Alberni Armada’s Abby Broekhuizen knocks the ball away from Ballenas defender Sophie Dugas during ADSS’ 56-53 win, Friday night during Totem 63. The win puts the girls in Saturday’s final. SUSAN QUINN PHOTO

Alberni Armada girls head to Totem final

Edge-of-the-seat action as ADSS hosts Totem 63

The Alberni Armada girls’ basketball squad squeaked out a 56-53 victory over Ballenas on Friday to earn a berth in the championship final of Totem 63.

The Armada held the lead for the second half and were able to hold off Ballenas’ late-game drive for the win.

The Armada beat Kwalikum 38-29 in their opening game on Thursday and Ballenas beat Edward Milne 51-25 to advance to Friday’s final, taking place at 5:45 p.m. at the ADSS gym.

The Armada boys beat Edward Milne 67-49 in their first game Thursday night but lost 82-49 against Isfeld Secondary from Courtenay on Friday. Isfeld advances to the final on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The Armada boys will play at 4 p.m.

The Totem Spirit winners will be announced Saturday night as well.

Keep track of the tournament on Facebook (ADSS Totem Tournament) or on Twitter (#totemtournament). We’ll have coverage too at www.albernivalleynews.com.

editor@albernivalleynews.com

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