Pitt Grade 8 girls second in Capilano tournament

The Pitt Meadows Marauders Grade 8 girls’ basketball team finished second in the Capilano secondary tournament over the weekend.

The Pitt Meadows Marauders Grade 8 girls’ basketball team finished second in the Capilano secondary tournament over the weekend.

Pitt will now play its first league game on Thursday, against Garibaldi, which will be a warmup for their  home tournament starting Friday.

The Pitt junior girls’ finished fourth in their home tournament on Saturday, after losing a close bronze medal game against Dover Bay 25-27.

Kaylee Stewart received the Player of the Game award, while Chelayna Mathias was selected as all-star for her play throughout the tournament.

The junior girls are playing at PMSS at 5 p.m. on Thursday against Burnsview Secondary.

The senior girls’ have their first league game at 6:15 p.m. Thursday at Garibaldi secondary.

They will be leaving on Sunday for an eight-day, basketball-filled trip to Orlando, Florida.

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