South Delta Sun Devils' head coach Sharon Butler shares a happy moment with her team Wednesday during Round 1 of the Tsumura Basketball Invitational at the Langley Events Centre. On Wednesday night, the latest B.C. Quad-A poll showed her Sun Devils moving from unranked to No. 10 at B.C.'s highest tier, the first time in well over a decade the Tsawwassen squad has sat in a provincial Top 10. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters 2021. All Rights Reserved)
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South Delta Sun Devils move into girls Quad-A rankings as B.C. No. 10, while Fox keeps No. 1 and Churchill surges to No. 4!

LANGLEY — The South Delta Sun Devils, unranked to open the B.C. senior girls Quad-A basketball season, were installed at No. 10 in the latest rankings released Wednesday evening.

Those rankings also show Vancouver’s Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs jumping up from No. 10 to No. 4, while the Abbotsford’s Yale Lions move into the Top 10 at No. 9 after opening the season with honourable mention status.

All three teams, plus a host of others, including No. 1 Terry Fox all take to the floor tomorrow for the Sweet 16 round at TBI 2021 at the Langley Events Centre.

Surrey’s Panorama Ridge Thunder climb in from unranked to honourable mention.



1 Terry Fox Ravens (Port Coquitlam) (FN) (LW-1)

2 Okanagan Mission Huskies (Kelowna) (OK) (2)

3 Walnut Grove Gators (Langley) (EV) (3)

4 Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs (Vancouver) (VSS) (10)

5 Kelowna Owls (OK) (5)

6 Riverside Rapids (Port Coquitlam) (FN) (4)

7 Fleetwood Park Dragons (Surrey) (SF) (7)

8 Seaquam Seahawks (North Delta) (SF) (9)

9 Yale Lions (Abbotsford) (EV) (HM)

10 South Delta Sun Devils (SF) (NR)

Honourable mention — Claremont Spartans (Victoria) (VI) (8), Abbotsford Panthers (EV) (6), G.W. Graham Grizzlies (Chilliwack) (EV) (HM), Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (SF) (NR)

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