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Bobcats eighth at junior provincial championships

Brookswood Bobcats’ Rachel Beskau throws a pass over top of the Notre Dame Jugglers defence to Natasha Tadic (#21) during opening round play at the B.C . junior girls provincial basketball championships at the Langley Events Centre. - Gary Ahuja/Langley Times
Brookswood Bobcats’ Rachel Beskau throws a pass over top of the Notre Dame Jugglers defence to Natasha Tadic (#21) during opening round play at the B.C . junior girls provincial basketball championships at the Langley Events Centre.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times

A match-up with the eventual provincial champions knocked the Brookswood Bobcats from a shot at a medal.

The Bobcats, who were hosting the B.C. junior girls provincial championships at the Langley Events Centre, lost in the quarter-finals, 55-39 to the Oak Bay Breakers on Thursday afternoon.

Brookswood, seeded 11th, had knocked off the No. 6 Notre Dame Jugglers 63-53 earlier in the day.  The ’Cats closed with a 64-50 loss to Holy Cross and a 62-44 defeat to W.J. Mouat.

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