It’s Yale vs. Mouat in senior finals of Abbotsford city hoops tourney

The match-ups are set for Championship Saturday at the Abbotsford Police City Basketball Tournament.

The match-ups are set for Championship Saturday at the Abbotsford Police City Basketball Tournament.

The final day of the event features title games in six age groups running consecutively at Columbia Bible College.

A complete list of championship match-ups and tip-off times is as follows. Semifinal scores in each division are also listed, with players of the game for each team in brackets (junior and senior only).

11 a.m. – Grade 8 girls – Fraser Falcons vs. Howe Bulldogs

Semifinal results:

Fraser 33, MEI 21

Howe 36, Dasmesh 10

12 p.m. – Grade 8 boys – MEI Eagles vs. Howe Bulldogs

Semifinal results:

MEI 55, Abby Christian 36

Howe 37, Abby Middle 15

2 p.m. – Junior girls – Mouat Hawks vs. Hansen Hurricanes

Semifinal results:

Mouat 72, MEI 24 (POG: Amanda Thompson, Beth Klassen)

Hansen 47, Abby Traditional 39 (POG: Hannah Gill, Aisha Kaay)

3:30 p.m. – Junior boys – MEI Eagles vs. Abby Senior Panthers

Semifinal results:

MEI 52, Yale 42 (POG: Nathan Allison, Matt Kerc-Murchison)

Abby Senior 45, Mouat 41 (POG: Chase Claypool, Vicky Bajwa)

5:15 p.m. – Senior girls – Yale Lions vs. Mouat Hawks

Semifinal results:

Mouat 86, MEI 79 (POG: Serena Sarowa, Grace Tadrous)

Yale 75, Abby Christian 51 (POG: Taylor Lundrigan, Renee Bomhof)

7 p.m. – Senior boys – Yale Lions vs. Mouat Hawks

Semifinal results:

Yale 105, MEI 74 (POG: J.J. Pankratz, Josiah Allison)

Mouat 77, Abby Senior (POG: Corey Hauck, Devin Brar)

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