According to head coach Chris Dergousoff, the Bombers were quick out of the gate and set the tone early leading 17-3 after 10 minutes and 30-9 at recess.Leading scores were Ansleigh Dergousoff with 18 points, Allie Zondervan with 15 and Naomi Perkins with 14. Roxanne Baker chipped in with six points and played great defensively. The Bombers defeated Mount Sentinel Wildcats, host J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks and Boundary Central of Midway en route to the tournament title.LVR opened the season Thursday in Castlegar by thumping the Rockers 64-34 in West Kootenay High School Senior Girl’s action. LVR then blasted Mount Sentinel 66-34 behind the 19-point performance of Perkins. Dergousoff had 17 points and Nielsen 14. Friday at the Crowe Cage Bowl, the Bombers held off a late charge by the host club to down the Hawks 62-42.Ansleigh Dergousoff led the Bombers with 19 points while Sian Nielsen had 14, Roxanne Baker 10 and Naomi Perkins nine. The Bombers then pounded Boundary Central 61-15 before concluding with a 60-14 win over Stanley Humphries Rockers.Allie Zondervan had 17 and Roxanne Baker 11 to lead the Bombers against Boundary Central. Grade 9 Camryn Parnell added nine points.Against the Rockers, Perkins scored 16, Nielsen 14 and Camryn Parnell seven. What better way to start a new season that with a win — and a tournament championship, no less.The L.V. Rogers Senior Girls Basketball team has a successful start to their season by winning its first five games, including capturing the Crowe Cage Bowl Tournament Saturday in Trail.