COQUITLAM — We’re here at the nine-team Centennial Top 10 Shoot-Out tourament in Coquitlam.Stay tuned for updates on this posting throughout the afternoon.Here’s a look at what we’ve been able to see since setting foot in the gymnasium.VALLEYVIEW 74 CLAREMONT 70COQUITLAM — No amount of snow was going to keep the Valleyview Vikings from their […]
BURNABY — Jasdeep Singh had a pretty distinct nickname during his teenage years while playing club basketball for Drive Elite.
SURREY — Pretend that on one list you’ve got the names of the most proficient scorers in the B.C. high school boys basketball world.
NORTH DELTA — Significant news took place at all four tiers of B.C. high school boys basketball this week.It runs the gamut from Centennial’s continued run of Quad-A excellence, to the Triple A and Single A tiers getting new No. 1’s in the form of Prince George’s Duchess Park Condors and Chilliwack’s Unity Christian Flames, […]
LANGLEY — No. 1’s held firm across all four tiers as B.C. senior girls high school basketball issued its first Top 10 rankings of 2020. On a snow day Wednesday, here’s a look at all of the numbers:
PORT COQUITLAM — When you’re dropping 38 points in a senior varsity game as an eighth grader, the way Sammy Shields did back in the 2016-17 season, it seems a given that the greatest strength of the Riverside Rapids’ Grade 11 standout guard is her scoring ability.And while it’s hard to make a case that […]
PORT COQUITLAM — There is an invisible connection on the basketball court which seems to bind Coquitlam’s Centennial Centaurs.
BURNABY — Caleb Lyons has a way of making every gym his own home, sweet home.This week, it was the spacious, well-lit and energetic confines at Burnaby’s St. Thomas More Collegiate where he made himself comfy.In fact after he knocked down six triples, scored a team-high 35 points and was picked the MVP of STM’s […]
PORT COQUITLAM — When it comes to his Class of 2020 seniors, St. George’s Saints head coach Guy da Silva knows all about their championship DNA.
PORT COQUITLAM — Harry Parmar moved his arm in an upward arc.“Very rarely does a season go like this,” he said, his body language indicating one upward step after another. “We hit a dip, and now we’ve got to get out of it.” By the time Parmar’s team, the Quad-A No. 2-ranked Kelowna Owls, left PoCo […]