Liam McChesney goes for a layup during the Rainmaker’s game against RC Palmer (John Morrow / Black Press)

Rainmakers fall in provincial quarter finals

CHSS senior boys basketball team fell to Seycove 91-80

The Charles Hays Secondary School senior boys basketball team lost in their quarter final matchup against Seycove 91-80 on March 8 in the BC highschool basketball championships.

The Rainmakers were ranked fourth heading into the game against the fifth ranked Seyhawks. While the loss has knocked them out of contention for the provincial championship, they next play Shawnigan Lake tonight at 8:45 p.m.

The Rainmakers made it to the round of eight after beating 13th ranked R.C. Palmer 63-49.

More to follow

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