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Mustangs on a roll

Princess Margaret’s Mustangs junior boys basketball team has won two tournament and are building confidence. With six returning players, the Mustangs posted a 13-2 record before the Christmas break. Competing in the Penticton and area South Zone league, the Mustangs are also playing in a Kelowna league. The Mustangs won their first tournament in Kamloops defeating Valleyview in the final. In their second tournament, a 16-team event hosted by Southridge Secondary in Surrey, Maggie won three in a row to take the consolation side after losing a close game to New Westminster. The Mustangs captured first place at the Pen High tournament beating OKM from Kelowna.

 

 

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