Douglas Royals 57
VIU Mariners 50
It was an outstanding game going back and forth until the Royals hung on for the victory. Sarah Jorgenson took charge leading the Royals with a game high 19 points while Rachel Beauchamp had yet another double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds. Overall the team shot 32% from the field.
At times the Mariners shooters went cold finishing the game shooting 23% from the field. Danielle Vanbergen came off the bench and dropped 15 points. Emma Platner led all the starters with 11 points and Emily Clarke was solid with 10 rebounds.
Capilano Blues 82
Camosun Chargers 66
It was the most lopsided score on Friday night as the Blues held serve on their home floor. They shot 39% from the field and Reiko Ohama led all scorers with 25 points. Carmelle M’Bikata dropped in 18 and Francis Penafiel came off the bench to score 15.
The Chargers shot 36% from the field, but where frustrated from downtown connecting on three of 20 shots. Veteran Kathryn Candell led the way with 21 points and Mia Roberts was a threat as she scored 14 points.
CBC Bearcats 73
Quest Kermodes 63
The Bearcats came out of the halftime locker room with fire in their eyes as they took control of the game and left with a solid road win. Harvina Kaler led all scorers with 24 points and Anna Kamerman came off the bench for 15 points. As a team they shot 35% from the field.
The Kermodes couldn’t find an answer and really fell behind scoring just nine points in the third quarter. Kimmy Aburegeba led her club with 14 points and Julia Gallant had 11.