Riverside co-coach Jeremy Neufeld (left) does some sideline scheming with Rapids' gritty forward Rae Roycroft during the Fraser North Quad-A title game on Sunday at Simon Fraser University. (Photo by Howard Tsumura property of Varsity Letters 2024. All Rights Reserved)
Feature High School Girls Basketball

The 74th annual BC Girls Basketball Championships: Here’s your road map to all four tiers as Riverside, Brookswood, Mulgrave and Pacific Christian hunt provincial titles as No. 1 seeds!

LANGLEY — Defending B.C. champion Riverside of Port Coquitlam, fresh off its Fraser North championship victory over Burnaby South on Sunday, has been installed as the favourites to repeat at Quad-A as draw were released Wednesday for the 74th annual B.C. senior girls basketball championships, set to open a four-day run Feb. 28-March 2 at the Langley Events Centre.

At Triple-A, Langley’s Brookswood Bobcats will open the Triple-A tier as the No. 1 seed, looking to add a provincial senior varsity title after taking all the spoils at the junior level last March.

At Double-A, it’s defending B.C. champion Mulgrave Titans of West Vancouver looking for the repeat title as the No. 1 seed.

And at Single-A, Victoria’s Pacific Christian Pacers are the No. 1 seed. Last March, playing as a Double-A school, the Pacers fell victim to Mulgrave in the B.C. title game.

It’s also a return to the LEC from a December visit for large number of  teams in B.C.’s three largest tiers.

In total, 26 of the Tsumura Basketball Invitational’s 32 invitees have built on their early experience at the home of B.C. high school basketball and have engineered return trips next week.

Here’s a look at all four tiers:







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