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B-ball teams thinking playoffs

High school basketball season is winding down and teams are looking at playoff positioning.

The senior AA boys’ North Island championships will be held at Wellington Secondary School starting on Thursday (Feb. 14), but other divisions still have a few league games left.

The Dover Bay Dolphins senior AAA boys have a home game tonight (Feb. 12) against the Cowichan Thunderbirds at 7 p.m. at the Dover Bay Secondary School gym.

In senior AA girls’ action, the Wellington Wildcats host the Ballenas Whalers at 5 p.m. and the Woodlands Eagles host the Cedar Spartans at 5 p.m. The Eagles are billing this evening's game as Seniors' Day and will pay tribute to their five graduating players.

Senior AA girls’ North Islands start Thursday in Courtenay and senior AAA girls’ North Islands begin the same day at Port Alberni.

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