Westsyde/South Kam headed to B.C. boys basketball final four

By Earl Seitz
March 9, 2018 - 6:01am

KAMLOOPS — The Westsyde Whundas and South Kam Titans are both in the semifinals at the B.C. boys basketball championships.

The Titans pulled away in the second half for a 62-44 win over Duchess Park in the triple "AAA" quarterfinals.

The Titans hit six 3-pointers, with Reid Jansen leading in scoring with 21 points.

South Kam, seeded second, will play number six Pitt Meadows in the semifinals.

Westsyde won 66-47 over Fulton and will play King George in the semifinals.

The Whundas are seeded second, King George is third.

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