MORELL - The Athena Hawks and Stonepark Tigers are the P.E.I. School Athletic Association Domino's Pizza midget A basketball champions.
Both teams captured gold at Morell Regional High School on Saturday afternoon.
Athena and the Birchwood Cobras hooked up in a nail-biting boys' final.
The Cobras held the lead late, but the Hawks rallied for a 48-45 win as a last-second three-point attempt by the Cobras just missed.
Sahib Singh, who was named the provincial championship tournament's most valuable player, scored 18 points to lead the Hawks offensively while Vlersim Musliu and Spencer Rossiter each contributed 11.
Vadim Boshnyak, who hit four times from beyond the arc in the first half, had a game-high 19 points for the Cobras. Keagan Carty chipped in with 14.
In the semifinals, Musliu's 15-point effort led Athena to a 62-43 win over Morell, which received 20 points from Thomas Craig, while Birchwood pulled away late for a 53-43 win over Miscouche. Carty had 17 points for Birchwood, and Matt Enman poured in 30 points for Miscouche.
Nick Studzinski (21) and Craig (19) were Morell's top point-getters in a 51-38 win over Miscouche 51-38 in the bronze-medal game. Enman scored 23 for Miscouche.
A 12-point effort by tournament most valuable player Casey Currie, and strong defensive play sparked Stonepark to a 33-19 win over Englewood in the girls' gold-medal game.
Maddie Neale added eight points for the Tigers.
Mia Sorenson (6) and Carla Stewart (5) led Englewood.
Kate MacIntosh's 12 points helped Stonepark to a 37-26 win over the Hernewood Huskies in one of two semifinals. Makaylee Power had 12 points for Hernewood.
Englewood overcame a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to pull out a 35-32 win in double overtime versus Montague in the other semifinal. Hannah Thompson sank 11 points for Englewood, and Allison vanDaele contributed 12 for Montague.
In the bronze-medal game, vanDaele scored 13 points as Montague defeated Hernewood 43-31. Power contributed 19 effort for Hernewood.