ABBOTSFORD — He wasn’t afraid to share his personal struggles regarding mental illness with the readers of Varsity Letters.
SURREY — It’s a description which has become so over-used that it almost seems like a common cliché.
LANGLEY — If there is way to best describe Spencer Ledoux’s game on the basketball court, it’s to call it well grounded.
James Woods has grown used to the fact that on first impression, the basketball world has so often second-guessed him.
RICHMOND — Fardaws Aimaq never lost sight of the big picture of U.S. college basketball and his potential future within it even though there were moments this past season where he might have wondered what a kid from Richmond was doing chasing his hoop dreams on the other side of the continent at a place […]
PITT MEADOWS — On first glance, and for obvious reasons, 6-foot-8, 320-pound Giovanni Manu has a way of locking down your focus. Yet it’s what happens in the moments after he catches your eye that makes him an irresistible fan favourite.
VANCOUVER — It’s easy to say that the UBC Thunderbirds have a better men’s basketball program today because of their latest recruit, a kid teeming with skills and upside.
RICHMOND — Darko Kulic is speaking in jest, yet the head coach of Vancouver’s King George Dragons would never say ‘No’ to getting one more shot at Vancouver Island’s powerhouse, two-time defending B.C. AA champs from Brentwood College.
RICHMOND — My how time flies! It was 12 months ago, with the revamped B.C boys high school all-star game format making its debut, that we were treated to one of the biggest surprises of the 2016-17 high school sports season.
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Secondary Schools Athletic Association marches out its finest on Friday at the Tigers Den as Sir Charles Tupper Secondary plays host to a twin bill of boys high school basketball action.