Creston senior boys basketball team continues dominant run

Web Lead

The Prince Charles Secondary School Bulldogs continued their dominant run in the 2015-16 senior boys’ basketball season with a home tournament victory Feb. 6.

The Bulldogs swept both their games in the three-team, round-robin affair to finish first and run their season record to 10-1, with three titles in four tournaments.

Jacob Dumas netted 18 points in PCSS’s 61-44 victory over the Selkirk Storm of Kimberley, which ended the contest on an 11-0 run to make the score closer than indicated by the action.

Creston closed out the first half with a 13-0 run of its own to lead 38-15 at the break, and took a 55-28 advantage into the final quarter.

The Storm is one of two Kootenay rivals PCSS will have to get past in zone playoffs to qualify for the British Columbia AA championships.

In the other game, PCSS outscored the Mt. Sentinel Wildcats of South Slocan 69-32, paced by the 22 points of Leo Evans plus 13 from Dumas, 10 from Jamond Dortman and eight from Marcus Bell.

The Bulldogs followed up that performance with a perfect weekend in Fernie on Feb. 12 and 13, when they won their fourth trophy and improved to 14-1 on the season.

They posted lopsided opening-day victories over Crowsnest Pass and Mt. Sentinel, then followed that up the next day with narrow victories over Sparwood (in the semifinals) and the host Fernie Falcons in the championship match.

PCSS is hosting the 2016 Kootenay zone senior boys’ playoffs Feb. 26 and 27. The Bulldogs will be seeking a berth in the AA provincials in Langley in the regional finals against Selkirk and Golden, a team they will not have seen before the playoffs.


Just Posted

Two minutes of silence

This year I was very upset when the requisite Two Minutes of Silence was missed/overlooked/forgotten

Disheartening to see the campaign urging Creston voters to say no

Our firefighters have been doing an excellent job within the limitations of their current facilities

Building Unity and Loving One Another

Difficult to understand that the editor has allowed an organization to take a pot shot at the Catholic Church

Creston’s Ralph Heald has been given French’s highest award for his WWII service

Ralph Heald found speaking about his WWII experiences difficult until a successful application for the rank of Knighth of the French National Order of the Legion of Honour unleashed his memories.

Locums help fill medical gaps

The Creston Valley Health Working Group has been successful in recruiting new physicians to the area, but locums are also an importantn piece in a challenging puzzle

VIDEO: Rare comic showing Superman’s 1st appearance to be auctioned

The 1938 comic features Superman hoisting a car over his head

An adopted cat is the best 10 pounds you’ll gain this season

BC SPCA encouraging families to add a forever feline friend during adoption event Nov. 24 to Dec. 3

Uber official says public needs to push for ridesharing in B.C.

Mike van Hemmen tells Kelowna Chamber of commerce ridesharing would be ‘win-win-win’

B.C. co-ops relieved with Ottawa’s housing strategy

Federal government to have a new co-operative housing funding model in place by 2020

B.C. NDP referendum plan sparks legislature battle

David Eby says public will decide on proportional referendum

Hammy has been freed of his threads, a purple antler remains

The iconic Prince Rupert buck with a piece of hammock attached to his antlers was caught by COs

COLUMN: Taking another look at Kelowna

Columnist Donna Macdonald finds many things to love about the city Nelsonites love to hate

Court adjourned again for man linked to Shuswap farm where human remains found

Curtis Sagmoen will appear back in court on Dec. 14

B.C. family advocating for drug decriminalization following death of son

Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh has noted the New Democrats would decriminalize personal possession of all drugs

Most Read