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Sardis will play in the 61st annual Caprock high school tournament in the city of Lubbock.
The Chilliwack secondary school student was one of eight locals competing at the event in Abbotsford
Chilliwack secondary hosted the tourney, joined by Sardis, Highroad Academy and Unity Christian.
Brian Maloney’s recent roster moves indicate confidence that his young crew can be among league’s best
Tommy Lyons and Kyle Penney scored two goals apiece as the Chiefs won their third straight game.
Littler has helped the Wild become one of the flagship franchises in the junior A circuit.
Julius takes over for Peter Guarasci, who guided the CEBL team to a 4-16 record in their first year.
Lakresha and Jalen Edwards are both hoping to be in Halifax next year for the massive athletic event
The Grizz blew out their overmatched opponents on home court, winning by 78 points.
Defenceman Xavier Henry is one of 11 BCHL skaters on the 22 man Canada West roster.
The Chiefs were on the wrong end of a controversial sequence during a key BCHL battle.
Needing reinforcements, the junior A club has acquired Nicholas Cherkowski from the Wenatchee Wild.
An excellent game on a chilly day at Langley’s McLeod Stadium saw the Titans prevail 26-22.
GW Graham grad Deanna Tuchscherer is becoming a points/rebounds leader for her Canada West squad.
Chilliwack led 2-0 early and trailed 3-2 late before rallying to win a rare Thursday BCHL battle.
The Chiefs add a 20 year old forward with speed and skill, but trade away a fan favourite.
The junior bantam B.C. championship game kicks off Sunday morning in Langley.
An action packed night at the Landing Sports Centre will include 11 bouts, including four main cards
The Chiefs blanked Penticton 4-0 and lost 3-1 to Trail in a game they dominated.
The provincial wheelchair basketball team heads to Edmonton for a tournament this weekend.