Langara Falcons 58
Douglas Royals 57
The Falcons eked out a one point win on Saturday despite being outscored 21-13 in the final quarter. With the win they move into a fourth place tie with the Camosun Chargers and are now just four points back of the third place Royals with two games in hand. They shot 31.5% in the game led by Emma Jones and her 17 points and 10 rebounds. Meagan Briggs was also a factor with 16 points and 12 boards.
The Royals meanwhile move to .500 with the set-back shooting just 26% from the field. Both Sydney Fraess and Cassandra Brinn each dropped 12 points.
VIU Mariners 117
CBC Bearcats 33
For the second straight game the first place Mariners reached the century mark in a lopsided win over the Bearcats in Nanaimo. Each player on the roster scored and seven players hit the double-digit mark with Danielle Vanbergen leading the way with seven-three pointers and 25 points. Amber Lease ran the offence with 12 assists and 11 points.