B.C. High School Basketball

Lord Tweedsmuir’s Tremmel States-Jones jumps a player and the goal line to score a touchdown against the Kelowna Owls in 2019. The face of high school football, along with a majority of other high school sports, could significantly change if a new governance proposal is passed at the B.C. School Sports AGM May 1. (Malin Jordan)

Power struggle: New governance model proposed for B.C. high school sports

Most commissions are against the new model, but B.C. School Sports (BCSS) and its board is in favour

 

Rich Goulet receives a volunteer award from then Prime Minister Stephen Harper. (Contributed)

Pitt Meadows coaching legend Rich Goulet dies

Basketball community mourns passing of longtime high school hoops coach

 

Kelowna’s Johnathon Haughton helped lead the KSS Owls to the 2020 B.C. Boys Basketball Provincials Finals. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Pictures)

Kelowna Owls fall in B.C. provincial championships

KSS finishes 2nd in the province as Vernon, George Elliot and Kelowna Christian crack top 10

 

Kelowna’s Johnathon Haughton helped lead the KSS Owls to the 2020 B.C. Boys Basketball Provincials Finals. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Pictures)

Kelowna Owls advance to B.C. provincial championships

KSS battles for top spot as Vernon finishes 4th and Kelowna Christian grabs 3rd

Kelowna’s Johnathon Haughton helped lead the KSS Owls to the 2020 B.C. Boys Basketball Provincials Finals. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Pictures)
The Vernon Panthers have advanced to the semifinals of the B.C. Senior Boys Basketball Provincials following a 70-43 victory on March. 5. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Photos)

Owls, Panthers, Knights advance, Coyotes tumble at B.C. basketball championships

Lake Country’s George Elliot Secondary blew an 18-point lead Thursday afternoon

The Vernon Panthers have advanced to the semifinals of the B.C. Senior Boys Basketball Provincials following a 70-43 victory on March. 5. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Photos)
The Kelowna Secondary Owls defeated the Frank Hurt Hornets 104-35 in the first round of the B.C. basketball provincials in Langley March 4. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Pictures)

Kelowna wins big, George Elliot stuns at B.C. basketball provincials

The Owls win 104-35 and advance to 2nd round, as do Vernon, George Elliot and Kelowna Chrisian

The Kelowna Secondary Owls defeated the Frank Hurt Hornets 104-35 in the first round of the B.C. basketball provincials in Langley March 4. (Photo: Vancouver Sports Pictures)
Kelowna Christian School Knights take on the Vernon Panthers at the25th annual Pit Classic Senior Girls basketball tournament at VSS in December 2019. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)

Kelowna Christian School senior girls start provincials with 100-25 win

The No. 4 seed Knights continue Thursday morning on trek for 1st banner

Kelowna Christian School Knights take on the Vernon Panthers at the25th annual Pit Classic Senior Girls basketball tournament at VSS in December 2019. (Roger Knox/Morning Star)
BASKETBALL TEAM                                The Summerland Secondary School Rockets senior girls basketball team competed in the Provincials on the weekend. From left are Alyssa Robinson, Navi Hughes, Alyssa Mullin, Tayla Ingram, Jacqueline Mansiere, Brinay Burdick, Jaina Stockmann, Lexi Corday, Olivia Harrold and Laska Hughes. (Submitted)

Summerland places 13th in basketball provincials

Girls team competed against top schools in B.C. on the weekend

BASKETBALL TEAM                                The Summerland Secondary School Rockets senior girls basketball team competed in the Provincials on the weekend. From left are Alyssa Robinson, Navi Hughes, Alyssa Mullin, Tayla Ingram, Jacqueline Mansiere, Brinay Burdick, Jaina Stockmann, Lexi Corday, Olivia Harrold and Laska Hughes. (Submitted)
Burnaby South opened with a dominant 55-28 win over Charles Hays during first day of play at the 2020 Junior Boys Basketball Provincial Invitational Tournament underway at Langley Events Centre (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Burnaby South opened with a dominant 55-28 win over Charles Hays during first day of play at the 2020 Junior Boys Basketball Provincial Invitational Tournament underway at Langley Events Centre (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
(Black Press file photo)

Kelowna’s Dr. Knox grabs No. 1 seed at junior provincials

The Falcons girls team heads to the championships in Langley this weekend

(Black Press file photo)
BASKETBALL TEAM                                The Summerland Secondary School junior boys Rockets basketball team will advance to the Provincials. In the back row from left are coach Paul Girard, Elijah Dueck, Gavin Lodermeier, Noah Russill, Josh Colley, Nathan Dykstra, Logan Coulter and coach Matt Dykstra. In front from left are Diesel Hughes, Athan Smith, Holden Girard, Andrei Panganiban, Sam Plant, Mattias Van Bergeyk, and head coach Kevin Lodermeier. (Contributed)

Summerland junior boys basketball team off to Provincials

Tournament will be held in Langley Feb. 22 to 25

BASKETBALL TEAM                                The Summerland Secondary School junior boys Rockets basketball team will advance to the Provincials. In the back row from left are coach Paul Girard, Elijah Dueck, Gavin Lodermeier, Noah Russill, Josh Colley, Nathan Dykstra, Logan Coulter and coach Matt Dykstra. In front from left are Diesel Hughes, Athan Smith, Holden Girard, Andrei Panganiban, Sam Plant, Mattias Van Bergeyk, and head coach Kevin Lodermeier. (Contributed)
KSS’ Malcom Greggor had 11 points in the Owls loss to the Burnaby South Rebels in the finals of the Interior Savings Western Canada basketball tournament on Feb. 8. (Photo: Mackenzie Britton - Capital News)

Kelowna Owls grab 2nd at Western Canada basketball tournament

The Owls soared to the finals but fell hard to the No. 1 B.C. team in a 82-58 loss

KSS’ Malcom Greggor had 11 points in the Owls loss to the Burnaby South Rebels in the finals of the Interior Savings Western Canada basketball tournament on Feb. 8. (Photo: Mackenzie Britton - Capital News)
Top basketball teams return to Kelowna Secondary for Western Canada tournament

Top basketball teams return to Kelowna Secondary for Western Canada tournament

The Owls will look to beat their 5th place finish at last year’s tournament starting Thursday night

Top basketball teams return to Kelowna Secondary for Western Canada tournament
KSS Owls’ Parker Johnstone led his team to the 4A basketball provincials. Photo: Mary Kessenich/Vancouver Sports Pictures

Owls, Coyotes, Knights all advance to provincial finals

The three Okanagan-based high schools won their semifinals, play in respective finals Saturday

KSS Owls’ Parker Johnstone led his team to the 4A basketball provincials. Photo: Mary Kessenich/Vancouver Sports Pictures
Photo: Paul Yates Vancouver Sports Pictures

Owls, Coyotes, Knights advance to provincial basketball semifinals

The three Okanagan-based boys basketbal teams are making a push

Photo: Paul Yates Vancouver Sports Pictures
Okanagan junior boys teams heading to basketball provincials.

Okanagan junior boys teams heading to basketball provincials.

The provincials invite 32 of the top junior teams in the province

Okanagan junior boys teams heading to basketball provincials.
Owls’ Parker Johnstone watches as the Rebels close the point gap. Photo: Mackenzie Britton/Capital News

KSS Owls lose in last minutes and finish 5th in Western Canada tournament

Jasper Place Rebels from Edmonton defeated the Owls 82-81

Owls’ Parker Johnstone watches as the Rebels close the point gap. Photo: Mackenzie Britton/Capital News
KSS Owls lose second game of Western Canada tournament, will play for 3rd

KSS Owls lose second game of Western Canada tournament, will play for 3rd

The Owls were beaten Friday by Burnaby South and will play Jasper Place Saturday

KSS Owls lose second game of Western Canada tournament, will play for 3rd
The Owls played in front of a massive home crowd in their first win of the tournament. Photo: Mackenzie Britton/Capital News

KSS Owls win first game in Western Canada Tournament

The boys basketball team will play number one seed Burnaby South Friday night

The Owls played in front of a massive home crowd in their first win of the tournament. Photo: Mackenzie Britton/Capital News
Kelowna Owls’ take on Marion Graham at KSS during the 201 Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament. Photo: Douglas Farrow/Contributor

Western Canada high school basketball tournament returns to KSS

The Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament returns Feb. 7-9.

Kelowna Owls’ take on Marion Graham at KSS during the 201 Interior Savings Western Canada Basketball Tournament. Photo: Douglas Farrow/Contributor