Ben Hagkull’s Canadian crew fell 76-68 to Germany last Thursday, wrapping up a sixth place finish at the World U-23 Wheelchair Basketball Championships.
Canada played one game a day from June 8-15, finishing with a record of 3-4.
The tournament was played in Toronto.
Hagkull started the tournament playing zero minutes in a 66-35 win over Italy, but the Chilliwack secondary school student saw more minutes as Canada advanced.
He played 4:16 and picked up a defensive rebound in Canada’s second game, a 62-58 loss to Australia.
The teenager played 4:29 and had a foul vs Iran (68-59 win), and took his first shot (missed) while playing 6:46 in a 70-38 loss to Turkey.
Hagkull played three minutes against Brazil (62-37 win), none vs Japan (58-45 loss) and 2:16 in the finale vs Germany.
Great Britain ended up taking top spot in the 12 team tournament, beating Turkey in the gold-medal game.
Australia claimed bronze.
See full results at wheelchairbasketball.ca/2017u23wwbc/schedule-results/