Fraser Valley’s Jelan Kendrick scored a game-high 22 points against the Hamilton Honey Badgers on Thursday. (Fraser Valley Bandits’ photo)

Fraser Valley Bandits back on winning track

Bandits take victory over third-place Badgers at Abbotsford Centre last night

The Fraser Valley Bandits crushed the Hamilton Honey Badgers Thursday night in a 98-75 victory at Abbotsford Centre.

While the Bandits are still tied for last place in the Canadian Elite Basketball League standings, they have won four out of their last five games.

Forward Jelan Kendrick contributed a massive 22 points to the victory, the highest in the game, while also getting five rebounds and assists.

Kendrick’s efforts were closely trailed by Duane Notice’s team-high 17 points for the Honey Badgers.

The Fraser Valley team will now travel to Niagara to take on the River Lions at Meridian Centre on July 20.

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