Kelowna's Nash Semeniuk will lead his Owls into the BC 4A tourney tipping off March 8 at the LEC. All qualifying teams at tiers 1A-4A will see where their journey towards a provincial title begins on Sunday when the B.C. senior boys bracket reveal show takes place at (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2023. All Rights Reserved)
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B.C. Boys Basketball Sweet 16 bracket reveal show set to air Sunday on TFSETV! Plan those team gatherings as Chris & Howard usher in March Madness!

LANGLEY — The B.C. senior boys basketball championship draw show is set to live stream on on Sunday beginning at 3:30 p.m.

As has become an annual March Madness tradition, host Chris Kennedy and Varsity Letters’ sportswriter Howard Tsumura will bring you the official unveilings of (in order) the Single-A, Double-A, Triple-A and Quad-A 16-team brackets, all of which tip off at the Langley Events Centre on March 8.

Coaches whose teams have qualified for the boys senior provincials are each being contacted via e-mail for additional updates on their teams, and thus are asked to monitor their email in-boxes closely.

With 64 total teams and hundreds of players being honoured for their respective 2022-23 seasons, it is imperative that these emails be answered. Howard Tsumura is handling the 4A and 3A information packages, and Gary Ahuja of the Langley Event Centre the 1A and 2A information packages.

If we receive nothing from you, we will be unable to mention anything about your team during your team’s bracket reveal.

As well, with 64 teams qualifying, your information needs to be passed along in a timely fashion, not one week after we send you a request.

Please honour our requests because the players and their families deserve the recognition we are able to give them within this special provincial forum.

Remember, 3:30 p.m. this Sunday at

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