The Charles Hays Senior boys basketball team starts its season today (File Photo)

Charles Hays Rainmakers basketball opens its season in Terrace

The Charles Hays senior boys basketball team opens its season in Terrace today.

The Charles Hays Rainmakers Senior boys basketball team kicks off the season today with a tournament in Terrace.

The tournament marks the start of a year where the team has championship aspirations. Having strength at every position with recent Utah State signee Liam Mcchesney at the forefront.

Head coach Ryan Bishop is excited to see his lineup at full strength for the first time.

” I love our roster, we are strong at every position one through five,” Bishop said in an earlier interview.

Although the season is in its infancy coach Bishop knows the importance of a hot start and what it does carrying the team’s momentum forward throughout the season.

The team dominated its first game of the tournament this morning winning by a final score of 78-24.

The team next plays Dec. 5 at Collingwood.

RELATED: Rainmakers take seventh in BC Provincial Basketball Championships

READ MORE: Charles Hays Rainmakers ready for new season.



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