Varsity Letters has scanned the numbers and presents our Top Performances of the Week in B.C. High School Football. Full disclosure: Big tackling numbers in the meaningful games in the month of November tend to score high.
SURREY — To some, Miguel Tomley’s basketball future may appear to have been cast along a road less travelled. Yet ask the superstar point guard with Surrey’s Tamanawis Secondary Wildcats what the main reason was that he chose Cal Baptist University over a number of other higher-profile schools as the place to continue his fast-rising basketball […]
Just under a decade ago, the South Kamloops Titans set the standard for imposing teams within their senior boys basketball program. Kelly Olynyk, Josh Wolfram and David Wagner up front along with guard John Bantock, and all on the same team?
BURNABY — Tessa May has struck a treaty with her aching shins, a peace accord of sorts that says she’ll do the hundreds of hours of physiotherapy as long as she gets to pull on her No. 21 game-day jersey with the Simon Fraser Clan volleyball team.
This week, the rankings expand in number to better represent the number of teams which will be fielded in each tier at the upcoming B.C. championships at the Langley Events Centre.AAA RANKINGSAA RANKINGS
After much discussion, the B.C. High School AA Eastern Conference all-stars have been finalized. Von Richardson and Samwel Uko of G.W. Graham and Abbotsford respectively sit atop the class.
There are still a lot of final details to be confirmed, but the basic bones are all known. Here’s both the AAA and AA opening-round draws as the Subway Bowl 2017 playoffs open this Friday and Saturday.
The Western Conference announced its AAA all-stars and MVP’s today. Here’s a look at both teams, led by South Delta’s Michael Calvert and Tyson Philpot of North Delta’s Seaquam Seahawks:
It’s all-star Sunday for B.C. high school AA football. We’ve got complete Western, Interior and Northern Conference all-star teams right here!