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Weyburn Comp Eagles junior boys win Moosomin tournament

The Weyburn Comp Eagles junior boys basketball won a tournament in Moosomin, their fourth tournament championship in a row.
The WCS Eagles junior boys team gathered after winning their fourth tournament, held over the weekend in Moosomin. The team includes (not necessarily in order) coaches Darren Johnson and Tyson Balog, and the players, Patrick Johnson, Lucas Kaufmann, Tyce King, Mac Malana, Zack Balog, Cooper Knox, Cody Goski, Jeremy Hamel, Jayden Drake, Wyatt Kot, Jacob Symes, Alex Kachan and Jacob Gill.

WEYBURN – The Weyburn Comp Eagles junior boys basketball continued their winning streak at a tournament in Moosomin over the weekend with their fourth tournament championship in a row.

The boys defeated a very tough team from Indian Head on Friday night 54-44. On Saturday morning they cruised to an easy victory over Whitewood 78-16, and then defeated Moosomin in the final 49-27.

The victory over Moosomin was their 15th win in a row.

The girls were off this weekend after defeating St. Michael in an exhibition game on Thursday by the score of 47-14.

Both teams are off until they play in the final tournament of the year at St. Michael School on March 3 and 4, and then the South East district championships on March 8.  

The WCS Eagles senior boys went to Moose Jaw on Friday and Saturday.

They started the tournament with a win Friday over Moose Jaw Vanier.

On Saturday, they played Regina Johnson in the morning, with a tight first half, but Johnson was able to hold the lead and the Eagles fell, placing them in the third place game versus North Battleford.

A strong shooting NB squad got the lead and held it for the game and the Eagles finished fourth in the tourney.