Magic moment in Alberni womens hoops

The season is over for the Port Alberni women's basketball league.

The Port Alberni Ladies Basketball Fall 2011 season concluded Wednesday night with four teams battling it out for top honours at the ADSS gym.

Both games were intense, but in the end Magic Moments beat Mace Electric 60–46 to claim the title of league champions.  T&D Tile beat Lace It Up 43–40 to take third place.

Danielle Lessard won “Most Hustle”, Chelsey Charlesworth won “Most Improved” and Denaye Edgar won “Most Team Spirit” in the individual awards.  Abby and Jordyn Broekhuizen won an award for their timing and scorekeeping efforts.

“Thank-you to all of the sponsors and players for another successful season,” organizer Karli Van Vliet said.

Anyone interested in joining in the fall can contact Van Vliet at kvanvliet@sd70.bc.ca or 250-723-6251 ext. 411.

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