Devonport’s Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School has laid claim to being the best North-West school on the court after bring home two titles from the Basketball Tasmania Primary School State Tournament in Launceston over the weekend. The junior girls started proceedings with a dominant 42-11 win over Hobart’s St Mary’s College. It was an even team performance, with seven of the eight players hitting the scoreboard, led by Mia Aylett, Luca Martin and Isabella Wells all scoring&nbsp;eight points, while Jade McCoy and Lauren Angilley added six points each. The result capped off a dominant tournament by the team in which they scored 296 points and conceded only 56 points across five games. They started the preliminary games with a 67-12 win over Launceston’s Sacred Heart, followed by a 72-5 thumping of Dodges Ferry Primary School and a 62-15 victory against St Mary’s College.&nbsp; A 53-13 triumph over Stella Maris in Sunday’s qualifying final took them through to the grand final. The senior girls grand final was a far closer affair, with OLOL prevailing over Hobart’s Corpus Christi 31-20. Claire Martin led all scorers for the match with a game-high 13 points, with Rubi Gray chipping in with nine points and Sophie Whish-Wilson contributing six points. Like their junior counterparts, the senior girls were also unbeaten over the weekend but had a tougher time against their opposition. Saturday’s pool games saw them overcome Launceston’s Sacred Heart 30-20 and Hobart’s Mount Carmel College 34-12 before defeating Ulverstone’s Sacred Heart 39-28 in the semi-final. Other North-West Coast schools to feature across the tournament included Spreyton Primary School,&nbsp;who&nbsp;finished runners-up to Riverside Primary School in the senior boys division after losing a tight grand final 57-53. Kye Savage (25 points) and Sam Long (18 points) were prominent in the decider, but the team were unable to contain Riverside’s Lachlan Brewer, who ended with 31 points. Spreyton made it through to the final courtesy of pool wins against Launceston’s Sacred Heart 44-41, Stella Maris 44-32 and Howrah Primary School 55-42, followed by a 63-57 victory over Coastal rivals Somerset Primary School in the semi-final. There was also top-four finishes at the tournament&nbsp;for Stella Maris (third, junior girls), Ulverstone’s Sacred Heart (third, senior girls), Penguin District School (fourth, senior girls), and Somerset Primary School (fourth, senior boys).