The Burnaby South Rebels girls' basketball team won their pool at the annual 18-team Tournament for Emily hosted by Riverside Secondary School.
The Rebel girls opened with a 40-32 win over Gleneagle. Pavneet Brar and Stephanie Labbé led the way with 12 and 10 points, respectively.
Brar and Ana Lukic teamed up for 17 points apiece in a 63-52 victory over W.J. Mouat.
Brar and Mona Saib posted high games of 17 and 15 points, respectively, in South's 65-52 win over Archbishop Carney.
Burnaby South also knocked off Centennial 73-43 to win its pool. Jasmine Manhas scored a team-high 20 points for the Rebels. Lukic and Des Lister chipped in with 13 points apiece.
The annual hoop tourney is also a fundraiser for Children's Hospital.
Burnaby South Rebels Martin Bogajev and Taymoor Khan of Burnaby Mountain were both named second team all-stars following the annual pre-Christmas Rod Thomson Mountain Madness high school boys' basketball tournament.
Co-hosts South and Mountain locked horns in a battle for fourth and sixth places, with the Rebels coming out on top 72-49.
Yale won the tournament championship over Delta 103-62.