Two Langley teams in semifinals of Tsumura basketball championships

Gators and Bobcats to play today

Two Langley teams are in the final four of the 2018 Girls Tsumura Basketball Invitational underway at the Langley Events Centre.

Walnut Grove Gators and Brookswood Bobcats are set to battle in one semifinal while defending B.C. Senior Girls AAA champion Kelowna Owls are set to battle the Riverside Rapids.

The Gators were the provincial silver medalists last season while Brookswood and Riverside placed fifth and sixth, provincially.

Today the four teams will battle at to see who will square off in the championship final tonight at 8 p.m.

READ MORE: Local squads meet up at senior girls tourney in Langley

Friday’s scores:

Championship Draw

Walnut Grove Gators 86 Langley Christian Lightning 59

Riverside Rapids 75 St. Thomas Aquinas Fighting Saints 44

Kelowna Owls 73 Abbotsford Panthers 50

Brookswood Bobcats 79 R.A. McMath Wildcats 58

Consolation Draw

Britannia Bruins 71 Centennial Centaurs 68

Heritage Woods Kodiaks 73 Valleyview Vikes 49

South Kamloops Titans 53 Whistler Storm 38

G.W. Graham Grizzlies 64 Fraser Heights Firehawks 17

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