Dynos host successful tourney
The DVSS Junior A Girls Dynos basketball team faced some tough competition at their home tournament over the weekend.
The Dynos invited seven teams to a tournament last Friday and Saturday and they played well.
On Friday night, the Dynos faced Wheatland Crossing. They were able to defeat the Coyotes in a high scoring 5720 game.
This put them in the semifinal to face a tough JC Charyk of Hanna. They lost a close game, 24-20.
That put them in the third place match where they faced Prairie Christian Academy in another close game, but fell 31-28.
Coach Jeff Messom said his team worked hard on the court.
“The girls played hard on the weekend, but we did not execute well at times on the defensive end of the floor, and the offensive end, which ended up costing us both games on Saturday against two good teams,” said Messom.
As with basketball sometimes the shots just don’t fall.
“Some of our key shooters hit a shooting slump on Saturday, they had some good looks at the rim in both games, but the ball just was not falling for them,” said Messom.
The Junior A Girls Dynos will be back on the court on February 9 to take on Three Hills on the road.
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The Junior A girls Dynos batel to a 57-20 win over Wheatland to open their home tournament Friday.