LANGLEY —Karan Aujla’s only in the ninth grade, so you have to excuse him for being a little wide-eyed in the face of a reporter’s questions.
LANGLEY — There’s a memorable line from the classic high school basketball movie Hoosiers that seemed especially apropos Monday night as a classic of playoff game unfolded at the Langley Events Centre.
LANGLEY — How many great guards on the floor is too many? That’s a silly question because the more the merrier, and for fans of uptempo basketball that is going to be the case Monday in one of two semifinals here at the 2019 B.C. junior boys basketball championships.
Who’s on a higher high? That’s the question the No. 2-seeded Vancouver College Fighting Irish and Richmond’s No. 6-seeded R.A. McMath Wildcats have to be asking of each other heading into Monday’s 8 p.m. B.C. junior boys basketball championship semifinal clash here at the Langley Events Centre.
LANGLEY — Trixie Cruz was willing to play a hunch, and on Saturday at the Langley Events Centre, it proved to be the difference for the Vancouver College Fighting Irish.
VANCOUVER — At a school were football, basketball and rowing are king, and where soccer came out of nowhere this past November to claim its first-ever top-tiered B.C. title, you’d think the student body was already pretty much picked over for athletes.
VANCOUVER — Looking for answers as to just what kind of a cannon the Kitsilano Blue Demons have been shot out of lately?
VANCOUVER — The most important home game of their season almost became too big a moment for the St. George’s Saints on Wednesday night.
Toni Maric may have been in a fourth-quarter pickle, but on Tuesday, it just seemed to be a case of more pressure the better for Vancouver College’s senior big man.
PORT COQUITLAM — Welcome to our live reports from the final day of the 30th annual Terry Fox Legal Beagle Invitational.