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Bobcats fall short at Fraser Valleys

Brookswood Bobcats Julia Avery looks to pass the ball during her team
Brookswood Bobcats Julia Avery looks to pass the ball during her team's game against Panorama Ridge at Brookswood Secondary in the opening round of the Grade 8 girls Fraser Valley championships.
— image credit: Natasha Jones/Langley Times

The Brookswood Bobcats placed eighth at the Grade 8 girls Fraser Valley basketball championships.

The Bobcats, the Langley district champions, had advanced to the final eight after winning their first two games — 37-14 over Panorama Ridge and 31-16 against Clayburn.

But  the team went 0-3 in the championship round, losing 52-32 to Semiahmoo, 34-33 to G.W. Graham and 26-22 to Khalsa.

Three other Langley schools took part in the 32-team event, but all lost in the opening round.

The Langley Christian Lightning lost 28-24 to the North Surrey Spartans, the Credo Christian Kodiaks dropped a 38-33 decision to the Tamanawis Wildcats and the Walnut Grove fell 31-22 to Clayburn,

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