Kelowna Owls senior girls bested in semi-finals, play for third Saturday

Meanwhile the Owls junior girls advance to provincial championships game

The Kelowna Owls senior girls basketball team’s defending run at the provincials has come up short. The Owls let the first seed Totems get away from them in the second half in a 82-64 loss.

Again, Kelowna’s Jaeli Ibbetson was the Owls leading force with 30 points and 14 rebounds, but the Totems’ squad had impressive efforts from their team as four Totems’ players recorded double digits in points, and two players with double doubles in points and rebounds.

The Owls will go on to play for third place against the sixth seed Brookswood Bobcats from Langley Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the Langley Events Centre.

READ MORE: Rockets’ 4 goals not enough in loss to Vancouver

Meanwhile, the Kelowna Owls junior girls team will play in the provincial championships against the top seed Terry Fox Ravens from Port Coquitlam. The number two seed Owls advanced to the finals after a 56-44 win over the Riverside Rapids.

The junior Owls play the Ravens at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Langley Events Centre.

To report a typo, email:
newstips@kelownacapnews.com
.


@KelownaCapNews
newstips@kelownacapnews.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Kelowna marijuana production expansion proposed near Okanagan Rail Trail

A rezoning application from The Flowr Group will be presented to council today

Kelowna Muslim students hold vigil to support New Zealand victims

A vigil will be held Monday night at UBC Okanagan

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny days ahead

It’s beginning to feel like spring in Kelowna

Southern Interior worst for animal-related crashes

ICBC stats put the interior at 4,800 incidents in 2017

More places in Kelowna to eat plant-based meat

Vegans and Vegetarians have a few more places to indulge

Defiant vigil starts healing in New Zealand after massacre

Police say the gunman in the shooting that killed 50 acted alone

Trudeau fills vacancy in cabinet with B.C. MP Joyce Murray

Murray, 64, was elected in 2008 and served previously as a minister in B.C.’s provincial government

Gunman kills 3 on Dutch tram; mayor says terror likely

Utrecht police release photo of 37-year-old man born in Turkey who is ‘associated with the incident’

Facebook announces changes to political advertising to meet new federal rules

Bill C-76 bans the use of money from foreign entities to conduct partisan campaigns

Travel expected to be slowed by fallout from fire at Toronto’s Pearson airport

All U.S.-bound flights from Terminal 1 were cancelled Sunday night after the fire broke out near a security checkpoint

Leivo nets shootout winner as Canucks edge Stars 3-2

Schaller scores first 2 goals of season for Vancouver

UBC study shows honey bees can help monitor pollution in cities

Scientists analyzed beehives in high density urban areas to those off on Galiano Island

Most Read