – 2:15PM LDSS Girls VS FLESS Girls 77-17

Game 14 – 3:30PM Cedars Boys VS Northside Boys 42-48

Game 15 – 4:45PM Northside Girls VS Valemount Girls 37-63

Game 16 – 6:00PM FSJ Boys VS Valemount Boys 33-60

Most Sportsmanlike:

Girls – LDSS

Boys – Cedars

 

Senior Girls/Boys Teams:

Friday Jan. 8

Game 1 – 2:00PM Friday FSJ Boys VS Northside Boys 40-73

Game 2 – 3:45PM Friday Valemount Girls VS FLESS Girls 47-43

Game 3 – 5:30PM Friday FSJ Girls VS Northside Girls 9-59

Game 4 – 7:15PM Friday FLESS Boys VS Valemount Boys 92-45

Saturday, Jan. 7

Game 5 – 7:30AM Saturday FSJ Boys VS Valemount Boys 54-49

Game 6 – 9:15AM Saturday FSJ Girls VS FLESS Girls 28-70

Game 7 – 11:00AM Saturday Northside Boys VS FLESS Boys 72-71

Game 8 – 12:45PM Saturday Valemount Girls VS Northside Girls 48-47

Game 9 – 2:30PM Saturday Valemount Boys VS Northside Boys 33-94

Game 10 – 4:15PM Saturday FLESS Girls VS Northside Girls 30-46

Game 11 – 6:00PM Saturday FSJ Boys VS FLESS Boys 18-33

Game 12 – 7:45PM Saturday FSJ Girls VS Valemount Girls 16-76

Sr Girls Sr Boys Most Sportsmanlike Team:

1st Valemount 1st Northside Girls – Valemount

2nd Northside 2nd FLESS Boys – Northside

3rd FLESS 3rd FSJ

4th FSJ 4th Valemount

 

 

 

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