Desi Collinson surveys the floor for the Skidegate Saints during their game against Hydaburg on Feb. 13. The Saints lost 80-73 in what was an intense, fast-paced contest. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Tournament: Day 3

Scores from Day 3 at the All Native tournament in Prince Rupert, B.C.

February 13

Womens Division

Massett 81 vs Hartley Bay 25

  • Massett top scorers – Camryn Parnell (23), Sarah Edenshaw (17), Nikki Davis (11)
  • Hartley Bay top scorers – Michele Bolton (10), Martina Dudoward (4), Kaylie Clifton (4)

Metlakatla BC 35 vs Kitkatla 60

  • Metlakatla top scorers – Neely Humperville (20), Leanne Hughes (6), Stephanie McLean (6)
  • Kitkatla top scorers – Kristy Jade Innes (25), Gail McKay (10), Evelyn Innes (8)

Hesquiaht 55 vs Aiyansh 68

  • Hesquiaht top scorers – Shania Sabbas (14), Jaylynn Lucas (12)
  • Aiyansh top scorers – Grace Clayton (17), Connie Johnson (12)

Vancouver 47 vs Canyon City 48

  • Vancouver top scorers – Laura Lewis (11), Gavaline Tom (7), Sarah Humchitt (7)
  • Canyon City top scorers – Mariah Tait (16), Samantha Azak (13)

Intermediate Division

Hartley Bay 90 vs Kincolith 48

  • Hartley Bay top scorers – Keyler Reece (26), Christian Clifton, Rylan Adams (12)
  • Kincolith top scorers – Nick Watts (11), Shamas Barton (10)

Kitkatla 56 vs Skidegate 52

  • Kitkatla top scorers – George Mason Jr. (16), Malcolm Brown (15)
  • Skidegate top scorers – Davin McDonald (15), Mikey Hughan-Blazie (9)

Prince Rupert 54 vs Hazelton 64

  • Prince Rupert top scorers – Nicolis Campbell (17), Brett Stevens (11)
  • Hazelton top scorers – Kalem (20), Colten Murrell (18), Kaimen Starr (15)

Kitkatla 70 vs Port Simpson 76

  • Kitkatla top scorers – Malcolm Brown (19), Corey Clifford (12), Dominic Irvine (10)
  • Port Simpson scorers – Jakob Henry (22), Taylor Ross (13), John Sampson (12)

Senior Division

Bella Coola 101 vs Kincolith 86

  • Bella Coola top scorers – Louis Edgars (34), Quentin Hans (28), Edgar Carlson (12)
  • Kincolith top scorers – Claude Barton (21), Perry Terrell Jr. (14), Darcy Stevens (13)

Kitkatla 89 vs Massett 66

  • Kitkatla top scorers – Jacob Thom (23), Dustin Eaton (21), CGitharles Leeson (17)
  • Massett top scorers – Skyler Brown (20), Jordan Williams (13), Cooper Wilson (9)

Hydaburg 80 vs Skidegate 73

  • Hydaburg top scorers – Damon Bell-Holter (24), Vince Edenshaw (22)
  • Skidegate top scorers – Tyler York (27), Duane Alsop (13), Darcy Pearson (12)

Hazelton 71 vs New Aiyansh 82

  • Hazelton top scorers – Brandon Stevens (16), Matt Bernard (15), Roland Wright (10)
  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Lawrence Moore (22), Raymond Clayton (19), Gill Morven (16)

Gitwinksihlkw (92) vs Bella Bella (82)

  • Gitwinksihlkw top scorers – Andrew Nyce (26), Drae Azak (24), Eric Nyce (21)
  • Bella Bella top scorers – Charlie Brown (22), Graylon Martin (19), Clint Germyn (12)

Masters Division

Prince Rupert 70 vs Greenville 83

  • Prince Rupert top scorers – George Kelly (29), Brady Johnston (11), Vern Barker (9)
  • Greenville top scorers – Charles Adams (25), Scott Barker (16), Tony Stevens (15)

Bella Bella 60 vs New Aiyansh 87

  • Bella Bella top scorers – Daryl Easterbrook (17), Ryan Humchitt (13), Charles Gladstone (11)
  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Richard Wolff (23), Justin Adams (20), Gene Wolff (10)

Kincolith 50 vs Hydaburg 71

  • Kincolith top scorers – Melvin Barton (12), Mike Alexander (12)
  • Hydaburg top scorers – Joe Young (20), T.J. Young (18), Tony Peele (13)

Hazelton 48 vs Kitamaat 60

  • Hazelton top scorers – Stu Barns (16), Jason Patsey (14), Robert Starr (9)
  • Kitamaat top scorers – James Harry (31), Wes Nyce (17)

READ MORE: All Native Basketball Tournament Day 1 and Day 2 scores


 


matthew.allen@thenorthernview.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

“Canada Post is cancelling Christmas,” says Rupert’s union president

CUPW rejected Canada Posts proposed ‘cooling off’ period on Nov. 19

Choppy weather delays Prince Rupert/Haida Gwaii ferry

BC Ferries Northern Expedition is delayed on Nov. 20 until further notice

Port charged with burying burnt remains of treated wood

Burning the old dock on Ridley Island for five days in 2017 has led to four environmental charges

Prince Rupert students learn with scientific building blocks

Video on Geneskool, a learning program Genome BC brought to SD 52 Nov. 14 - 20

Kaien Island Craft Fair highlights

Video of a packed Prince Rupert civic centre where people came to buy local goods before Christmas

Delivering the paper as a family

The Northern View is looking for newspaper carriers in Prince Rupert, join our team today

Shirtless stranger loomed over couch and started stabbing, bloody B.C. murder trial hears

Colin John pleads not guilty as trial opens in 2016 Chemainus murder case

Late 2019 too long to wait for ridesharing: B.C. Conservatives

“While the rest of the world is embracing this transportation revolution, B.C. is only now staggering slowly toward legislation on a business model that’s been mainstreamed for over a decade in other jurisdictions.”

Police aim to prevent retaliation after Hells Angel found dead under B.C. bridge

IHIT confirms Chad Wilson, 43, was the victim of a ‘targeted’ homicide

ICBC warns shoppers of the high-accident season at mall parking lots

Over 150,000 accidents happened during the holiday season last year

No deal in sight: Canada Post warns of delivery delays into January

Union holds fifth week of rotating strikes as both sides remain apart on contract negotiations

COLUMN: Higher interest rates will slow B.C. economy after ‘unusually robust’ show

Jock Finlayson is executive vice president and chief policy officer of the Business Council of BC

Jason Aldean, Old Dominion to headline Merritt’s Rockin’ River concerts next summer

Four-day music festival at Coldwater River from Aug. 1 to 4

Most Read