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Sardis secondary school's junior basketball girls got 17 points from Demi Weijdeman on their way to a 61-32 win over Chilliwack.

Sardis secondary school’s junior girls basketball team beat Chilliwack 61-32 in a Monday night rivalry game.

Demi Weijdeman had 17 points and sunk three three-pointers. Talia Ferris had 11 points and Nicole Reid had 10.

“We ran the floor well, scored a ton of fast break points and it was an exciting game,” said former Sardis student and current coach Gina Graves. “I never had the chance to beat Chilliwack as a player, so it was a good feeling to beat them as a coach.”

Her team is 7-3 in league play and 17-5 overall. They have a few days off before playing St. John Brebeuf next Monday.

Their playoffs start Feb. 5.

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