Okanagan Coyotes 98
Camosun Chargers 83
The Coyotes completed a massive weekend sweep on Saturday and moved within two points of third place in the PACWEST standings with three games to go. They outscored the Chargers 34-19 in the third quarter and took control of the game shooting 44.6% from the field led by Eric Marbury with a game high 29 points and five assists. Matthew Lafontaine added 18 points including four-three pointers and Seth Blundell had 11 points and 11 boards.
The Chargers have now lost three straight but are still hanging onto third place in the standings. Shaquille Maharaj was again the leader on the scoresheet with 21 points and eight rebounds. Atlas St. Paul-Butler added 12 and nine boards.
Douglas Royals 102
Langara Falcons 87
Another big road win for the first place Royals after shooting 49% from the field. Reese Morris had a major impact with 26 points doing most of his damage down low and Courtney Anderson added 25 points. They stay six points up on the VIU Mariners for first place in the standings.
The Falcons on the other hand shot 42% from the field and 47% from downtown. Moeiz Athaya led his squad with 26 points and Luka Lizdek added 19 points on the strength of five-three pointers.
VIU Mariners 104
CBC Bearcats 88
For the second straight night the Mariners scored 104 points on route to a lopsided win. Landon Radliff collected 24 points hitting six-three pointers. Toni Odom came off the bench again and dropped in 21 points while Tyus Barfoot scored 15 and grabbed 10 rebounds.
The Bearcats offence was centered around Trent Baker who scored 41 points in 35 minutes of play catching fire.