Tanveen Randhawa heads for the hoop against Taylor Knight of the Windsor Dukes during Provincials action on March 5. The Dukes would defeate the Rainmakers 58-27.

Charles Hays Senior Girls Rainmakers compete at provincials

The Charles Hays Rainmakers Senior Girls basketball team were in Langley last week for the provincial championships.

The Charles Hays Rainmakers Senior Girls basketball team were in Langley last week for the provincial championships, finishing with a 1-3 record.

The girls started the tournament against Windsor High School of North Vancouver on Wednesday after a long road trip to the Lower Mainland. The Rainmakers would fall to the eventual provincial champions by a final score of 58-27. River Carr-Woods led all scorers with seven points, followed by Celina Guadagni and Natalie Repole with six apiece.

On Thursday, the team tipped off against Marl Isfeld High School of Courtenay in a hard-fought game that ended with a final score of 79-63 for the island team. Guadagni and Hannah McKay both had strong games on Thursday, finishing with 23 points and 20 points respectively.

On Friday, the Rainmakers played their third game of the tournament against Lambrick Park High School of Victoria in the last game of the day. When the final buzzer sounded, the Rainmakers were on the wrong side of a 71-51 final score.

In the final game on Saturday, the Rainmaker faced off with JL Crowe of Trail and picked up the win with a final score of 64-36.

The win put the Rainmakers in 15th place.

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