Stars beat Titans 57-42

he Samuel Robertson Technical Titans senior boys’ basketball squad dropped its second regular season game on Tuesday

Nicholas Huliganga of the Samuel Robertson Technical Titans drives the basket against an Archbishop Carney defender during high school hoops action at SRT on Tuesday evening.

The Samuel Robertson Technical Titans senior boys’ basketball squad dropped its second regular season game on Tuesday, losing 57-42 to the Archbishop Carney Stars.

The leading scorer for the Titans was Kaden Ball with 16 points, while Dexter Stewart had nine.

The Titans are competing in the Fraser Valley double A league this season.

  • The Maple Ridge Ramblers Grade 8 boys’ basketball black team beat Pitt Meadows 29-4, while the school’s red team also enjoyed a victory over the Westview Wildcats 57-25 in action this week.
  • The Ramblers Grade 8 girls’ team started league play with a 46-13 win over Pitt Meadows. Leading scorer was Shontel Baker with 18 points.
  • The Garibaldi Rebels Grade 8 boys enjoyed a 50-40 win over SRT.

 

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