Titans move to 6-0
The senior girls South Kamloops Titans basketball team won three games on the weekend to move to 6-0 in Okanagan league play.
The Titans downed Rutland of Kelowna 88-32 on Friday, Jan. 25, and followed the victory with wins over Mt. Boucherie of West Kelowna, 84-32, and Penticton, 87-29, on Saturday, Jan. 26.
In all three games, each of the Titans, nine players reached the scoresheet.
Emma Wolfram led the way against Rutland with 26 points and 17 rebounds.
Emma Piggin, Daylynne Agarand and Liz Anderson each hit double figures in scoring, netting 15, 14 and 11 points, respectively.
Piggin led the Titans with 18 points and nine rebounds against Mt. Boucherie, with Anna Frenkel — 15 points and seven steals — hot on her tail.
Wolfram scored 14 points and Emily Vilac netted 10.
Ashley Lamoureux dished out 11 assists in the game and added another nine helpers in the afternoon contest against Penticton.
Frenkel led the charge of five players in double figures against Penticton, with 16 points and 8 rebounds.
Others in double figures included Piggin, with 13 points, Vilac and Kanesha Reeves, each of whom contributed 12 points, and Liz Anderson, who added 10.
Over the weekend, Becca Peters also netted 14 points for the Titans.
The Titans were without Maya Olynyk and Meike Dumont, both of whom are out with injuries.
Meike is expected to return from a seriously sprained ankle in time for the Okanagan Championship in May, while Olynyk is recovering from a hip strain and is expected to play this weekend at the Heritage Classic in Mission.