Photos Gerry Leibel

A clean sweep for Haisla basketball

Kincolith intermediates, masters, visit Kitamaat Village

Kincolith basketball teams were in Kitamaat Village on Sunday to take on the Haisla Intermediate and the Masters teams.

The games featured some fast-actioned play, the scores quickly climbing right from the beginning of the games. Ultimately it was the Haisla teams that pushed through, the Intermediates winning both their games and the Masters winning their game 62 to 52.

The Haisla Intermediates next play in a tournament in Kitamaat Village from Friday, December 6, to Sunday, December 8, against teams from across the north.

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