Selkirk senior girls basketball team wins zone tournament

Aspen Cooper (left) and Jadyn Gould (right) (Submitted file).

Congratulations to the Selkirk Senior girls basketball team won the Kootenay Zone tournament they hosted on Feb 16/17. The team beat PCSS from Creston 79-39 in the final. The team was undefeated this season and will now compete in Provincials in Langley Feb 28-March 2.

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