An NCN Young Gunz player gets some air and two points in a game against Kitkatla at the BC Junior All Native

Young Gunz out at BC Junior All Native

The gave it their best shot but the NCN Young Gunz bowed out of the BC Junior All Native hoops tourney in two straight.

The NCN Young Gunz have bowed out of the BC Junior All Native Basketball tournament.

The Gunz lost 69-58 to Kitkatla earlier this week knocking them out of contention. Some Gunz players are from Port Alberni.

More than 40 teams are competing in the venerable U-17 tournament, which is played every spring break.

There are no teams from Port Alberni proper competing, But several players from Port Alberni and are on the rosters of other teams, and several teams from the West Coast are playing as well.

Defending girls champs Ahousaht Mystic Sunz are still in contention, and 2012 boys champs Skidegate are still in the hunt for a repeat.

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