Isaiah Akurienne of Heritage Christian launches a close-range shot over Golden’s Till Beumer. (Photo by Dan Kinvig property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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1A FINAL: Live reports from opening day of the B.C. senior boys Single-A basketball championships

BY DAN KINVIG(Special to Varsity Letters)We’re up-to-date on the busiest post-season day in B.C. boys high school basketball. Here’s reports from all eight of today’s games.GLENLYON NORFOLK 77 NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN 68Chris Graham of the Glenlyon Norfolk Gryphons served notice he’s going to be a major problem for opponents throughout this B.C. Single A championship, pouring […]

Britannia's Marlon Edgar Apps (left) tries to bury a jumper versus Langley Christian in opening round AA boys championship play Wednesday. (Photo -- Dan Kinvig property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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2A FINAL: Live reports from opening day of the B.C. senior boys AA basketball championships

We’re up-to-date on the busiest post-season day in B.C. boys high school basketball. Here’s reports from all eight of today’s games.

Mark Isfeld's Riley Fussell (left) finds the going tough against Pitt Meadows' Giovanni Manu during opening round action Wednesday at the LEC. (Howard Tsumura photo property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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3A FINAL: Live reports from opening day of the B.C. senior boys AAA basketball championships

We’re up-to-date on the busiest post-season day in B.C. boys high school basketball. Here’s reports from all eight of today’s games.NORTH DELTA 67 G.P. VANIER 42LANGLEY — Play the 8:15 p.m. finale here at the 2018 B.C. senior boys basketball championships and you are aware of all the day’s the upsets.And when the North Delta […]

Marcus Srother (right) of Rutland is a blue-chip player off the dribble, but Dominic Calderon and the rest of the Semiahmoo Totems played shutdown defence Wednesday to open the BC 4A championships at the LEC. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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4A FINAL: Live reports from opening day of the B.C. senior boys AAAA basketball championships

We’re up-to-date on the busiest post-season day in B.C. boys high school basketball. Here’s reports from all eight of today’s games.OAK BAY 89 MT. BAKER 36LANGLEY — The No. 1-ranked Oak Bay Bays opened on a 29-0 run and cruised to an 89-36 win over Cranbrook’s Mt. Baker Wild.Cam Henderson with 14 points, Diego Maffia […]

Vancouver College's Jack Cruz-Dumont and the rest of the Irish seemed to be in a shooter's zone during their 20-minutes on the LEC's Arena Bowl floor Tuesday afternoon. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Vancouver College: Faith in its march towards March has Mainland champ Fighting Irish trusting their process

LANGLEY — You have, of course, heard all about the phrase ‘trust the process’. In sport, it translates to an utter belief that at the right time, all of the discipline and work expended over the course of the season will manifest itself in a team playing to height of its powers at just the right […]

Tamanawis' Migeul Tomley tests out the sight lines in the spacious LEC Arena Bowl during its 20-minute team shoot around Tuesday. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Tamanawis Wildcats: In the midst of a post-season filled with unpredictability, the key is rolling with the punches

LANGLEY — Going to overtime against W.J. Mouat and winning the Fraser Valley Quad A title in front of a sell-out crowd two Sundays ago at the Langley Events Centre sent Surrey’s No. 2-ranked Tamanawis Wildcats into the lengthy AAAA break with some serious momentum.

Lord Tweedsmuir coaches Drew Gallacher (left) and Bill Ruby watch as they out their Panthers through the paces during a 20-minute shoot around Tuesday at the LEC. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers: Late swoon in FV Final Four casts Cloverdale crew in ‘back-to-basics’ boot camp for B.C. tourney

LANGLEY — The usual week-plus between the finish of zone tournaments and the B.C. championships is spent in different ways by all teams, yet in the end, it’s all about coaches and players gaining energy from each other by reinforcing what it was that got them to a spot amongst the province’s final 16.In Cloverdale, […]

Semiahmoo head coach Ed Lefurgy watches his team in Arena Bowl shoot-around practice Tuesday at the Langley Events Centre. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of VarsityLetters.ca)
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Semiahmoo Totems: Program’s growing legacy at B.C. Quad A tourney takes the guesswork out of prep

LANGLEY — It’s run of success as it translates to B.C. Quad A tournament berths is still relatively fresh, yet getting to the Big Dance for the third time in four years is enough that Surrey’s Semiahmoo Totems know how to leave nothing to chance.

Senior guard Mohab Mundadi of Vancouver's King George Dragons is a slice of old-school basketball re-born in the West End. (Photo-King George Secondary athletics)
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King George’s Mohab Mundadi: Our 2018 ‘Best Player You’ve Never Heard Of’ takes pride in ‘stealing’ the passion of old-school hoops

LANGLEY — Imagine if the process of individual skill development started with a blank canvas, and instead of standing at the front of the easel, you grabbed your brush and palette and headed to the back of it.