The Peacock Toilers took care of business Tuesday.
The top-ranked 4A girls high school basketball team in the province earned a spot in the Moose Jaw city final thanks to a 78-44 win over Central in the league semifinal.
The Toilers were coming off of a big tournament win in Wilcox, over the Notre Dame Hounds — one of their chief rivals for provincial supremacy.
“We came off of a hard, intense weekend. I think trying to maintain that intensity can sometimes be difficult,” said Peacock coach Renee Verge. “We did what we needed to do. We wanted to be in the city final and that win gets us to where we want to be.”
The Toilers will play either Caronport or Vanier as those two teams play tonight to determine the other finalist.
While the loss ended the Cyclones quest for a city title, they also have a big game ahead of them. The Cyclones will face Vanier in the conference playoffs (noon, Vanier) Saturday with a trip to regionals at stake.