To say the Vancouver Island ‘Senior Classic’ boys and girls high school basketball all-star games is a tradition laden affair is an understatement.
LANGLEY — It might be the collection of teams with the best geographic representation in the province when it comes to top 10 teams.The race for the B.C. senior girls AA title in 2019 has a favourite in the defending champions from the Okanagan zone, yet they have some very stiff competition right behind them […]
LANGLEY — Alex Walker thought her basketball career was over earlier this month after she helped lead North Vancouver’s Carson Graham Eagles to a berth at the B.C. senior girls AAA championships at the Langley Events Centre. But then she got the call to lace up her sneakers one more time.
BURNABY — The B.C. high school Lower Mainland vs. Fraser Valley all-star basketball games will be played Tuesday evening at Burnaby’s St. Thomas More Collegiate.
LANGLEY — My B.C. high school basketball ranking colleagues at the 1A, 2A and 3A tiers certainly hit their mark past season.
LANGLEY — Five of the eight quarterfinalists from the recent B.C. boys senior boys AAA championships are back as part of the Pre-Preseason rankings. All of that adds up to growing rivalries and the continued competitive excellence within the province’s newest tier.
LANGLEY — Since moving to its new home at the Langley Events Centre in time for March Madness 2014, the B.C. senior boys AA championships have been won just once by a public school. That was back in that first year when Victoria’s Lambrick Park Lions took the title.
LANGLEY — If the coming together of all four of B.C.’s senior boys varsity basketball tiers for one weekend of championship play at the Langley Events Centre has shown us anything, it’s the breadth of talent that exists across our entire province.
We’ve just finished the 2017-18 season, but we here at Varsity Letters are already looking ahead to next season.
LANGLEY — B.C. High Schools Boys Basketball Association president Paul Eberhardt came across some pretty interesting paperwork last Friday night as he prepared for the next morning’s annual general meeting at the Langley Events Centre.