Sardis stuns Semiahmoo in tournament final

The Sardis Falcons routed the Semiahmoo Totems to take first place at the Chilliwack secondary school senior boys basketball tourney.

The Sardis Falcons invaded the gym of their biggest rival last week, and came away with a tournament win.

For only the second time in their history, the Falcons took top spot at the Chilliwack secondary school tourney. They beat a top-20 team to do it, slaughtering the Semiahmoo Totems, 95-62, in the final. Sardis also downed the LA Matheson Mustangs (Surrey), Sa-Hali Sabres (Kamloops) and GP Vanier Towhees (Courtenay).

Tournament most-valuable player Cam Servatius led Sardis with 27 points against Semiahmoo, with Hayden Lejeune adding 21 and Eric Rogers adding 14.

Lejeune and Rogers were named first-team all-stars.

Storm star Brandon Isaac was named a second-team all-star alongside Unity Christian’s Clay Driesen. Including tournament play, the Falcons are 8-0 to start the season, and they play three home games this week.

Sardis hosts Charles Best tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 7:30 p.m.

Fraser Heights pays a visit Wednesday night, with a 6:45 p.m. tipoff, and Kelowna’s in town Saturday for a 3 p.m. start.




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