The SAMS Boys Basketball were victorious in their recent tournament in Barriere.

SAMS Boys Basketball Team takes first place at Barriere Tournament

The SAMS boys went undefeated throughout the tournament boasting a 4-0 record.

Congratulations to the SAMS boys’ basketball team for their first place finish at the Barriere Boys Jr. Cougar basketball classic tournament. The SAMS boys went undefeated throughout the tournament boasting a 4-0 record.

The stiffest competition came from the host team Barriere. It was a nail biting, stomach wrenching, give me grey hair early kind of game against the Cougars. But we held on for a one-point victory.

The Thunder also played very hard and proved they are be a worthy opponent. The Thunder came to compete and fought hard the entire game. Acwsalcta finished third respectfully, finishing with a 3-1 record. Tournament MVP was Christian Webber of the SAMS Grizzlies. Isaac Silver-Mack received his second consecutive All-Star award. From the Acwsalcta squad, Jonas Anderson also received an All-Star award. We now turn our attention to the upcoming zones tournament held this year in February at Tumbler Ridge, BC. Way to go boys!

Final score results were: Game 1: SAMS 56 Ashcroft 35. Game 2: SAMS 62 Pemberton 16. Game 3: SAMS 45 Barriere 44. Game 4: SAMS 50 Acwsalcta 40. Tournament MVP: Christian Webber. All-Stars: Isaac Silver-Mack and Jonas Anderson.

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