Rainmakers sweep Prince George tournament

The CHSS junior boys’ basketball squad found success in a big way to kick off their season last weekend.

The Charles Hays Secondary School’s (CHSS) junior boys’ basketball squad found success in a big way to kick off their season last weekend.

The Rainmakers swept all their competition from Friday to Saturday, starting out with four wins from their ‘A’ squad, including victories over Prince George’s Dutchess Park 70-56, Prince George Secondary 50-32, DP Todd Secondary 59-37 and Dutchess Park once again 56-24.

The ‘B’ team also took two wins against Dutchess Park’s ‘B’ squad 66-23 and again in a rematch the next day 69-40.

High scorers from each game were Christian Clifton (twice), Eric Tubb (twice), Colby Stephens and Dorian Robinson.

The junior boys’ team’s home opener is set for Friday, Dec. 11 at 5:30 p.m. at CHSS vs. Dutchess Park and again on Saturday at 9:30 a.m.

 

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