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Rebels romp past Jugglers

Burnaby South Rebels forward Stephanie Labé battles Clayton Heights defender Maddy Power for control of a rebound in the first half of their semi-final game at the Rebels senior girls basketball tournament, Saturday at Burnaby South. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
Burnaby South Rebels forward Stephanie Labé battles Clayton Heights defender Maddy Power for control of a rebound in the first half of their semi-final game at the Rebels senior girls basketball tournament, Saturday at Burnaby South.
— image credit: MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER

The Burnaby South Rebels were not kind hosts at their own senior girls high school basketball tournament.

The Rebels downed the Notre Dame Jugglers from East Vancouver 85-59 in the final Saturday.

Pav Brar, who was named the tourney’s most valuable player, scored 25 points in the final with Ana Lukic and Stephanie Labbé each contributing 16 points. Manny Nijjar also had 14 while Jasmine Manhas contributed 12.

Lukic and Labbé were named tournament all-stars while Nijjar was recognized as the top defensive player in the eight-team tourney.

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