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College Heights falls to 1-2, will play for seventh place at triple-A girls basketball provincials

Cedars Christian Eagles will play for seventh place in single-A championship in Langley
The Cedars Christian Eagles senior girls basketball team is in Langley for the single-A girls provincial championship. The Eagles were playing St. Ann's Academy Crusaders of Kamloops Friday afternoon for the right to play for fifth place in Saturday.

After consecutive losses at the triple-A girls basketball provincial championship in Langley, the College Heights Cougars dropped to 1-2 in the 16-team tournament and will play for seventh place.

They will face R.A. McMath Wildcats of Richmond  in the battle for seventh Saturday at 1:15 p.m.

The Duchess Park Condors (0-2) are playing Little Flower Academy Angels of Vancouver tonight at 8:30. The winner will move on to the ninth/10th place game Saturday at 11:45 a.m.

Meanwhile, at the single-A girls championship, also in Langley, the Cedars Christian Eagles lost 48-36 to St. Ann’s Academy Crusaders of Kamloops this afternoon for the right to play for fifth place. Instead, Cedas will play for seventh place Saturday at 8:30 a.m.

The Eagles lost their quarterfinal Thursday 81-37 to No. 1-ranked Pacific Christian of Victoria.

At the double-A girls provincials, the Nechako Valley Vikings dropped to 0-3 with an 82-55 loss to Abbotsford Traditional. The Vikings will play for 15th tonight at 7 p.m. against Kalamalka.

At the quad-A provincials, the North Peace Grizzlies of Fort St. John fell to 0-3 with a 72-43 loss to Charles Best Blue Devils of. The Grizzlies tale on Mt. Baker Wild of Cranbrook in the 15th-16th place game.