The second day of the 15U and 17U Girls’ National Championships took place today at the University of Victoria. The 15U tournament saw Ontario begin the day with a dominant win against. Quebec and Alberta would follow in their footsteps with each team securing victories of their own. The last match of the day featured a close battle between Nova Scotia and Manitoba that went down to the last minute but ultimately concluded with Nova Scotia taking the 68-66 victory.     

On the 17U side, a match between two standout teams from the first day, Alberta and Quebec opened the day two. The first half contained gritty up-and-down play. In the third, Quebec excellently executed a timely full court press that stifled Alberta. With a pair of clutch free throws to seal the deal, Quebec walked away with their undefeated record intact. The games after featured victories by host British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick.

Tomorrow will mark the beginning of playoffs for the 15U teams.