PORT COQUITLAM — The Oak Bay Bays might be a darn good basketball team, but that doesn’t mean they don’t try and stick by a strict budget. And so that means when they can catch the last ferry and get back to their Victoria digs on the same night they wrap up playing at invitational tournaments […]
Welcome to coverage from the third and final day of the 29th annual Legal Beagle invitational senior boys basketball tournament here in PoCo. Keep checking back here throughout the day for reports from all of the games, including our championship final between the Semiahmoo Totems and the Oak Bay Bays at 7:30 p.m.
The action is over on semifinal Friday at the Chancellor Invitational. It will be No. 1 Byrne Creek vs. No. 6 Argyle in Saturday’s championship final. A look:
PORT COQUITLAM —The Semiahmoo Totems knew they had an Achilles Heel, and so they made it a front-and-centre priority in each and every one of their practices.
PORT COQUITLAM — The No. 1-ranked Oak Bay Bays are on their way to the Legal Beagle semifinals.
PORT COQUITLAM — A funny thing happened to Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox Ravens en route to being the only non-ranked, non-honourable mention team among the entire 16-school field which took part in the Tsumura Basketball Invitational about four weeks ago at the Langley Events Centre: They advanced all the way to event’s Final Four.
LANGLEY — On the eve of tipping off at the Terry Fox Legal Beagle Invitational on Thursday, Victoria’s Oak Bay Bays are back at No. 1 in the latest Varsity letters’ B.C. AAAA boys basketball rankings.
SURREY — At virtually every turn, he has placed bookmarks in the historical timeline of B.C. boys high school basketball. Remember when he turned heads at the 2015 Terry Fox Legal Beagle invitational by averaging 26 ppg as a Grade 9? Or in 2016 when he became the first Grade 10 boys player to be named to […]
BURNABY — Aaron Mitchell played high school basketball in the early-to-mid 1990s, an era many call one of the golden ages of the game in our province. And now, over a decade into his career as the head varsity boys basketball coach at Burnaby’s St. Thomas More Collegiate, he appreciates more and more how one of […]
LANGLEY — It’s one thing to be big, which Victor Radocaj most certainly is. It’s another to truly see the big picture.