GW Graham Grizzlies gunning for Fraser Valley title

The GW Graham boys and girls basketball teams are both top seeds heading into Fraser Valley regional playoffs this week.

The G.W. Graham senior boys basketball team wrapped up an unbeaten regular season Friday night, knocking off the Abbotsford Christian Knights  69-63.

Josiah Cockrill led the offence with 28 points.

Cody Hansen picked up 16 points and had a monster game on the boards, hauling in 16 rebounds.

Fran Armengual played great in the point guard position, leading a team that continues to rest key players (including standout Lucas Mannes) for a postseason run.

The Grizzly girls (9-1) lost to Abbotsford Christian in a game that did not affect the league standings.

Kayla Unger led GWG with 25 points.

Both teams have clinched first place in their leagues and the school hosts Fraser Valley regional rounds Thursday and Friday. Game times are 3, 4:45, 6:30 and 8:15 p.m. on both days.

The GWG boys (ranked third provincially) play at 6:30 p.m. Friday against the winner of a game between Holy Cross (Surrey) and DW Poppy (Langley).

The girls play at 4:45 p.m. Friday against the winner of a game between Abbotsford Collegiate and Pacific Academy (Surrey).

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