Bobcat women complete winless basketball season
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For the first time in four seasons, the Brandon University Bobcats have finished a Canada West conference season without a win.
The BU women’s basketball team wrapped up its conference season with an 87-49 loss to the Fraser Valley Cascades on Saturday night in Abbotsford, B.C., ending the season at 0-24.
Playing in her final game, guard Sarah Lopes had a career-high 17 points and six rebounds for the Bobcats.
Tessa Klassen led four Cascades in double figures with 17 points. Alyssa Gaukel had 15, Sarah Wierks 11 and Nicole Wierks 10.
The Bobcats also went winless in 2006-07 when they were 0-22.
The men’s team was in action as of press time.
In late Friday action, Gaukel had 21 points and the Cascades posted a 93-41 win.
Klassen added 18, Sarah Wierks 14 and Aieisha Luyken 12.
Brandon got 12 points from Kelsey Solarchuk and 11 from Lopes.
In the Friday men’s game, the Bobcats couldn’t rally from an 18-point halftime deficit and lost 75-68.
Isaiah James had 15 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and two steals to top BU.
Freshman David Antwi had a career-high 12 on 5-for-7 shooting off the bench and O’Brian Wallace dropped 13.
Killarney-born Joel Friesen’s 18 points led the Cascades, who are coached by former Bobcat coach Barnaby Craddock.
James Elliott notched 17, Sam Freeman scored 14 and Zeon Gray added 10 with eight rebounds and six assists.
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