Hornets win, lose in court battles

Hornets win, lose in court battles

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The Hornets had a successful week of play as they went 2-2 overall.
Now that may not sound successful but it is as they have shown a lot of improvement over the year. On Tuesday Jan. 8 the Hornets lost a nailbiter to Kelowna Christian (7th ranked AA team in the province) 69-68. Even though the Hornets lost it was a great game as they came back from being down 14 and they also closed the gap from their last loss to Kelowna which was a 78-58 drubbing.
Over the weekend the Hornets played in the Archbishop Carney Stars Tournament in Port Coquitlam. In their first game the Hornets easily routed Delview of Delta 86-57. Amit Chahal was the player of the game as he scored 23 points. Gurkamal Dhaliwal added 17, and Malcolm Heinrichs and Navi Dhaliwal chipped in 12 each.
In their second game the Hornets played up and down as they had a 15-point half time lead (41-26). The second half was all Elgin Park (Surrey) as they were able to erase the lead and win the game 81-71. Gurkamal Dhaliwal led the Hornets with 18 points, and he was named player of the game. Malcolm Heinrichs chipped in with 13, followed by Amit Chahal 12, and Parm Sidhu with 10.
In their final game of the tournament the Hornets easily routed BC Christian (6th ranked A) 88-56. Ten Hornets hit the score sheet as Gurkamal Dhaliwal once again led the team with 17 points. Amit Chahal added 12, and Ravi Bassi and Brayden Mulhern both added 11 points. The team placed third and Parm Sidhu was named to the All-Star team.
The Hornets are now 8-6 overall and 1-1 in league. This is a busy week for the Hornets. On Wednesday they travel to Kelowna to play Ok Mission in league and then they play in the Clarence Fulton Tournament in Vernon, where they will play four more games.

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