Baltej Sohal and the rest of the Burnaby South Rebels move up to No. 3 in the latest Varsity Letters' AAAA senior boys basketball rankings following a big win over Surrey's Holy Cross Crusaders. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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01.10.18: B.C. Quad A, Double A, Single A senior varsity boys basketball rankings

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.

St. George's Noah King bulled his way to goal Thursday in Abbotsford, putting his team upon 22-11 in the second half of an eventual Quad A semifinal win over Oak Bay. (Photo -- St. George's athletics file photo)
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Varsity Letters’ Top 5 Players from Day 2 the BC high school rugby championships

Who made the grade and more on Semifinal Thursday at the 2017 BCSSRU provincial championships out here in Abbotsford? Our intrepid Adam Roberts polled the masses, trusted his own eyes, and came up with Varsity Letter’s Big 5, our top 5 players of the day.

SMUS' Jasper Bosley tries to slow the progress of Brentwood College guard Brenan Sullivan in BC Triple A final Saturday in Langley. (Wilson Wong, UBC athletics for VarsityLetters.ca)
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Double A: Sullivan’s triples cripple SMUS, send Brentwood to first BC varsity hoops title

LANGLEY — Brendan Sullivan wasn’t thinking about his form, his technique or any of the intangibles that have turned him into a clutch shooter.“I saw the shot-clock running down, I was trying to run a play, but I just ended hucking it up,” the Grade 11 guard said. “I just had faith and apparently it […]

Jamison Schulz-Francisco (left) of the SMUS Blue Jags is chased by by King George Dragons' Chris Bouseh on Friday at the LEC. (VarsityLetters.ca photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Double-A: All-Island derby for BC title as SMUS and Brentwood prep for battle

LANGLEY — The favourites and the survivors.Mill’s Bay’s No. 1 tournament seed, Brentwood College, along with Victoria’s St. Michael’s University School Blue Jags

Geevon Janday of Chilliwack's G.W. Graham Grizzlies drives past Lambrick Park's Matt Collett during 2A quarters Thursday in Langley. (Photo -- Wilson Wong, UBC athletics for VarsityLetters.ca)
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Double-A: What a Final 4 Friday! It’s SMUS, Brentwood, King George, GW Graham

Gabe Mannes, Ben Keep, Yoel Teclehaimanot and the balanced attack of the No. 1 seeds with no nickname from Mill Bay.The winners that emerged from Thursday’s Telus 2017 B.C. Double-A senior boys basketball championship quarterfinals have created a most unique Final Four Friday at the Langley Events Centre.G.W. Graham’s scoring machine Mannes, three-point shooting savant […]