Fraser Heights' Yashica Parmar (right) and the rest of the Firehawks topped Coquitlam's Dr. Charles Best earlier this month to claim a dramatic Fraser Valley junior girls soccer title. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of
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A school to watch in 2018-19? Girls soccer, basketball on a rapid rise at Surrey’s Fraser Heights Secondary

SURREY — As the calendar prepares to hit June, and the time comes to look back on another season in B.C. high school sports, it’s the broad prism view which can reveal so much of what to expect when we gather to do it all again come September.

Fraser Heights head coach Wayne Best has had plenty of reason to celebrate with his Firehawks who have advanced to the B.C. junior girls Final Four on Friday at the LEC. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters)
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A new high for Fraser Heights: Surrey’s underdog Firehawks burning brightly at B.C. junior championships

By ALY LAUBE(Special to — Like many teams at the B.C. Junior Girls Basketball Championships, Surrey’s No. 15 seed Fraser Heights Firehawks—who won a quarterfinal game against the No. 7 Penticton Lakers 55-43 on Thursday at the Langley Events Centre—call themselves a family. But for three of the players and two of the coaches, that […]