LANGLEY — Ladies, you’re our B.C. high school basketball Dream Team.As the 2016-17 season hits its final four days this week, Varsity Letters and the B.C. Secondary Schools Girls Basketball Association are happy to announce our annual Super 15 and our Player of the Year.The next four days, starting Wednesday, marks March Madness with three […]
LANGLEY — Louise Forsyth joined the basketball program at Brookswood Secondary as an eighth grader back in the fall of 2012 as a player oozing promise.Yet if you had peeked in on one her earlier phys-ed classes being run under the watchful eye of Neil Brown, the architect of one of Canada’s most successful high […]
LANGLEY — The Brookswood Bobcats’ bid to become the first B.C. senior girls basketball team to win four straight Triple-A provincial titles since the Salmon Arm Jewels did it to close out the 1970s remains in tact.But if they are going to do it, the three-time defending champs and No. 3 tourney seeds may well […]
Impossible to seed, impossible to please.Just downright impossible.Greater minds than myself have been entrusted with putting together tonight’s draws (7 p.m. live stream, click here) for both the B.C. AA and AAA senior girls basketball championships.So I figured I would give the AAA draw a shot. (For fun coaches, please keep this in mind).TOP HALF […]
PORT COQUITLAM — They weren’t supposed to have a team this season.
Here is the junior girls BC draw for the championships March 1-4 at the LEC!Overall, plus I have broken the main draw and qualification portions down as well!
SURREY — Maryn Budiman came to school on Monday at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School wearing her figurative hard hat, armed with the understanding that boot camp had officially begun.
NORTH DELTA — Wildcard Tuesday with determine the final three Triple-A berths, as well as the final four Double-A berths to the 2017 B.C. senior girls basketball championships being held at the Langley Events Centre.
VANCOUVER — For the Argyle Pipers, the best half of their season was enough to not only make a little North Vancouver history, but get to the Big Dance with the zone’s shiniest shoes.
LANGLEY — As one coach described them, the Abbotsford Panthers senior girls basketball team is a lot like that the young puppy you bring home for the first time.