RICHMOND — Not that any of this is being scripted from above, but act three of a potential four-act play found our chief protagonists locked in a familiar script Friday at The Oval.
RICHMOND — Bithow Wan was quick to speak to a traditional axiom of his sport Friday night at The Oval.
RICHMOND — In the final analysis, when the aim is to get to the dance, you don’t quibble with details like seeding, margin of victory, or style.
RICHMOND — With four minutes to go in the first quarter of Friday’s Lower Mainland Triple-A championship third-place game, Aaron Mitchell looked up at the scoreboard at The Oval and got a little queasy.
NORTH DELTA — The toughest and most unpredictable tournament to try and win in the entire canon of B.C. high school basketball tips off Saturday
VANCOUVER — The rink in her home town, which is actually too small to be even called a town, was built from scratch
BURNABY — Sophie Swant’s basketball heart has always ticked to the beat of a bull in a china shop
Only one more set of Top 10 rankings remain this season. Plenty of movement in the Quad A rankings this weekend, including a newcomer from Coquitlam.
LANGLEY — The Brookswood Bobcats’ bid to become the first B.C. senior girls basketball team to win four straight Triple-A provincial titles since the Salmon Arm Jewels did it to close out the 1970s remains in tact.But if they are going to do it, the three-time defending champs and No. 3 tourney seeds may well […]
Impossible to seed, impossible to please.Just downright impossible.Greater minds than myself have been entrusted with putting together tonight’s draws (7 p.m. live stream, click here) for both the B.C. AA and AAA senior girls basketball championships.So I figured I would give the AAA draw a shot. (For fun coaches, please keep this in mind).TOP HALF […]