GW Graham's Jaya Bannerman will be one of a number of Fraser Valley North stars closing out their high school careers in Friday's Bigger Than Basketball girls and boys all-star games at Robert Bateman Secondary. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of
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FULL ROSTERS: Mission, Abby, Chilliwack all-stars gather Friday for girls and boys ‘Bigger Than Basketball’ all-star fund-raiser

ABBOTSFORD — The best high school basketball seniors from Mission, Abbotsford and Chilliwack will ascend on Abby’s Robert Bateman Secondary this Friday for the MAC ‘Bigger Than Basketball’ all-star games.

The girls will tip off at 6:30 p.m. followed by the boys at 8 p.m. A skills camp kicks the festivities off and runs from 3:45 p.m. until the opening tip of the girls game.

The proceeds from the games will be donated to the Canadian Mental Health Association. For more information, log on to

Here’s a look at the rosters for the two games:



Sapna Deo (Yale)

Chelsea Paivarinta (Yale)

Jaya Bannerman (G.W. Graham)

Sophie Klassen (Sardis)

Josi Debruyn (Sardis)

Madeline Beerwald (W.J. Mouat)

Julia Sprott (G.W. Graham)

Tianna Chan (Rick Hansen)


Annika Bojcuk-Dhaliwal (MEI)

Madison Draayers (Yale)

Sarah Thiessen (Yale)

Sydney Fraess (G.W. Graham)

Sydney Fetterly (Abbotsford)

Kayla Wilford (Robert Bateman)

Sienna Lenz (Abbotsford)

Nicola Peters (MEI)



James Kehler (Abbotsford Christian)

Princedeep Sekhon (Dasmesh)

Bradley Braich (Yale)

Reis Sekhon (W.J. Mouat)

Baban Gill ((Robert Bateman)

Dhivaan Bhogal (W.J. Mouat)

Eli Young (Mission)

Ethan Bartha (G.W. Graham)

Chris Khotawanich (MEI)


Dilpreet Gill (Dasmesh)

James Klassen (MEI)

Darius Yakmission (Robert Bateman)

Shawn Mann (Mission)

Josh Mercado (Chilliwack)

Gautam Dhaliwal (Rick Hansen)

Grason Weston (G.W. Graham)

Harvir Garcha (W.J. Mouat)

Simran Gir (Abbotsford)

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