Ramblers Grade 8 girls start 7-0

The Maple Ridge Ramblers opened Grade 8 girls’ basketball league play at Garibaldi secondary on Tuesday with a 65-2 win over the host Rebels

The Maple Ridge Ramblers opened Grade 8 girls’ basketball league play at Garibaldi secondary on Tuesday with a 65-2 win over the host Rebels.

Kirsten Senchyna was a standout for the Rams with 16 points and seven steals. Taylor DeAdder added 12 points and six steals.

“The team has had a great start to the season,” said Maple Ridge coach Don Herman.

The Ramblers remain undefeated at 7-0, including 1-0 in league play.

They were to host the Westview Wildcats on Thursday.

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