Girls hold court in City Challenge tournament

Eight local high school girls basketball teams tip off Thursday to start the second annual City Challenge.

Four teams tip off later this week in the second annual Chilliwack City Challenge.

The round-robin basketball tournament takes place Nov. 28-30, and includes the junior and senior girls teams at GW Graham, Chilliwack secondary school, Sardis secondary school and Unity Christian.

Games will be played at GWG, CSS and Unity.

Day one will see four games played at GWG, starting with a 3:45 p.m. junior matchup between CSS and Unity.

Their senior squads follow at 5:15 p.m.

The GWG and Sardis junior and senior teams go back to back at 6:45 and 8:15 p.m.

Day two games go at CSS.

GWG and Unity junior and senior teams play at 3:45 and 5:15 p.m.

Sardis and CSS junior and senior teams go at 6:45 and 8:15 p.m.

Day three games at Unity start at 10:30 a.m., with GWG and CSS in a junior match. The seniors follow at noon.

The Sardis and Unity junior and senior squads go at 1:30 and 3 p.m.

Just Posted

Hospice to B.C. council race candidate dies

A week after leaving hospice to go to city hall to declare his candidacy, David Hesketh has died.

Chilliwack man feeling helpless about puppy stolen while at church

Evidence of neighbour trespassing and accusing him of dog neglect not enough for RCMP

RCMP ask for help to locate missing Chilliwack man

Kyle Travis Neil travelling in a red, Ford F250 and he maybe be in need of medical attention

UPDATED: Chilliwack councillor’s expenses being sent to the RCMP

Decision to have expenses audited and shared with RCMP taken at special meeting of council

Risk of thunderstorm this afternoon for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland

A special weather statement calls for heavy rain and wind over the next 48 hours

VIDEO: Neighbours fear impact of B.C. tent city residents

Greater Victoria residents opposed to campers voice concerns at provincial campground

Tilray Inc sees $10-billion in market cap go up in smoke

Tilray’s share price closed at $123 US on Friday, a decline from its intraday peak of nearly $300 US earlier in the week

Breast density to be included in mammogram results across B.C.

The information is crucial in proactively reducing the risk of breast cancer, doctors say

Canada to boost support for riskier forms of renewable energy: minister

A $30-million contribution to a $117-million tidal project hopes to harness the immense power of the Bay of Fundy

B.C. watching Trans Mountain review, George Heyman says

Court decision stalling pipeline ‘validates’ environmental concerns

New concert series focuses on Fraser Valley musicians

Valley Music Co.’s Listen Local Concert Series begins Sept. 28 at High Street mall

Browns beat streak, win first NFL game in 635 days

Baker Mayfield erased any doubts about why the Browns selected him with the No. 1 overall pick

New silver collector coin features Indigenous dancer

New silver collectors coin captures fast-paced energy of an Indigenous powwow

VIDEO: Replica Haida totem pole raised at B.C. park

‘Reconciliation ceremony’ will include SFN leaders, provincial politicians

Most Read