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’Cats take Top 10 Shootout title

Brookswood Bobcats Aislinn Konig goes up for shot against Oak Bay during a game last month at the Langley Events Centre. Konig earned MVP honours over the weekend at the Top 10 shootout at Coquitlam
Brookswood Bobcats Aislinn Konig goes up for shot against Oak Bay during a game last month at the Langley Events Centre. Konig earned MVP honours over the weekend at the Top 10 shootout at Coquitlam's Centennial Secondary.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times file photo

The Brookswood Bobcats continue to cruise, winning another tournament, and once again in decisive fashion.

The Bobcats senior girls basketball team took top spot at the Top 10 Shootout hosted by Centennial Secondary over the weekend in Coquitlam.

Brookswood, ranked No. 1 among the province’s Triple-A teams, went 4-0 and won their games by an average margin of 39 points per game.

In the finals on Saturday, the ’Cats blasted the MEI Eagles 92-59.

They beat the W.J. Mouat Hawks 81-55 in the semifinals and the Kelowna Owls 71-46 in the quarter-finals. Their opening round game was a 95-24 win over the Terry Fox Ravens.

The Hawks are ranked seventh in the most recent polls, while the Eagles are eighth and the Owls an honourable mention.

Grade 10 standout Aislinn Konig was named most valuable player while Tayla Jackson was a first team all-star and Jessie Brown was a second team all-star.

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