Kelowna Owls’ take on Marion Graham at KSS during the 201 Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament. Photo: Douglas Farrow/Contributor

Western Canada high school basketball tournament returns to KSS

The Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament returns Feb. 7-9.

The 46th annual Western Canada Basketball Tournament presented by Interior Savings will take place at Kelowna Secondary School from Feb. 7 to Feb. 9. Eight teams will participate in the tournament, including the KSS Owls.

Oak Bay from Victoria, Burnaby South, and Salmon Arm are the other three B.C. high schools invited to the tournament. Jasper Place, Cardston, and Ross Sheppard, are the three high schools from Alberta, and Vincent Massey is the lone school from Winnipeg invited.

The tournament will also feature a slam dunk contest Feb. 7, and a three-point contest on Feb. 8.

The 2018 tournament champions, Harry Ainlay Titans from Edmonton, will not be returning in 2019, as the crown will be up for grabs come February.

Tickets and inital information can be found at the www.kss.sd23.bc.ca page. More details will become available Jan. 30.

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