Burnaby South's starting five all hit in double figures to win their own high school girls' basketball tournament last weekend.
Tournament MVP Pavneet Brar scored 25 points in South's 85-59 victory over Notre Dame in the tournament championship final at South on Saturday.
Ana Lukic and Stephanie Labbé tallied 16 points apiece, while Manpreet Nijjar and Jasmine Manhas collected 14 and 12 points, respectively for the winners in the high-scoring final.
South shot lights out in the final, keeping the pressure on Notre Dame, an AA honourable mention, with its fast break and multiple three-pointers.
Nijjar was named the tourney's top defensive player. Lukic and Labbé were also named all-stars.
Burnaby South is currently ranked No. 9 in provincial AAA polling.
The Rebels opened the two-day tourney with a 69-22 win over Guildford Park.
South then advanced to the tournament final following a 71-34 victory over Clayton Heights.
Woodlands defeated Clayton Heights 40-34 to finish in third place.
Last month, South won earlier high school tournaments, taking top spot in the Bob Carkner memorial in Richmond hosted by honourable mention Steveston-London and the Sir Winston Churchill tournament in Vancouver.