Handsworth's Tate Christiansen has his North Vancouver-based Royals in the thick of the B.C. Quad-A boys Top 10. (Photo by Blair Shier property of Blair.photo 2022. All Rights Reserved)
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B.C. boys high school basketball rankings 01.25.22 edition: Semiahmoo, North Delta, G.W. Graham are Top 10 teams on the rise!

LANGLEY — Parity at the province’s two highest tiers is helping to bring a fever pitch to the B.C. senior boys basketball Quad-A and Triple-A festivities this week.

Surrey’s Semiahmoo Totems, enjoyed a second straight signature week at Quad-A, while, the North Delta Huskies, along with Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham Grizzlies at Triple-A, each made substantial leaps into the Top 10.

Here’s a look at all four tiers:


(For games played Jan. 18-24)


1 Burnaby South Rebels (17-0) (FN) (LW-1)

Last week — Def. Burnaby North 108-41. Def. Terry Fox 67-33. Def. Oak Bay 89-64.

Next — Jan 25 vs. Walnut Grove. Jan. 27 at Byrne Creek.

2 St. George’s Saints (Vancouver) (13-4) (VSS) (3)

Last week — Do not play.

Next — Jan. 25 at Vancouver College, Jan. 28 at Oak Bay. Jan. 29 at Cowichan.

3 Vancouver College Fighting Irish (11-3) (VSS) (2)

Last week — Lost to Handsworth 90-80. Def. Sir Winston Churchill 100-78.

Next — Jan. 27 at Walnut Grove. Jan. 29 vs. Dover Bay.

4 Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs (Vancouver) (8-3) (VSS) (4)

Last week — Def. Kitsilano 86-64. Lost 100-78 to Vancouver College.

Next — Jan. 26 vs. David Thompson. Jan. 27 vs. Kelowna. Jan. 31 at A.R. MacNeill.

5-tie Handsworth Royals (North Vancouver) (6-1) (VSS) (6)

Last week —Def. Vancouver College 90-80. Lost 90-73 to Semiahmoo.

Next — Jan. 26 at West Vancouver. Jan. 28 vs. Centennial. Jan. 31 at Collingwood.

5-tie Abbotsford Panthers (7-1) (EV) (5)

Last week — Def. Mission 83-21.

Next — Jan. 25  vs. Chilliwack. Jan. 27 vs. Yale. Jan. 28 vs. W.J. Mouat.

7 Semiahmoo Totems (Surrey) (9-3) (SF) (10)

Last week — Def. Handsworth 90-73.

Next —Jan. 28 vs. Tamanawis. Jan. 29 at Terry Fox.

8 Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey) (15-5) (SF) (7)

Last week — Def. Enver Creek 79-65. Def. Queen Elizabeth 76-53.

Next — Jan. 27 vs. W.J. Mouat.Jan. 28 vs. Walnut Grove.

9 Kelowna Owls (2-3) (OK) (8)

Last week — Def. Rutland 84-60. Def. Okanagan Mission 100-60.

Next — Jan. 25 vs. Penticton. Jan. 26 vs. Norkam.

10 Enver Creek Cougars (Surrey) (9-0) (SF) (9)

Last week — Lost 79-65 to Fleetwood Park. Def. Johnston Heights 88-25. Def. South Delta 53-45. Def. Centennial 64-61.

Next — Jan. 25 at Lord Tweedsmuir. Jan. 31 at Kwantlen Park.

Honourable mention

Oak Bay Bays (Victoria) (7-7) (VI) (HM)

Last week — Lost 89-64 to Burnaby South.

Next — Jan. 24 vs. Belmont, Jan. 27 at Claremont, Jan. 28-29 vs. St. George’s.

Claremont Spartans (Victoria) (6-4) (VI) (HM)

Last week — Lost 83-80 to Brentwood College. Def. Belmont 97-63.

Next — Jan. 27 vs. Oak Bay.

Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (8-5) (FN) (HM)

Last week — Def. Dr. Charles Best 96-48. Def. Holy Cross 77-64. Lost 64-61 to Enver Creek.

Next —Jan. 25 at Heritage Woods. Jan. 27 vs. Gleneagle.

Walnut Grove Gators (Langley) (7-8) (EV) (HM)

Last week —  Did not play.

Next — Jan. 25 at Burnaby South, Jan. 27 vs. Vancouver College.

Holy Cross Crusaders (Surrey) (6-4) (SF) (HM)

Last week — Def. Kwantlen Park 80-70. Lost to Centennial 77-64. Def. Notre Dame 98-48. Def. Queen Elizabeth 81-77.

(Howard Tsumura, VarsityLetters.ca)


1 St. Patrick’s Celtics (Vancouver) (VSS) (LW-1)

2 Elgin Park Orcas (Surrey) (SF) (2)

3 Duchess Park Condors (Prince George) (NC) (3)

4 A.R. MacNeill Ravens (Richmond (VSS) (4)

5 Byrne Creek Bulldogs (Burnaby) (FB) (5)

6 Mark Isfeld Ice (Courtenay) (VI) (8)

7 North Delta Huskies (SF) (HM)

8 G.W. Graham Grizzlies (Chilliwack) (EV) (HM)

9 Steveston-London Sharks (Richmond) (SF) (NR)

10-tie Okanagan Mission Huskies (Kelowna) (TOK) (10)

10-tie Sir Charles Tupper Tigers (Vancouver) (VSS) (6)

Honourable mention — Carson Graham Eagles (North Vancouver) (VSS) (NR), St. Thomas More Knights (Burnaby) (FN) (7), Princess Margaret Lions (Surrey) (SF) (9), Gladstone Gladiators (Vancouver) (VSS) (HM), MEI Eagles (Abbotsford) (EV) (HM)



1 Brentwood College (Mill Bay) (VI) (LW-1)

2 Lambrick Park Lions (Victoria) (VI) (2)

3 King George Dragons (Vancouver) (VSS) (3)

4 Collingwood Cavaliers (West Vancouver) (VSS) (4)

5 Pacific Academy Breakers (Surrey) (SF) (5)

6 Mulgrave Titans (West Vancouver) (VSS) (6)

7 Westsyde Whundas (Kamloops) (TOK) (7)

8 Charles Hays Rainmakers (Prince Rupert) (NW) (8)

9 St. Thomas Aquinas Fighting Saints (North Vancouver) (VSS) (9)

10-tie Southridge Storm (Surrey) (SF) (HM)

10-tie Windsor Dukes (North Vancouver) (VSS) (10-tie)

Honourable mention —Hugh Boyd Trojans (Richmond) (SF) (HM), Langley Christian Lightning (EV) (10-tie), Pacific Christian Pacers (Victoria) (VI) (HM),, Summerland Rockets (TOK) (HM), West Point Grey Academy Wolves (Vancouver) (VSS) (HM)

(Lyle Dhur, SportVictoria.com)


1 Fernie Falcons (KO) (LW-1)

2 Glenlyon Norfolk Gryphons (Victoria) (VI) (2)

3 Unity Christian Flames (Chilliwack (EV) (3)

4 Cedars Christian Eagles (Prince George) (NC) (9)

5 Aberdeen Hall Gryphons (Kelowna) (TOK) (4)

6 Meadowridge Gryphons (Maple Ridge (FN) (5)

7 Barriere Cougars (TOK) (6)

8 Nanaimo Christian Trail Blazers (VI) (10)

9 King David Lions (Vancouver) (VSS) (7)

10 Bulkley Valley Christian Royals (Smithers) (NW) (HM)
Honourable mention — Gudangaay Tiaat’sgaa Naay Thunder (Masset) (NW) (8), Credo Christian Kodiaks (Langley) (EV) (NR), Dasmesh Punjabi Falcons (Abbotsford) (EV) (HM), Northside Christian Northstars (Vanderhoof) (NC) (HM), Kelowna Christian Knights (TOK) (HM)


(Records, ranking reflect games played Jan. 18-24. Records indicate games against B.C. competition only)


Eastern Valley — EV

South Fraser — SF

Kootenays — KOO

North Central — NC

North West — NW

South Fraser — SF

Thompson-Okanagan — TOK

Vancouver Island — VI

Vancouver Sea To Sky — VSS

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