L.V. Rogers Bombers slump home from provincials

The Bombers lost 74-54 to Bodwell in their final game; finish tournament with 1-3 record.

The BC High School Basketball Provincial Championships ended Saturday in Langley.

The L.V. Rogers Bombers were hammered in their final game at the BC High School Basketball Provincial Championships.

L.V. Rogers never held a lead en route to a 74-54 loss against the Bodwell Bruins on Saturday. Ahon Edward Ahanmisi led Bodwell with 24 points in Langley.

Josh Matosevic led the Bombers with 22 points.

The Bombers finished the tournament with a 1-3 record.

Later Saturday, top-seeded Southridge defeated Steveston-London 78-71 to win the AAA title.

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