Iqwinder Gill dunks for two of his 12 points in the Surrey RCMP All-Star Classic Friday night at Enver Creek Secondary.

All-stars on the floor at Enver Creek

Surrey Classic distributes scholarships to Grade 12 players

Curtis Harvey of Semiahmoo Secondary and Aiden Moore of Pacific Academy were presented with $1,000 scholarships at the Surrey RCMP All-Star Classic Friday night.

Participants in the annual season-end high school all-star game for Grade 12 student-athletes, Harvey received the Chris Mohan Memorial Scholarship with Moore earning the Roger Pierlet Memorial Scholarship.

Eighteen players participated in the game, which was sponsored by Winner’s Circle Trophies and the Surrey RCMP Basketball Classic.

Two other players received scholarships worth $750 each. Filip Samardzic of Johnston Heights Secondary and Brian Spanier of Semiahmoo were presented with scholarships from the Surrey School District.

Patrick Dujmovic of the Semiahmoo Totems had a game-high 25 points, including seven treys, to lead the visiting team to a 111-94 victory  game at Enver Creek Secondary.

Samardzic added 20 points for the winners, with Spanier netting 14 and Iqwinder Gill of the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers scoring 12.

For the home team, Harvey, a first-team all-star at the Surrey RCMP Classic in January, drained seven three-point shots for 21 points.

Sukhman Cheema of the North Surrey Spartans had 17 points. Also in double figures were Justin Mason of the Panthers, Emeka Okuma of the Fleetwood Park Dragons and Jas Sidhu of the Enver Creek Cougars with 12 points each, and Moore and Kyanith Thapa of the Frank Hurt Hornets with 10 apiece.

In the girls game, also played Friday night at Enver Creek, Nicole Vander Helm of the Holy Cross Crusaders scored 27 points to lead the visiting team to a 60-30 victory.

Cyrille Butac of the Fleetwood Park Dragons led the home team with 10 points.

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