Duncan Christian’s Adam Kapteyn was among the winning team’s top scorers as the North beat the South in the boys B game at the Vancouver Island Seniors Classic. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen file)

Valley players in the Seniors Classic

Brentwood’s Ayadiuno named MOP of girls game

Several Cowichan Valley basketball players were among the top scorers on their respective teams at the 2017 Vancouver Island Seniors Classic all-star games earlier this month.

Brentwood College School star Chidinma Ayadiuno was the top scorer and the Most Outstanding Player as the North got by the South 89-88 in the girls game.

Ayadiuno put up 22 points to lead the team that also included Shawnigan Lake School’s Alexie Pusch and Amica Pasquale, Duncan Christian’s Danielle Groenendijk and Cowichan Secondary’s Maddie Mahon.

Duncan Christian’s Adam Kapteyn put up 14 points for the North in the boys B game, second on the team in a 79-71 win over the South.

Kapteyn’s Chargers teammate Mike Brandsma also suited up for the North, alongside Cowichan Secondary’s Matthew Miller and David Catacutan, and Cole Hickey from Brentwood.

Another member of Brentwood’s single-A provincial championship team, Aaron Shulga, poured in 21 points for the North in a 113-89 loss to the South in the boys A game.

Also on the North A team were Cowichan’s Eston Unrau and Zach Waddington, and Shawnigan Lake’s Tristan Mandur.

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