Mount Baker Wild's Bryden Vaughan and Walnut Grove Gators' Sheldon Frew get physical in pursuit of a loose ball during opening round action on Wednesday at the B.C. 4A senior boys provincial championships. The top-ranked Gators hammered the No. 16 Wild 116-36.

Wild no match for Gators

Walnut Grove makes quick work of No. 16 Mount Baker to open B.C. 4A provincial senior boys basketball championships at Langley Events Centre

Two Langley teams are still alive in the hunt for gold at the Langley Events Centre.

The top-seeded Walnut Grove Gators made quick work of the No. 16 Mount Baker Wild on Wednesday morning, hammering the Cranbrook visitors 116-36.

The Gators advance to the quarter-finals of the B.C. 4A provincial senior boys championships.

And in the 1A championships, also at the LEC, the No. 4 Credo Christian Kodiaks defeated Fraser Lake 96-65 to move to the final eight.

The third Langley team in action, the Brookswood Bobcats, lost their opening round match at the B.C. 3A championships, falling 79-49 to the South Kamloops Titans.The ’Cats were the No. 15 seed.

More photos from opening day action to come.

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