A member of the current Pen High Lakes girls basketball team passes the ball by her alumni opponent during action in a friendly match at Penticton Secondary School. Mark Brett/Western News

Lakers now and then on court

The current girls basetball team met alumni players in a friendly tournament

The past and present collided at the Pen Hi gym Saturday as former members of the girls basketball teams met the current roster is a Christmas fun tournament.

In the first match the senior girls team played grads from 2014 and up and the second round was against the 2015-2017 grads. The alumni teams battled each other in the final game.

 

A Penticton Lakers forward goes up for a pair of points in Saturday’s exhibition match against Pen Hi alumini squad. Mark Brett/Western News

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