SURREY — It’s time to put the finishing touch on the 2018-19 B.C. boys basketball season. Semiahmoo Secondary is the site for B.C. High School Boys Basketball Association’s All-Star Saturday.
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Secondary Schools Athletic Association will be stage its April classic at Sir Charles Tupper Secondary for a 12th straight season on Friday.
LANGLEY — Few high school all-star basketball games in North America can claim a history as rich as this Saturday’s 32nd annual edition of the Vancouver Island Senior Classic, a three-game celebration of the Island’s best boys and girls’ graduating seniors.For example, back in the 1992 boys game, when the South beat the North 100-85, […]
LANGLEY — As cut-and-dried as popular opinion always seem to be at this time of the year, 11 months before that feeling of March Madness once again begins to infiltrate the ranks of B.C. senior boys Quad-A basketball, it’s always been a derby.
LANGLEY — If the Vernon Panthers ever find themselves in need of some offseason reaffirmation that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, they might want to talk to guys like Jadon Cohee, Brad Hoffman and Paul Getz.
LANGLEY — By the time Vancouver’s King George Dragons take to the court in the late fall to begin their 2019-20 senior boys basketball campaign, they will be as senior-laden as they’ve ever been.
LANGLEY — Just call him the Rolls Royce of mid-season roster additions…at any level of college basketball.
LANGLEY — It arrived as intended, as a stern message from the heavens to go quietly into the night, to abandon what now appeared to be a futile quest to win their school’s first-ever B.C. senior boys basketball championship.
LANGLEY — All around him, in the frenzied aftermath of victory, as the delirious North Delta fans stormed the Langley Events Centre Court, the old ball coach was standing off to the side, soaking in a feeling he hadn’t experienced in very nearly three decades.
By Gary Kingston, Special for Varsity LettersNo. 1 CHARLES HAYS 78 No. 7 GEORGE ELLIOT 51LANGLEY — Battled-tested by playing against men over the summer and Quad A teams this winter, the composed, tough-as-nails Charles Hays Rainmakers completed a demolition of B.C.’s Double A boys basketball ranks Saturday by claiming the school’s third provincial title.Dominating […]