The Mountain Eagles junior girls basketball team won silver on the weekend after losing in triple overtime in the finals of a tournament in North Delta. Submitted photo

Medal of each colour for Eagles junior girls

Triple overtime loss in championship final of North Delta touranment for Langley’s Mountain Secondary

It was not the medal they wanted, but the Mountain Eagles now possess a medal of each colour.

The junior girls basketball team lost a triple overtime heartbreaker, 59-57 to the Fleetwood Park Dragons on Saturday in the finals of a tournament hosted by North Delta Secondary.

In five tournaments this season, the Eagles have a gold, silver and three bronze medals.

Anna Amate led the Eagles with 20 points while Mya Madray earned game MVP honours.

Shannon Kao was named a tournament all-star.

The Eagles won their first two games of the tournament decisively, hammering the Queen Elizabeth Royals 52-16 and beating the Port Moody Blues 55-30.



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