SURREY — One of the most talented players to grace the B.C. high school hardcourts since Steve Nash departed in 1992 is back in his hometown.
VANCOUVER — In building the most successful Canadian university women’s volleyball program of its generation, UBC Thunderbirds head coach Doug Reimer has brought some of the country’s best and brightest talent War Memorial Gymnasium.
VANCOUVER — Lloyd Scrubb had a very good feeling about his team’s ultimate identity in the early part of the season, but now, as the post-season beckons
VANCOUVER — Super fun night at St. George’s to call the action for SportsCanada.TV’s production of St. George’s vs. Vancouver College.
SURREY — Watch the B.C. senior boys high school basketball championships each year, and in the sudden-elimination environment that defines the sport’s best March Madness qualities, the efforts of each team’s so-called ‘glue players’ is always magnified.They are the ones who can chip in with offence but are more often than not entrusted with less […]
RICHMOND — It’s hard to come out of nowhere, expecially when you’re 6-foot-10 and still growing
BURNABY — This past August, Mallory Velte got a chance to experience the kind of atmosphere that every wrestler dreams of when she packed her bags for the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
LANGLEY — Snow day!For every battered and bruised player in the B.C. high school basketball world, those are sweet words indeed.
VANCOUVER — When Jordan Jensen-Whyte began his career with the UBC Thunderbirds in the fall of 2012, he was standing in shadows deep enough to resemble the cover of night.
Here are my three big basketball take-away from the recently-completed university sports weekend: