Brentwood College's Somto Dimonachie (left) takes a hard foul from King George Dragons' Dhol Baboth in Saturday's B.C. 2A final at the LEC. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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2A Final: Brentwood College steels its focus, feeds off hot start to top King George and earn a place among the tier’s best-ever teams

LANGLEY — Brentwood College proved it is among the most dominant B.C. boys Double A basketball program in provincial history, yet given the emotion Vancouver’s King George Dragons brought to Saturday’s B.C. championship final at the Langley Events Centre, it made you wonder if there was finally a moment in which the Vancouver Island team […]

Senior guard Mohab Mundadi of Vancouver's King George Dragons is a slice of old-school basketball re-born in the West End. (Photo-King George Secondary athletics)
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King George’s Mohab Mundadi: Our 2018 ‘Best Player You’ve Never Heard Of’ takes pride in ‘stealing’ the passion of old-school hoops

LANGLEY — Imagine if the process of individual skill development started with a blank canvas, and instead of standing at the front of the easel, you grabbed your brush and palette and headed to the back of it.

Jamison Schulz-Francisco (left) of the SMUS Blue Jags is chased by by King George Dragons' Chris Bouseh on Friday at the LEC. ( 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
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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 […]

Head coach Darko Kulic and the Dragons celebrate City title on Friday. Photo -- Howard Tsumura/
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Vancouver 3A final: King George Dragons and an ode to MJ’s flu game

VANCOUVER — Darko Kulic went to bed Thursday night knowing that he wasn’t going to need a rousing pre-game speech in the minutes before his King George Dragons took to the court for the Vancouver City 2A-3A championship final on Friday.