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On the road to BC girls Sweet 16 tip-off: First, it’s five Tuesday sudden-elimination games, then Wednesday’s 7 p.m. bracket reveal show on!

LANGLEY — It’s been an incredible regular season in the B.C. senior girls high school ranks, and all of that had led to two more days of final prep ahead of the Big Dance.

So, before the B.C. junior, and senior 2A, 3A and 4A championships tip off a four-day run at the Langley Event Centre on March 1, we bring you a little calendar for Tuesday’s five sudden-elimination qualifiers, and Wednesday’s three Sweet 16 senior bracket reveals.

We’ll start with the Wednesday first.

You can join both myself and host Chris Kennedy, as per usual, as we unveil — in order — the Double-A, Triple-A and Quad-A 16-team B.C. brackets, set to air at 7 p.m.

That stream can be accesed via

But before that can happen, there are still five more berths between Triple-A and Double-A, all of which are scheduled to be contested on Tuesday.

Those games:


TRIPLE-A (back-door qualifiers)

3:30 p.m. — John Oliver vs. Pitt Meadows (at PoCo-Riverside)

4 p.m. — Brookswood vs. Mark Isfeld (at Nanaimo-Wellington)

QUAD-A (back-door qualifiers)

(All games at PoCo-Riverside)

5 p.m. — Dr. Charles Best vs. Handsworth

6:30 p.m. — R.E. Mountain vs. Panorama Ridge

QUAD-A (Vancouver Island zone challenge)

5 p.m. — Belmont vs. Reynolds (at Reynolds)

(All winners advance to B.C. championships March 1-4, Langley Events Centre)

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