LANGLEY — Vancouver’s Sir Charles Tupper Tigers and the Burnaby South Rebels have both enjoyed the kinds of seasons befitting their status as chief combatants in Tuesday’s Telus 2017 B.C. Junior Boys championship final.
LANGLEY — Hope springs eternal on the face of Jake Cowley.
LANGLEY —The Pinetree Timberwolves admit their lineage in the world of B.C. boys high school basketball is virtually non-existent.
LANGLEY — For over a decade, Gaurab Acharya has been living the Sir Charles Tupper Secondary basketball dream.
LANGLEY — The North Delta Huskies labeled their unexpected loss in the third round of the recently-completed Fraser Valley junior varsity championships as “well-timed.”
BURNABY — Momentum is such a fragile intangible that once you’ve got it, you’ll do anything to keep it.
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.