Lake City Basketball U14 girls squad defeated Summerland in their recent match. (Western News file photo)

Penticton’s Lake City basketball team hits the court against Summerland

Penticton U14 girls sneak past Summerland in minor basketball play

Penticton’s Lake City U14 girls team had a strong showing in their recent game against Summerland, coming out on top 25-22 in Kelowna Minor Basketball Association action.

Josie Nickel led the way for the winners with 10 points and Anna Lopez contributed six points.

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“Defensively, I was very pleased,” said coach Victor Loewen. “The girls are starting to understand help defence and the importance of moving their feet. “Bella Keith and Winter Luty did a great job rebounding, and Anna and Josie attacked the hoop very effectively.”


 

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