Thursday, January 12, 2017
Rainmaker Boys ready for lift off at Pitt Meadows Tourney
The Senior Boy's team is in Pitt Meadows this weekend for the highly competitive Pitt Meadows Air Show one of the many showcase events that take place in the Lower Mainland through January, with the Rainmakers taking to the court today in the first of three days of play.
The Tournament is hosted by the Pitt Meadows Secondary Marauders and with the first of six games on day one getting underway at 11:30 this morning, setting the scene for the three days of action at the Pitt Meadows Gym.
Along with the host Marauders and the Rainmakers, the tournament features Charles Tupper, Port Moody, Heritage Woods, North Delta, Belmont, Collingwood, Nanaimo and District, Mount Boucherie, Cambie and Burnaby Mountain.
The Charles Hays squad is on the court this afternoon at 4:45 in a match up with the Burnaby Mountain Lions in the second last game of the first day of tournament play.
Should they successfully navigate the schedule ahead, the Rainmakers would play in the Championship game on Saturday Night at 7:15 PM.
The Rainmakers head into the Vancouver area tournament bubbling under the top ten list for High School Basketball in the province.
CHSS has a spot among the AAA level honourable mentions this week, sharing some space with Northwest rival Caledonia which also listed in the most recent Province Newspaper AAA rankings which were released on Wednesday.
Some options to keep up on the action could come from the Marauder Hoops home page, the Pitt Meadows Secondary Twitter feed along with the CHSS Twitter feed which will have updates on the Rainmaker effort as they become available.
For more items related to Rainmakers see our CHSS sports archive page here.
Our Scoreboard on the Rainmakers in Pitt Meadows can be found below:
Pitt Meadows Air Show 2017
Rainmakers win Tournament
Ben Rabel - MVP
Quinn Leighton All Star
Liam McChesney All Star
Tournament Championship Game
Saturday -- Charles Hays 87 vs North Delta 70
(Dionte Stephens name player of the game)
Friday -- Charles Hays 58 vs Nanaimo 55
(Quinn Leighton named player of the game)
Friday -- Charles Hays 95 vs Cambie 48
(Ben Rabel named player of the game)
Thursday -- Charles Hays 79 vs Burnaby Mountain 32
(Liam McChesney named player of the game)