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KRSS hosting Zone basketball championships

The Kootenay River Secondary School Senior boys basketball team, winners of five or their five tournaments this season, are hosting the AA Senior Zone championships this coming weekend, Feb. 23 and 24. (Photo courtesy KRSS)

After a powerhouse season, the Kootenay River Secondary School Senior Boys basketball team is looking to take their game to the next level.

KRSS is hosting the AA Senior Boys Zones tournament this coming weekend, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23 and 24. The tournament features teams from around the region competing for top prize, with the tournament winner going to the Provincial Championships in March in Langley.

The Bulldogs have had an excellent season so far, posting a 20-4 record, and winning five out of five tournaments.

The team is led by a strong senior core, with Quinn Page, Jake Adams, Cyrus Donaghy Levi Huber, Vinayak Khanna, and Daniel Fabbro.

Jake Adams (point guard) is the team captain, leading scorer, and floor general.

Cyrus Donaghy (shooting guard) is also a captain and commands the team’s defense with his hard-work and tenacity.

Quinn Page (small forward) is an talented player, sharpshooter, and clutch performer who leads the team in assists.

Levi Huber (power forward) is an underrated all-around player, with a lethal hook shot. He leads the team in blocked shots.

Vinayak Khanna (center) is a 6-foot 6-inch powerhouse in the middle, leading the team in rebounds.

Daniel Fabbro is the sixth man with incredible hustle, defensive intensity and offensive firepower.

The Senior Boys basketball team has a deep bench, with a skilled Grade 11 group that contributes significantly every game.

The team is inviting to community to come out to KRSS this coming weekend, Feburary 23 and 24, to take in top flight basketball and support the home team, as they look to take Zones and make it to provincials.

Quinn Page (left) and Jake Adams. (Photos submitted)

Barry Coulter

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