The British Columbia High School Boys Basketball Association is addressing concerns from its membership regarding boarding schools and international student-athletes. (Varsity Letters file photo)
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BCHSBBA membership unanimously passes motion regarding boarding school student-athletes, issue now moves to B.C. School Sports AGM

LANGLEY — B.C. High Schools Boys Basketball Association president Paul Eberhardt came across some pretty interesting paperwork last Friday night as he prepared for the next morning’s annual general meeting at the Langley Events Centre.

The Trinity Western Spartans (left to right) Jackson Howe, Eric Loeppky, Carter Bergen, Jesse Elser and Adam Schriemer celebrate a point en route to a 22-2 Canada West record. (Photo by Scott Stewart property of Trinity Western athletics)
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TWU men’s volleyball: Recalibration aligns their stars, Spartans don’t miss a beat in pursuit of U Sports national title threepeat

What speaks loudest about the dynastic way in which Langley’s Trinity Western Spartans have once again reached the summit of Canadian men’s university volleyball this week at the U Sports national tournament?

Miguel Tomley of Surrey's Tamanawis Wildcats finished his career as the all-time single-season scoring leader in B.C. boys high school basketball championship tournament history. (Photo by Wilson Wong property of UBC athletics)
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Miguel Tomley: So where does Tammy’s prodigious talent stand in the grand pecking order of B.C. high school hoops?

LANGLEY — It’s up to you, the basketball fan, to decide just where Miguel Tomley sits on a list of our province’s grandest-ever high school basketball talents.

The Capilano University Blues, including (left to right) Zuzia Zdziechowski, Sherrie Errico, Ashley dela Cruz Yip and Carmelle M'Bikata are in Sackville, NB as part of the 2018 CCAA championship field. (Photo by Paul Yates, Vancouver Sports Pictures)
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A feather in his Cap! Blues coach Sadaghiani learns lessons from mentors Huband, Palmer to guide Capilano U to CCAA nationals

LANGLEY — Every cloud is supposed to have a silver lining, but if you ask Ramin Sadaghiani about any kind of pre-season forecast, it’s clear that the head coach of North Vancouver’s Capilano Blues women’s basketball team was measuring the 2017-18 campaign by a completely different barometre.All of that was clear earlier this month when the […]

In just his second season behind the bench as head coach, former TRU and UBC assistant Joe Enevoldson has New Westminster's Douglas College Royals back in the CCAA national tourney for the first time in 10 years. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca_
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One decade later: Signature wins over VIU Mariners give New West’s Douglas College Royals berth in CCAA national tourney

NEW WESTMINSTER — It’s Monday morning, following a weekend in which Canada’s reigning university basketball dynasty was brought to a grinding halt, and Joe Enevoldson seems a little out of breath as he answers a reporter’s phone call.

South Kamloops' head coach Tim Unaegbu finally gets a championship moment with his players on LEC soil, hugging (left to right) Sam Jean, Reid Jansen, Nick Sarai and Josh Jean. (Photo by Wilson Wong property of UBC athletics)
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South Kamloops: Even from afar, presence of coach Unaegbu touches spirit of Titans, guides them to B.C. AAA hoops title

LANGLEY — This is a story that began 365 days ago, with a vow from a head coach that both he and his basketball team, gutted in defeat, would return to tend to unfinished business.

Once Burnaby South Grade 10 big man Sasha Vujisic found his health and his fitness, the road to a AAAA B.C. title turned into an expressway. (Photo by Wilson Wong property of UBC athletics)
Brentwood College's Somto Dimonachie (left) takes a hard foul from King George Dragons' Dhol Baboth in Saturday's B.C. 2A final at the LEC. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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2A Final: Brentwood College steels its focus, feeds off hot start to top King George and earn a place among the tier’s best-ever teams

LANGLEY — Brentwood College proved it is among the most dominant B.C. boys Double A basketball program in provincial history, yet given the emotion Vancouver’s King George Dragons brought to Saturday’s B.C. championship final at the Langley Events Centre, it made you wonder if there was finally a moment in which the Vancouver Island team […]

An elated group of Heritage Christian Saints from Kelowna (l to r: Jordan Nenasheff. Joshua Weekes, Isaac Opuama and Mark Bell) celebrate a B.C. Single A title win over Smithers' Bulkley Valley Christian Royals on Saturday in Langley. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of
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1A FINAL: MVP Loki does his damage, but Kelowna’s Heritage Saints prove too much for Smithers’ Bulkley Valley Royals

LANGLEY — One of the most dominant forces in the recent history of B.C. Single A basketball championships put on a show Saturday on the big floor at the Langley Events Centre.In the end, however, tournament MVP Saymon Noki’s 31 points and 21 rebounds wasn’t enough to carry Smithers’ Bulkley Valley Christian Royals past the […]

Bulkley Valley Christian's Saymon Loki is cutting a swath through the field at the BC senior boys Single A basketball championships. (Photo by Dan Kinvig property of
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Say who? Saymon Loki, that’s who! Bulkley Valley big man leads Royals into B.C. 1A final vs. Heritage Christian

LANGLEY — Say who? Saymon, that’s who. Saymon Loki’s fable is growing by the game here at the 2018 B.C. senior boys Single A basketball championships.