Holly Grace of Pacific Christian, bottom, dives to keep a loose ball in-bounds during the third-place girls final of the 63rd Totem basketball tournament at Alberni District Secondary School in Port Alberni Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. Looking on are teammate Alisha Yakimovich (11) and Mackenzie Hudson of Ballenas, left. Ballenas won, 64-46. J.R. Rardon/Black Press

Pacific Christian fourth at Totem tourney

Pacific Christian girls fell 64-46 to Ballenas at the third-place girls final of the 63rd Totem basketball tournament at Alberni District Secondary School in Port Alberni on Saturday, Jan. 13.

 

Amber Jellema of Pacific Christian, left, looks for a teammate after wrestling the ball away from Ballenas guard Amanda Greenshields, centre, during their matchup in the third-place girls final of the 63rd Totem basketball tournament at Alberni District Secondary School in Port Alberni Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. Ballenas won, 64-46. J.R. Rardon/Black Press

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