Brookswood Bobcats' Louise Forsyth was named a first team all-star at the Centennial Top 10 Shootout over the weekend. The Bobcats finished second while Natalie Rathler (#23) and the Walnut Grove Gators placed ninth at the tournament.

Breakers top ’Cats in Top 10 Shootout final

No. 1 Oak Bay defeats No. 2 Brookswood in championship game of senior girls tournament in Coquitlam

The Brookswood Bobcats senior girls came up short in the championship final of the Centennial Top 10 Shootout in Coquitlam.

The Oak Bay Breakers, ranked No. 1 among 3A senior girls teams in the province, defeated No. 2 Brookswood 67-45 in Saturday’s championship final.

Brookswood’s Louise Forsyth was named a first team all-star while Jenna Dick was a second team selection.

The Walnut Grove Gators finished ninth after defeating the Carson Graham Eagles 67-61.


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