Belmont, Royal Bay girls gaining good experience on basketball court

Senior girls hoops teams see varied levels of success

The Belmont Bulldogs are looking to gain some ground this week in the city AAA senior girls basketball League play.

The Bulldogs, who dropped to 1-3 for the season in regular season games after losing 64-35 at Oak Bay last week, host Stelly’s today (Jan. 19, 5:45 p.m.), then play Mount Doug at Claremont on Thursday, also at 5:45 p.m.

At Royal Bay, the fledgling senior girls team is still finding its wings, having yet to win in league and local exhibition play. The Ravens head to St. Michaels University School on Thursday (Jan. 21) for a 5:45 p.m. game.

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