What a memory! Lord Tweedsmuir's Arjun Samra is carried around the court at the Langley Events Centre just prior to being named the 2019 B.C. Quad A tournament MVP. We're looking for some of your fondest as March Madness inches closer. (Photo by Wilson Wong 2019. All Rights Reserved)
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March Madness comes to the LEC! Attn: Past players, coaches and media members, too… share your favourite B.C. boys or girls tourney memories with us via video!

Hey Varsity Letters’ readers, here’s a note from all of the dedicated people working behind the scenes at the Langley Events Centre who are determined to make March Madness as special as it deserves to be following last season’s cancelled 2020-21 provincial basketball championship tournaments:

LANGLEY — With the Junior Basketball Provincial Invitational Tournaments and the B.C. School Sports Basketball Provincial Championships upcoming, we are inviting past players, coaches and media members to share their favourite memories from over the years.

The content will be assembled into video clips which will air during the games on TFSETV through the tournament dates (February 26 to March 1, March 2 to 5, and March 9 to 12).

We are asking anyone willing to share to please record a 60-second clip (please make sure the camera is horizontal) of a memory they hold from whichever tournament they competed in. The video can then be sent to gary.ahuja@tfse.ca in the highest video quality possible.

For anyone unable to record themselves, please feel free to reach out and alternate arrangements can be made.

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