The U15 Boys side of the tourney has the host 100 Mile House squad seeded eighth by virtue of getting a berth by being the host team.
However, they’re going to give it every ounce of energy and heart they have.
The rest of the seeding is as follows: Coastal #1, first; Thompson Okanagan, second; Columbia Kootenays, third; North Coast, fourth; Coastal #2, fifth; Vancouver Island, sixth; and Cariboo North, seventh.
Each team will play one game per day against the three other teams in their pools.
On July 7, 100 Mile goes up against Coastal #2, starting at 1 p.m.
On July 8, 100 Mile takes on the North Coast, with the game starting at 9 a.m.
On July 9, 100 Mile faces the No. 1 seed Coastal #1, starting at 1 p.m.
On July 10, which is the final day of the competition, the fourth-place teams in each pool will play for seventh-eighth place at 8 a.m.
The two third-place squads will play for fifth-sixth place at 10 a.m.
The two second-place teams will play for third-fourth place at noon.
The championship final will see the two first-place pool teams square off for first-second place at 2 p.m.