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Garden City rolls over tourney hosts

The host Crocus Plainsmen varsity girls’ basketball team didn’t get off to the start they wanted at the Forbidden Flavours Java Jam tournament on Thursday afternoon.

The Plainsmen fell 59-23 to Garden City. Stacey Shearer led the Crocus with seven points, while Alicia Phillips had 26 for Garden City.

The Virden Golden Bears beat the Neelin Spartans 74-49 on the strength of 25 points from Jade Smith. Paige Thomson led the Spartan attack with 24 points.

River East Collegiate beat Vincent Massey 68-38.

Isabella Selk had 25 points for River East, while Tara Vancauwenberghe replied with 13.

Winnipeg’s John Taylor Collegiate defeated Garden City 52-46. McKenzie Kumpt had 15 points for John Taylor while Abby Loewen responded with 14.

In junior varsity girls’ basketball, Crocus won its first game, beating Swan Valley 56-30. Chantal Kowalyk scored 13 for the Plainsmen.

Kildonan East Collegiate beat Neelin 83-5. Jenna Teixeira scored 10 points.

Virden defeated Vincent Massey 58-38. Morgan Kobialko had 18 points for the Golden Bears.

The tournament wraps up Saturday in the Crocus Plains gym.

» Brandon Sun

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 8, 2013

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The host Crocus Plainsmen varsity girls’ basketball team didn’t get off to the start they wanted at the Forbidden Flavours Java Jam tournament on Thursday afternoon.

The Plainsmen fell 59-23 to Garden City. Stacey Shearer led the Crocus with seven points, while Alicia Phillips had 26 for Garden City.

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The host Crocus Plainsmen varsity girls’ basketball team didn’t get off to the start they wanted at the Forbidden Flavours Java Jam tournament on Thursday afternoon.

The Plainsmen fell 59-23 to Garden City. Stacey Shearer led the Crocus with seven points, while Alicia Phillips had 26 for Garden City.

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