After celebrating a B.C. AAA title with assistant coach Mike Flaco Zayas last month at the LEC, South Kamloops' Reid Jansen is one of three Titans back in the Lower Mainland this weekend for B.C. High School All-Star Saturday at Richmond's Palmer Secondary. (Photo by Wilson Wong property of UBC athletics)
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All-Star Saturday is back! Full rosters, compete schedules as B.C. high school all-star games cap boys 2017-18 basketball season

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.


The Triple A team defeated the Quad A team 103-98, ushering in our new era of four-tier appreciation within the provincial boys game.

Well, get ready for another dose Saturday as Richmond’s R.C. Palmer Secondary once again plays the host role.

The showcase Triple A vs. Quad A tilt tips off at 7:30 p.m., but it’s just one of a number of highlights throughout the day at Palmer.

The Single A vs. Double A game is scheduled for a 5 p.m. tip. In between the two games, it’s the three-point shooting finals (6:45 p.m.) and the slam dunk championships (7 p.m.).

Three-point prelims open at 2:15 p.m. and dunk prelims at 3:15 p.m.

Here’s the full rosters for both games:

Yale’s Bradley Braich missed the provincial tournament after the Lions failed to qualify, but he gets to wind up his high school career playing for the Quad A team at this weekend’s All-Star Saturday festivities. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)


Jake Willemsen (6-3 G, South Delta)

Nishad Tarak (Victoria-Belmont)

Bradley Braich (Abbotsford-Yale)

Vlad Mihaila (Surrey-Semiahmoo)

Jack Cruz-Dumont (6-3 G, Vancouver College)

James Woods (6-1 G, Langley-Walnut Grove)

Adam Paige (6-7 F, Surrey-Semiahmoo)

Gabriel Takeawoa (5-11 G, Surrey-Holy Cross)

Isaac Ickovich (6-6 C, Victoria-Belmont)

Jusuf Sehic (6-7 F, Burnaby South)

HEAD COACH — Ed Lefurgy (Semiahmoo)

It’s a long trip down from Prince George to Richmond, but it’s a fitting end to a high school career for Duchess Park’s talented guard Colburn Pearce. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)



Reid Jansen (6-1 G, South Kamloops)

Martin Djunga (6-2 G, Burnaby-Byrne Creek

Nick Sarai (6-2 G/F, South Kamloops)

Colburn Pearce (6-4 F, Prince George-Duchess Park)

Alex Wallace (6-4 G, North Vancouver-Argyle)

Majok Deng (6-8 G, Burnaby-Byrne Creek)

Bryce Mason (6-3 G, Richmond-R.A. McMath)

Ripley Martin (6-11 C, South Kamloops)

Werner Giovanni Manu (6-8 F, Pitt Meadows)

Burke Brussow (6-4 G, Maple Ridge)

HEAD COACH — Balraj Dhillon (Byrne Creek)

Nathan Pasloske is one of three Brentwood College players sorting up for All-Saturday in Richmond. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of


Nathan Pasloske (6-4 G, Mill Bay-Brentwood College)

Brendan Sullivan (5-11 G, Mill Bay-Brentwood College)

Bruno Chan (6-2 G, Mill Bay-Brentwood College)

Seyoung Choi (6-2 G, Vancouver-King George)

Mohab Mundadi (6-3 F, Vancouver-King George)

Boris Obradovic (6-5 F, Vancouver-King George)

Christopher Ross (6-4 G, North Vancouver-Seycove)

Spencer Ledoux (6-6 F, Kamloops-Westsyde)

Kobe McKnight (6-2 G, Vancouver-Britannia)

Andrew Reddy (6-3 F, Richmond-R.C. Palmer)

HEAD COACH — Blake Gage (Brentwood College)

Khalsa’s Harkirat Bhangu finishes his high school career Saturday in Richmond as a B.C. Single A all-star. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of


Josh Allison (6-4 F, Langley-Credo Christian)

Tyler Schilling (6-0 G, Barriere)

Sam Pan (5-9 G, Vancouver-St. John’s)

Nathan Steenhof (5-9 G, Smithers-Bulkley Valley Christian)

Quentin Onyemourdi (5-10 G, PoCo-B.C. Christian)

John Oszust (6-4 F, Golden)

Harkirat Bhangu (5-9 G, Surrey-Khalsa)

Saymon Loki (6-5 F, Smithers-Bulkley Valley Christian)

Kavneer Dhaliwal (6-3 F, Osoyoos)

Amrit Mangat (6-0 F, Surrey-Khalsa)

HEAD COACH — Chris Steenhof (Bulkley Valley Christian)

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