LANGLEY — The last time they met on a court at the Langley Events Centre, way back on Dec. 7 of this season in the semifinals of the Tsumura Basketball Invitational, the Holy Cross Crusaders took one on the chin from the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers to the tune of 96-71.
LANGLEY — They have held B.C.’s No. 1 ranking at its highest tier for three straight weeks and counting, and now that they are B.C. tournament bound, no one is easing up on the throttle where the Terry Fox Ravens (26-4) are concerned.
LANGLEY — Fresh off its Fraser Valley title game win, and carrying a 31-game win streak to boot, PoCo’s Terry Fox Ravens were installed as the No. 1 seed in the 32-team B.C. junior girls bracket released Thursday evening.
LANGLEY — From Ty Rowell to James Woods to Jarrett Jacobs. Game-changing guards with a thirst for the provincial tournament don’t grow on trees, but in a place called Walnut Grove, they remain the face of one of the province’s most durable Sweet 16 B.C. tourney qualifiers.
LANGLEY — Down and perhaps counted out by many over the course of a long, tough Fraser Valley winter, Coquitlam’s Centennial Centaurs are headed to the Big Dance for the first time in a decade.
Here’s a look at both the B.C. senior girls Triple A and Double A championship draw released Wednesday.
LANGLEY — Undefeated powerhouse and No. 1-ranked Burnaby South Rebels will take the No. 1 seed into the 50th annual B.C. junior varsity basketball championships set to open a four-day run Saturday at the Langley Events Centre.No. 2 Vancouver College, No. 3 Yale of Abbotsford and No. 4 St. Patrick’s of Vancouver comprise, on the […]
PORT COQUITLAM — If you went by the manner in which the No. 1-ranked Terry Fox Ravens junior girls basketball team has arrived this season to stake their place in the B.C. high school hoops community, what with that perfect 31-0 record, you’d be excused for looking at them like a group of youthful super-heroines […]
LANGLEY —The start of zone tournaments raises the stakes all over B.C. senior boys high school basketball. Here’s our look at all four tiers of B.C. senior boys high school basketball rankings:
BURNABY — The Simon Fraser Clan will become part of a new NCAA Div. 2 football alliance for the 2020 season.