That's how good third place in Quad-A feels for the Okanagan-Mission Huskies. The Kelowna-based team will be back on the court vying for No. 1 in the 2024-25 season ranked No. 6 in B.C.'s largest tier. (Photo by Mark Steffens property of Vancouver Sports Pictures 2024. All Rights Reserved)
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It’s way-too-early Top 10 time! B.C. senior girls’ pre-preason basketball rankings for 2024-25 are here!

LANGLEY — With the 2023-24 B.C. senior girls basketball season now recently in the rearview mirror, it’s time for our first look at the road ahead.That can mean just one thing: The pre-prepreseason Top 10’s at all four tiers!Let this be all the reasons you keep our great game at the forefront of your thoughts […]

Tavia Rowell did her best to break the pressure of the Riverside Rapids on Friday night and help lead the Walnut Grove Gators into the Top 10 Shoot-Out championship final on Saturday at Coquitlam's Centennial Secondary. (File photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2019. All Rights Reserved)
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Top 10 Shoot-Out 2019 Final Four Friday: Tavia, WGSS Gators find a way to edge PoCo’s Riverside Rapids

Here’s our report from the first of two semifinal games at the 2019 Centennial Top 10 Shoot-Out senior girls basketball tournament:

Abbotsford Panthers' senior guard Sienna Lenz has given her verbal commitment to play for the SFU Clan in 2018-19. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Sienna Lenz: Abby’s tough-as-nails senior guard set to join SFU Clan in 2018

NCAA signing day is set for Nov. 8, and sources tell Varsity Letters that the Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team has added yet another marquee name to it list of 2018 recruits. 

Things got physical between Langley Christian's Katelynn Mallette (right) and Deanne Tuchscherer during Fraser Valley Double-A championship final played Saturday at Southridge in Surrey. (VarsityLetters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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LCS Lightning: Dani’s girls top Grizz, head to BC’s as Fraser Valley No. 1

SURREY — Danielle Gardner admitted her basketball team was taking a leap of faith in the offseason when the decision was made to move up from the Single-A tier it had dominated.