Langley Christian's Hailey Van Roekel (left) is headed to a CCAA career at Douglas, but before then, she caps her high school career in all-star fashion Thursday in Port Coquitlam. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2018. All Rights Reserved)
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Fraser Valley vs. Lower Mainland: Full rosters for Thursday’s senior girls swan song all-star game at PoCo-Riverside

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.

The game, of course, will re-surface with a new title next season, yet generations of young women have spent high school careers playing in the province’s two largest zones.

Port Coquitlam’s Riverside Secondary will play host to both a senior game (8 p.m.) for Grade 12s only, as well as to a Future’s Game (6 p.m.).

Here’s a link to a feature story on one of the participants in Thursday’s seniors game, SFU recruit Jessica Wisotzki of Walnut Grove.

We’ll look at the rosters for the Futures Games tomorrow.

Here’s the rosters for the senior game, with high school and post-secondary destinations the latter where applicable through information provided by the B.C. Secondary Schools Basketball Association.

Argyle’s Camie Ward (left) and Riverside’s Jessica Parker oppose each other in Thursday’s Fraser Valley vs. Lower Mainland senior girls high school all-star game. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2019. All Rights Reserved)


Ayden Kristmanson (Whistler, Ryerson (U Sports))

Yvona Acimovic (Vancouver-Lord Byng)

Calli McCabe (Vancouver-Little Flower Academy)

Camie Ward (North Vancouver-Argyle, Capilano (CCAA))

Chelsea Bradshaw (North Vancouver-Seycove)

Jalynne Huynh (Burnaby Central)

Janel Tantengco (Vancouver-Killarney)

Jasleen Bahia (Vancouver-Britannia)

Jayna Wilson (Richmond-McMath, Langara (CCAA))

Jill Bowering (North Vancouver-Seycove)

Julia Strigl (North Vancouver-Handsworth, Alberta (U Sports))

Kara Moscovitz (Richmond-Hugh Boyd)

Olivia Thorpe (North Vancouver-St. Thomas Aquinas)

Pietra Kamstra (Whistler)

Argyle coaching staff

Centennial’s Grace Killins (16), a Simon Fraser recruit, caps her high school career in the final edition of the Fraser Valley vs. Lower Mainland all-star game. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2019. All Rights Reserved)


Jessica Parker (PoCo-Riverside, Fraser Valley (U Sports))

Jessica Wisotzki (Langley-Walnut Grove, Simon Fraser (NCAA))

Tavia Rowell (Langley-Walnut Grove, Grand Canyon (NCAA))

Hailey Van Roekel (Langley Christian, Douglas College (CCAA))

Deanna Tuchscherer (Chilliwack-G.W. Graham, Fraser Valley (U Sports))

Talia Sereni (Surrey-Earl Marriott)

Grace Killins (Coquitlam-Centennial, Simon Fraser (NCAA))

Kyla Smith (Abbotsford-MEI)

Emily Instant (Port Moody-Heritage Woods, UBC Okanagan (U Sports))

Tana Pankratz (Abbotsford-Yale, Victoria (U Sports))

Nikki Cabuco (Coquitlam-Dr. Charles Best, Fraser Valley (U Sports))

Jenna Dick (Langley-Brookswood, Eastern Washington (NCAA))

Janessa Knapp (Langley-Brookswood, UBC Okanagan (U Sports))

Faith Dut (Surrey-Semiahmoo, Florida (NCAA))

Jayden Gill (Abbotsford-Robert Bateman, Trinity Western (U Sports))

Tessa Burton (Poco-Riverside, UBC Okanagan (U Sports))

Walnut Grove coaching staff

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