Deja Lee from Semiahmoo Secondary dribbles the ball down the court during the final game for the Surrey Fire Fighters Sr. Girls classic at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary on Saturday, Jan. 12. Semiahmoo beat Tweedsmuir 82-53. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Semiahmoo wins Surrey firefighters 2019 basketball classic

Semiahmoo beats Lord Tweedsmuir 82-53 in final game

Semiahmoo Secondary won the 18th annual Surrey Fire Fighters Sr. Girls Basketball Classic.

The South Surrey school beat Lord Tweedsmuir 82-53 during the final game at Tweedsmuir on Saturday, Jan. 12.

Following the game, the Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society also handed out several awards and nine scholarships worth $750 each. Big Kahuna Sport Company also donated a number of products for the students.

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