The Bateman Timberwolves senior girls basketball team are Victoria City Police Basketball Tournament champions. (Twitter)

Bateman girls win Victoria City Police Basketball Tournament

Timberwolves win big on Vancouver Island

The Robert Bateman Timberwolves senior girls basketball team are the Victoria City Police Basketball Tournament champions.

Bateman picked up the win by defeating Claremont 71-61 on Saturday, to cap off an undefeated run at the event for the team.

The Wolves also picked up wins over Lambrick (77-42) on Thursday and Fort Richmond (83-51) on Friday.

Bateman’s Jayden Gill, who scored 22 points in the championship game, was named the tournament’s most valuable player, while Kayla Wilford was named to the event’s all-star team. Wolves guard Amira Jensen also showed off her skills from beyond the arc by winning the tournament’s three-point contest on Friday.

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