(Neil Corbett/THE NEWS) Vanessa Lagrange (14) was unstoppable for Pitt Meadows in the weekend tournament.

UPDATE: Marauders girls win host tournament

SRT Beats Maple Ridge Christian in bronze medal game

The host Pitt Meadows Marauders won the championship game of their host senior girls basketball tournament on Saturday night, as they beat G.P. Vanier Towhees of Courtenay by a score of 60-43 in the final.

Kyla Malone had 12 points and 18 rebounds in the final, while tournament MVP Vanessa Lagrange had 14 point, 10 steals and 10 rebounds, and Ajanee Perdue had 14 points and 13 rebounds for Pitt

The Samuel Robertson Technical Titans beat the Maple Ridge Christian Hornets in an all-local bronze medal game, by a score of 59-35. Rylee Dikcson scored 18 points and Sabrina Jones 15 for SRT. Alison Murdoch led MRCS with 10 points.

The Marauders won their first game 70-22 over Salish Secondary of Surrey, as Lagrange put up 25 points, 17 rebounds and 10 steals for a triple double, and was named the player of the game.

Perdue had 18 rebounds and 12 points, while Madison Ferguson scored nine.

Pitt met SRT in their second game on Saturday at noon, and won a close contest 62-58.

Chantelle Zinger won player of the game for her eight steals, 13 rebounds and 12 points. Lagrange scored 20 with 18 rebounds, and Malone had 12 points and 11 boards.

The Titans were led by Rylee Dickson with 17 points including three treys, and Emiko Nagai had 16 points.

SRT won their opener 59-31 against a Enver Creek Cougars team that had only four players there for the game. Dickson was the player of the game with 13 points, while Kailin Wood led the scoring with 16 points.

SRT had two first-team all stars in Nagai and Dickson, while Zinger and Malone were all stars for the Marauders.

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Ajanee Perdue (15) had 14 points and collected 13 rebounds for the Pitt Meadows Marauders in their championship game. In this opening game she had 18 boards , and added 12 points. (Neil Corbett THE NEWS)

Samuel Robertson Technical won their first game, but lost to the host Marauders in the second. Seen here Kailin Wood shoots while Shayna Neibergall looks for a rebound. (Neil Corbett/THE NEWS)

Kailin Wood drives and scores for the Titans. (Neil Corbett/THE NEWS)

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