J. L. Crowe basketball: Sr. Girls’ team holds annual tournament

The J. L. Crowe Hawks basketball season is in full swing as the senior teams host their opening tournaments last weekend and this weekend.

The J. L. Crowe Hawks basketball season is in full swing as the senior boys held their opening tournament last weekend and the senior girls hit the hard court for their opening tournament this Friday and Saturday.

The senior boys Hawks opened their tournament on a winning note, downing Mt. Sentinel before dropping their next tilt, 53-35, to L. V. Rogers of Nelson. The powerhouse on the weekend was the Vernon team that went undefeated through the tournament, beating Nelson in the final 80-55.

The Senior girls team, meanwhile, tips off Friday with its first game of the season.

Five teams will play in the annual Crowe Invitational Sr. Girls Basketball Tournament including Pen-Hi from Penticton, Bonners Ferry out of Idaho, Creston’s Prince Charles Secondary (PCSS), and L.V. Rogers.

The Hawks open against  L.V.R at 10:15 a.m. Friday followed by a 1:45 match versus Bonners Ferry.

They’re up bright and early for a match against PCSS Saturday morning at 8:45 a.m., hopefully for a chance to play in the tournament final at 1:45 p.m.

Just Posted

IRM reports small sulphuric acid leak at Waneta reload

IRM states a small volume of less than one cup and three dime-sized drips were leaked from carrier

Columbia Basin RDI: Exercise Your Right to Vote

Voter turnout statistics from the Columbia Basin Rural Development Institute

New farmers in Columbia Basin supported by land matching program

New and young farmers in the Basin are receiving support and services from a dedicated land matcher

Columbia Basin Trust offering business accelerator program

Trust seeking motivated companies for customized support and mentorship program

Trail military exercises provide crucial training

Exercise Sapper Crucible: ‘The nuts and bolts of what a soldier is’

Environment Canada confirms Ottawa area hit by two tornadoes Friday

At one point more than 200,000 hydro customers were blacked out

Whitecaps see playoff dreams fade after 2-1 loss to FC Dallas

Goal in 87th minute seals Vancouver’s fate

B.C. students send books to displaced students of Hornby Island school fire

Maple Ridge elementary school teacher says students learned about acts of kindness

WHL: Kootenay Ice drop Calgary Hitmen 5-3 in home opener

Youth take centre stage as Kootenay explodes for three second-period goals

Trump drains oxygen from Trudeau foreign policy with PM, Freeland bound for UN

A lot has changed since the Liberals came to power in Canada in 2015

B.C. man fined $15,000, barred from trading securities for fraud

Larry Keith Davis used money from an investor to pay personal bills

Family, friends of B.C murder victim want killer sent back to max security facility

Group wants convicted murderer Walter Ramsay sent back to a maximum security facility

Most Read