Grey Hounds hot at CSS hoops tourney

Chilliwack secondary school hosted its 32nd annual basketball tournament, with AAA high school basketball powerhouses visiting the Valley.

The Point Grey secondary school Grey Hounds took top spot at the 32nd annual Chilliwack Storm basketball tournament, held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Chilliwack secondary school.

Point Grey beat the Elgin Park Orcas (Surrey) in the final with the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (Surrey) placing third.

CSS was the top local team, finishing fourth. The Storm were led by Gary McCrea, who earned tournament all-star status.

G.W. Graham finished fifth led by tourney all-star Lucas Mannes.

Sardis secondary school placed sixth led by all-star Eric Rogers.

The rest of the field in order was Penticton, Sa-Hali (Kamloops), R.E. Mountain (Langley), G.P. Vanier (Courtenay), Port Moody and Valley View (Kamloops).

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