Kelowna's Jaeli Ibbetson (centre) and Kennedy Dickie (left) move to the front of the Owls' leadership group following the graduation of Taya Hanson. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of 2018. All Rights Reserved)

Encore, encore 2019: With Kennedy and Jaeli ready to run, Kelowna Owls set to begin defence of 2018’s B.C. title triumph

If Kennedy Dickie and Jaeli Ibbetson are to lead their Kelowna Owls in a quest to repeat as B.C. senior girls AAA basketball champions, then that run to the title is going to have a lot to do with how much the talented senior forwards are actually willing to run.

Kelowna's Jaeli Ibbetson (centre) casts a smile has her teammates Kennedy Dickie (left) and Taya Hanson celebrate a Final Four win over Semiahmoo on LEC Centre Court Friday afternoon. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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Jaeli gives these Owls a ‘Power of Three’, Ibbetson joins Hanson, Dickie as trio powers Kelowna into B.C. AAA final

LANGLEY — The power of three looks to be one of the most important themes for whichever team emerges victorious Saturday night to win the 2018 B.C. senior girls AAA basketball championship.

Oak Bay's Georgia Alexander, headed to NCAA Dartmouth, has been honoured by the BCSSGBA as one of B.C.'s Top 15 high school basketball players. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of
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From Alexander to Wisotzki: We honour B.C.’s Top 15 girls high school basketball players; along with our POY it’s a super Sweet 16!

LANGLEY — Welcome to the Sweet 16. As has become a traditional way to welcome March Madness, the B.C. Secondary Schools Girls Basketball Association, in conjunction with presents its annual Player of the Year and B.C. Top 15 Girls Dream Team.