Highroad Academy’s Dawson Hartskamp earned a single A all-star selection after helping his Knights advance to the provincial championship game. (Vancouver Sports Pictures/Special to Black Press Media)

Chilliwack basketballers earn all-star selections

GWG’s Klim twins earned AAA nods while several locals earned the honour at the single A level

GW Graham’s graduating Twin Towers are ending their high school basketball careers with one more accolade.

The British Columbia High School Boys Basketball Association announced its 2019-20 all-stars last week, with GWG’s Zach and Matthias Klim earning selections at the AAA level.

The Klims were joined by three players from the team they vanquished in February’s provincial championship game, with Duchess Park (Prince George) Condors guard Jackson Kuc and forwards Connor Lewis and Emir Zejnulahovic landing all-star spots.

READ MORE: Klims could provide big boost to UFV Cascades men’s basketball team

READ MORE: Unity Christian tops Highroad for single A hoops title

Chilliwack schools supplied half of the all-star nods at the single A level.

The provincial championship winning Unity Christian Flames had forwards Caleb Graham, Keegan Schuurman and Colton Vander Kooi selected while their crosstown rivals from Highroad Academy got all-star picks for Dawson Hartskamp and Aidan Morris.


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