L.V. Rogers blown out in tournament opener

Hunter Hughes scored 31 points as the Southridge torched the Bombers 88-58 at the BC High School Basketball Championships.

The L.V. Rogers senior basketball team is in Langley this week to compete at the BC Boys Provincial Basketball Championships.

Hunter Hughes scored 31 points as the Southridge torched the L.V. Rogers Bombers 88-58 at the BC High School Basketball Championships in Langley on Wednesday.

Hughes was also one rebound short of a double-double for top-seeded Southridge, which led by as much as 44 points in the fourth quarter of the AAA boys’ match.

Josh Matosevic led the 16th-seeded Bombers with 19 points. L.V. Rogers was outscored 29-9 in the second quarter as Southridge ran away with the game.

L.V. Rogers next faces Duchess Park on Thursday.

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