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Trojans, Crusaders claim hoops titles

Members of the Vincent Massey Trojans celebrate a 70-53 win over the Sisler Spartans in the high school AAAA provincial basketball championship game at the University of Manitoba's Investors Group Athletic Centre Monday, March 24, 2014.
Member of the St. Paul's Crusaders celebrate after defeating the Glenlawn Lions 85-71 to win the high school boys' AAAA provincial title at the University of Manitoba Monday.
Kyanna Giles (11) cries with teammates after the Sisler Spartans were defeated by the Vincent Massey Trojans in the championship game. It was the Spartans' only loss this season.
Dejected Glenlawn Lions player Sulaiman Jalloh is comforted after his team was defeated by the St. Paul's Crusaders in the provisional championship.
Supporters carry Vincent Massey Trojans player and tournament MVP Atoosa Jalayeri after the big win.
St. Paul's Crusader fans celebrate the school's first provincial AAAA basketball title in the same year the private boys' school captured provincial hockey and football championships.
The Vincent Massey Trojans celebrate their win.
The St. Paul's Crusaders celebrate their victory.
Vincent Massey Trojans fans celebrate after their team's victory in the girls' title game.
Members of the Vincent Massey Trojans celebrate a 70-53 win over the Sisler Spartans in the high school AAAA provincial basketball championship game at the University of Manitoba's Investors Group Athletic Centre Monday, March 24, 2014. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Member of the St. Paul's Crusaders celebrate after defeating the Glenlawn Lions 85-71 to win the high school boys' AAAA provincial title at the University of Manitoba Monday. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Kyanna Giles (11) cries with teammates after the Sisler Spartans were defeated by the Vincent Massey Trojans in the championship game. It was the Spartans' only loss this season. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Dejected Glenlawn Lions player Sulaiman Jalloh is comforted after his team was defeated by the St. Paul's Crusaders in the provisional championship. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Supporters carry Vincent Massey Trojans player and tournament MVP Atoosa Jalayeri after the big win. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
St. Paul's Crusader fans celebrate the school's first provincial AAAA basketball title in the same year the private boys' school captured provincial hockey and football championships. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The Vincent Massey Trojans celebrate their win. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
The St. Paul's Crusaders celebrate their victory. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
Vincent Massey Trojans fans celebrate after their team's victory in the girls' title game. - JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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