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Three years, three wins. Semiahmoo Secondary's senior boys basketball team was victorious – again – after taking home the 2019 Surrey RCMP Classic championship title.
The latest banner adds to a growing collection, as this is the third consecutive year the school has won the annual tournament.
Semiahmoo made it to the final after narrowly defeating the Tamanawis Wildcats 75-71 in the semi-finals. Lord Tweedsmuir also earned a spot in the championship game after beating Fleetwood Park.
With Tweedsmuir making a last-quarter comeback, the final, held at Enver Creek Secondary, had spectators on the edge of their seats. Separated by just three points with less than a minute remaining, Semiahmoo nailed a couple of key shots and sealed the 89-82 win.
The 28th-annual, seven-day tournament involved about 650 athletes from 24 senior and 20 junior teams representing public and private schools across Surrey.
Queen Elizabeth Secondary (below) won the junior championship, with Panorama Ridge taking silver.
For more statistics, awards and information, check HERE.