Kevin Chambers takes a shot for the Prince Rupert Synergy Storm during their game against Hazelton on Feb. 13 (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

All Native Basketball Tournament Update

Scores from Day 1 and 2 at the All Native tournament in Prince Rupert, B.C.

February 11

Women’s Division

Vancouver 71 vs. Massett 46

  • Vancouver top scorers – Gavaline Tom (23), Shaniece Angus (17), Laura Lewis (14)
  • Massett top scorers – Nikki Davis (15), Cameron Parnell (10)

Hartley Bay 16 vs Bella Coola 85

  • Hartley Bay top scorers – Cammi Dundas (5), Kylie Clifton (4)
  • Bella Coola top scorers – Jessie Hans (15), Gloria Hans (13), Charity Edgar (10)

Metlakatla 22 vs Bella Bella 57

  • Metlakatla top scorers – Stephanie McLean (6), Neely Humpherville (6)
  • Bella Bella top scorers – Shayla Schooner (21), Denise English (15)

Prince Rupert Rain 82 vs Kitkatla 59

  • Prince Rupert Rain top scorers – Judy Carlick-Pearson (19), Natalie Harris (15), Kanisha Stephens (12)
  • Kitkatla top scorers – Kristy Jade-Innes (23), Gail McKay (8)

February 12

Women’s Division

New Aiyansh 51 vs Greenville 61

  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Janelle Robinson (10), Chantelle Elliott (8), Cherie Mercer (8)
  • Greenville top scorers – Valene Courtney (17), Kerry Small (12), Marana Wright (8), Jewel Leeson (8)

Gitwinksihlkw 51 vs Hesquiaht 41

  • Gitwinksihlkw top scorers – Olivia Morgan (21), Mariah Tait (12)
  • Hesquiaht top scorers – Jaylynn Lucas (17) Bonita Frank (9)

Kitamaat 46 vs Vancouver 28

  • Kitamaat top scorers – Kailee Gardiner (9), Kierra Stevens (8)
  • Vancouver top scorers – Laura Lewis (14), Alexis Battle (6)

Bella Coola 54 vs Bella Bella 81

  • Bell Coola top scorers – Phoebe Andy (19), Gloria Hans (9), Charity Edgar (8)
  • Bella Bella top scorers – Shayla Schooner (27), Jasmine Reid (23), Denise English (14)

Greenville 42 vs Prince Rupert Rain 55

  • Greenville top scorers – Valene Courtnay (10), Marcina Wright (9), Jewel Leeson (8)
  • Prince Rupert Rain top scorers – Caroline Parnell (10), Judy Corlick-Pearson (10), Tina Robinson (10)

Gitwinksihlkw 42 vs Hazelton 61

  • Gitwinksihlkw top scorers – Rochelle Francois (14), Mariah Tait (9)
  • Hazelton top scorers – Taylor Wale (18), Brittany Simpson (12), Alysha O’Brian (11)

Intermediate Division

Hazelton 85 vs New Aiyansh 73

  • Hazelton top scorers – Colten Murrell (26), Kalem Wilson (22), Kaimen Starr (11)
  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Charles Leeson (39), Tristan Robinson (15)

Port Simpson Jrs 49 vs Bella Bella 102

  • Port Simpson Jrs top scorers – Theodore White (13), Waylin Hughes (10)
  • Bella Bella top scorers – Kobe McKnight (20), Marlo John (14), Reg Humchitt (14), Lyle Wilson (14)

Senior Division

Massett 79 vs Hazelton 60

  • Massett top scorers – Chris Campbell (28), Jordan Williams (21)
  • Hazelton top scorers – Ambrose Stewart (10)

New Aiyansh 44 vs Kitamaat 96

  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Raymond Clayton (14), Lawrence Moore (8)
  • Kitamaat top scorers – Quinton Nyce (19), Darren Metz (19), Chris Stewart (15), Jeremy Nyce (12)

Gitwinksihlkw 70 vs Ahousaht 84

  • Gitwinksihlkw top scorers – Eric Nyce (24), Andrew Nyce (18), Drae Azak (14)
  • Ahousaht top scorers – Jaylen Charleson (15), Luke Robinson (14), David Donahue (13), Greg Charlie (13)

Hydaburg 100 vs Prince Rupert 77

  • Hydaburg top scorers – Vince Edenshaw (31), Damen Bell-Holter (15), George Peratrovich (15)
  • Prince Rupert top scorers – Bruce Hill (21), Gage Ladouceur (21)

Bella Bella 45 vs Port Simpson 78

  • Bella Bella top scorers – Charlie Brown (10), Howard Duncan (9)
  • Port Simpson top scorers – Colton Wesley (12), Joshua Dennis (12), Vernon Alexcee (10), Franklyn Alexcee (10)

Masters division

Prince Rupert 88 vs Kitamaat 53

  • Prince Rupert top scorers – George Kelly (25), Myron Dundas (18), Brady Johnston (12)
  • Kitamaat top scorers – James Harry (24), Wes Nyce (12)

Hazelton 40 vs Port Simpson 71

  • Hazelton top scorers – Colin Jack (16), Stu Barnes (12)
  • Port Simpson top scorers – Will Sheppard (18), Kevin Nisyok (18), Mike Wesley (12)

Kitkatla 41 vs New Aiyansh 97

  • Kitkatla top scorers – Greg McKay (11), Luis Robinson (11)
  • New Aiyansh top scorers – Richard Wolff (23), Gene Wolff (18), Phillip Clayton (18), Mike Woods (14)

Skidegate 47 vs Kincolith 50

  • Skidegate top scorers – Dustin Cross (12), Frank Russ (11), Edward Russ (10)
  • Kincolith top scorers – Dan Walters (19), Melvin Barton (14)

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