ABBOTSFORD — It was on one of those recent snow days in the eastern part of the Fraser Valley when a father and his son, both shut-ins for the day, settled together on the couch and watched a basketball game played over a quarter-century ago.
TSAWWASSEN — Spend any amount of time playing the timeless board game known as Scrabble, and it doesn’t take long to realize that the blank chips are the best ones in the box because they can represent any letter in the alphabet.
VANCOUVER — Darko Kulic went to bed Thursday night knowing that he wasn’t going to need a rousing pre-game speech in the minutes before his King George Dragons took to the court for the Vancouver City 2A-3A championship final on Friday.
VANCOUVER — They have faced each other since the current seniors were eighth graders, so it was no surprise that the Kitsilano Blue Demons and Killarney Cougars
SURREY — One of the most talented players to grace the B.C. high school hardcourts since Steve Nash departed in 1992 is back in his hometown.
VANCOUVER — Lloyd Scrubb had a very good feeling about his team’s ultimate identity in the early part of the season, but now, as the post-season beckons
VANCOUVER — Super fun night at St. George’s to call the action for SportsCanada.TV’s production of St. George’s vs. Vancouver College.
Here’s are the B.C. boys and girls high school basketball rankings for this week:VARSITYLETTERS.CABIG 10 BASKETBALL RANKINGSSENIOR BOYSQUAD A (records, ranking reflect games played through Feb. 7. Records indicate games against B.C. competition only)1. Walnut Grove Gators (Langley) (22-1) (LW-1)Last week — Won all three games to finish at Kelowna-Western Canada Invitational. Def. Campbell Collegiate […]
SURREY — Watch the B.C. senior boys high school basketball championships each year, and in the sudden-elimination environment that defines the sport’s best March Madness qualities, the efforts of each team’s so-called ‘glue players’ is always magnified.They are the ones who can chip in with offence but are more often than not entrusted with less […]
RICHMOND — It’s hard to come out of nowhere, expecially when you’re 6-foot-10 and still growing