Sardis seniors stay unbeaten

Two midweek wins have the Sardis Falcons at 10-0 heading into a weekend matchup with the Kelowna Owls.

The Sardis senior boys’ basketball team improved to 10-0 this week with back to back blowout wins on home court.

The Falcons clobbered the Charles Best Blue Devils 91-43 Tuesday night.

The Kellington brothers led the way. Senior Evan Kellington had 14 points, with Grade 10 Colin Kellington adding 15.

Together, they combined for seven three pointers.

“So far the team has proven they can hit the three-ball, which was a weak aspect last year,” said coach Kyle Graves. “We’re averaging seven per game, and hit for 15 in a game against Sa-Hali (Kamloops) last week.

The Falcons bombed Surrey’s Fraser Heights Firehawks 71-50 Wednesday night. Eric Rogers had a team-high 20 points with senior Grayden Northey adding 14.

Now 10-0, the Falcons host the Kelowna Owls Saturday afternoon in a battle of titans.

Tip off is 3 p.m. in the Sardis gym.

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