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F.P. Walshe Flyers fourth in tournament

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Jared Feyter of the Flyers is guarded by Christian Berthiaume of St. Mike’s Dragons.


Ryan Cervo, Mason Gray and Joeper Paguio of the Flyers rebound against St. Mike’s Dragons.

The F.P. Walshe Flyers battled to a fourth-place finish in their own junior high boys basketball tournament.
The Flyers won one of three games in the six-team tournament on Friday and Saturday at F.P. Walshe.
F.P. Walshe opened the tournament in Pool B with Kainai Warriors and St. Mike’s Dragons.
Mountain View Grizzlies, Willow Creek Composite Cobras and Seven Persons Spartans made up Pool A.
Flyers 24 Kainai 22
The Flyers opening game in round-robin play Friday was a nail-biter.
Tristan Luther scored five of his nine points in the fourth quarter Friday and Mason Gray hit a clutch free throw in the final quarter as the Flyers edged Kainai 24-22.
F.P. Walshe got out to a 10-7 lead in the first quarter but Kainai rallied to tie the game 13-13 at halftime.
The teams were tied 18-18 after three quarters, setting the stage for a thrilling final quarter that saw the Flyers outscore Kainai 6-4.
In addition to Luther’s nine points the Flyers got three points apiece from Ryan Cervo and Mason Gray.
Kody Welsh, Nic Housenga, Jared Feyter and Brayden Weasel Fat each scored two for F.P. Walshe and Joeper Paguio had one point.
Zac Eagle Bear scored six for Kainai and Delen Many Fingers had four. Logan Spear Chief and King Whiteman each had three points and Brad Devine and Kaz Bottle had two apiece.
Dragons 61 Flyers 29
The Flyers got torched 61-29 by the Dragons in their second game on Friday.
St. Mike’s jumped out to a 15-6 lead in the opening quarter and were in front 32-15 by halftime.
Luther, Cervo, Paguio and John Masocol each had four points for the Flyers, Sam Meech had three and Welsh and Gray each had two.
Carter Iron Shirt of the Dragons led all scorers with 23 and Julian Krizan had 13.
In other round-robin action it was Seven Persons 47, Willow Creek 40; Willow Creek 45, Mountain View 40; Seven Person 52, Mountain View 24; and St. Mike’s 52, Kainai 42.
St. Mike’s placed first in Pool B with a record of 2-0, followed by F.P. Walshe at 1-1 and Kainai at 0-2.
Seven Persons went 2-0 to top Pool A, followed by Willow Creek Composite at 1-1 and Mountain View at 0-2.
Cobras 68 Flyers 30
With identical 1-1 records in round-robin the Flyers and Willow Creek Composite Cobras met in the bronze medal playoff Saturday afternoon.
The Cobras built a 41-12 halftime lead on their way to a 68-30 win over the Flyers.
Mason Gray scored eight points for F.P. Walshe and Tristan Luther had seven.
Sam Meech scored five, Jared Feyter had three, Joeper Paguio, Nick Housenga and Tristan Rabbit each had two and John Masocol had one.
In the championship game, Seven Persons knocked off St. Mike’s Dragons 62-38.
In the game to decide fifth place, Kainai beat Mountain View 54-40.

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