LANGLEY — The B.C. high school girls basketball scene in 2019-20 has a fresh, new look as powerhouse programs re-load and newer, less-established programs filled with rising young talent begin to find their stride.That’s what we’re confident you’re going to see later next month at the senior girls 20-team, 2019 Tsumura Basketball Invitational, set to run […]
LANGLEY — B.C.’s graduating class of girls high school stars will deliver their talent all over the continent this fall, touching all three NCAA divisions, as well as U Sports, CCAA, NAIA and NJCAA institutions. Here’s your guide to who’s going where. If we’ve missed someone, let us know at email@example.com and we’ll make the additions. And […]
NORTH VANCOUVER — Capilano University’s Centre for Sport and Wellness will host on Wednesday what is surely the final event on the 2018-19 B.C. high school basketball calendar. The occasion?
ABBOTSFORD — In its most figurative sense, basketball has grudgingly given in. For years, it had watched the unrelenting will to learn from the walk-on who refused to walk away, deciding finally that she had earned the right to be its friend and confidant.
LANGLEY — We opened our week by presenting the 20 teams taking part in the eighth-annual boys Tsumura Basketball Invitational. Today, here’s our look at the field for the 20-team girls tournament, set to run Dec. 11-14:TBI 2019GIRLSARGYLE PIPERS — Plenty of height with a trio of six-foot-plus players in Gabby Francis, Ella Mellinghaus and Julia […]
PORT COQUITLAM — If you have annually judged our best players by the number of appearances they make in the provincial championship tournament over the course of their high school careers, you’d have missed her.
NORTH VANCOUVER — Jessica Clarke has cemented her position as one of the rising young stars of Canadian women’s basketball.
PORT COQUITLAM — The Fraser Valley is as talented as ever, yet the Lower Mainland has its share of standouts as well.
BURNABY — Basketball has continued to evolve into more and more of a position-less sport, one in which the standard line between guards and forwards has increasingly blurred and ultimately lost much of its relevance when weighed against the virtues of the dynamic hybrid athlete.
PORT COQUITLAM — If you’re a bit of a misty-eyed girls high school basketball fan, it’s understandable. As zone realignment around the province kicks in next season, Thursday’s annual Fraser Valley vs. Lower Mainland senior girls high school all-star basketball game marks a sad farewell.