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Pitt, Ridge players picked for B.C. basketball all-star teams

The B.C. High School Basketball All-Star Games are set for this Saturday at UBC, and Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows secondary schools will be well represented.

In the boys’ game, Pitt Meadows Marauder Trevor Severinski and Max Neumann of the Maple Ridge Ramblers will be playing for Team Jakobs, under Mission Secondary coach Danny Jakobs.

Meanwhile, Severinski’s senior ball teammate Matt Blackaby will be suiting up for the opposing Team Hanson, coached by Steve Hanson of Terry Fox Secondary.

In the girls’ competition, Coral-Lee Antaya of the Maple Ridge Ramblers senior girls’ squad will playing for Team Woodward, under New West Hyacks coach Doug Woodward.

The two all-star games are set for the UBC War Memorial Gym this Saturday, with the senior girls’ game at 1:30 p.m., and the senior boys’ at 3 p.m.

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