Another year high school basketball is over and the winners have been crowned  

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THE last game of the night of the 2015 BC High School Boys “AAAA” Provincial Championships Tournament was one of the best games played at centre court in a long time. With no team holding a large lead at anytime, at the end it were the Yale Lions who were victorious, capturing the 2015 BC High School Basketball Boys “AAAA” Championships at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday night.

The game was what most wanted to see of a championship final; no one-sided affair. The lead was going back and forth and both teams hitting big shots when needed. Unfortunately for the Ravens many missed free throws were unable to stretch their lead. Thanks to more clutch buckets from the tournament MVP Bennett-Boire the Lions took down the Terry Fox Ravens 69-63.

Yale was not ranked in the pre-season rankings but proved their doubters wrong as the #5 seed in the tournament is now #1 in the province.

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Lions’ guard Riley Braich along with Bennett-Boire were voted first team all-stars, as were Terry Fox’s Michael West and Jomari Reyes.  (Pic 1)


2015 Bc Boys “AAAA” Championships Final Standings


  1. Yale (Pic 2)
  2. Terry Fox (Pic 3)
  3. Kelowna
  4. Sir Winston Churchill
  5. Burnaby South
  6. Oak Bay
  7. Lord Tweedsmuir
  8. Semiahmoo
  9. Walnut Grove
  10. Heritage Woods


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“AAAA” Most Valuable Player – Jacquin Bennett-Boire – Yale  (Pic 4)




FOR the first time in school history, the Fleetwood Park Dragons are the tops in BC. The Dragons knocked off the #1 seed, Sir Charles Tupper Tigers 73-65 to capture the 2015 Bc High School Basketball Boys “AAA” Championships at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday night. The game was a back-and-forth affair in the second half with neither team willing to give up until the bitter end when the Dragons put the game away with some clutch free-throw shooting. Fleetwood Park had never won a provincial basketball championship in their school history.

Emeka Okuma of Fleetwood Park was named the Tournament MVP


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2015 BC Boys “AAA” Championships Final Standings


  1. Fleetwood Park (Pic 5)
  2. Sir Charles Tupper (Pic 6)
  3. Charles Hays
  4. .A. Mcmath
  5. Abbotsford
  6. Robert Bateman
  7. Nanaimo
  8. St. Thomas More Collegiate
  9. Wellington


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“AAA” Most Valuable Player – Emeka Okuma – Fleetwood Park (Pic 7)




THE St. Michaels University Blue Jags CAPTURED THE 2015 Bc High School Basketball Boys “AA” Championships at the Langley Events Centre on Saturday night. A year after losing in the last year’s “AA” finals in 2014, the #1 seed Blue Jags defeated the #11 seed Delview Raiders 66-40. Raiders superstar guard Wowie Untalan led Delview with 15 points and was named a first team all-star.

Blue Jags Guard Graeme Hyde-Lay was named Tournament MVP.


2015 Boys “AA” Championships Final Standings


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    St. Michaels University School (Pic 8)

  2. Delview Raiders (Pic 9)
  3. Southridge
  4. Collingwood
  5. Clarence Fulton
  6. G.W. Graham
  7. Valleyview
  8. Langley Christian
  9. Bodwell

“AA” Most Valuable Player – Graeme Hyde-Lay – St. Michaels University School (Pic 10)




IN an all-Kelowna final, it were the Kelowna Christian Knights who were crowned 2015 Bc High School Boys “A” Champions defeating their cross-town foes the Immaculata Mustangs 59-46 on Saturday night at the Langley Events Centre. The Knights used their size and strength, outplaying the Mustangs and holding them scoreless for the first five-and-a-half minutes of the game. Jessie Stewart of Kelowna was named the Tournament MVP.


2015 BC Boys “A” Championships Final Standings


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    Kelowna Christian (Pic 11)

  2. Immaculata (Pic 12)
  3. Richmond Christian
  4. Credo Christian
  5. St. Patrick’s
  6. Abbotsford Christian
  7. West Point Grey Academy
  8. Maple Ridge Christian
  9. Bulkley Valley Christian
  10. Duncan Christian

“A” Most Valuable Player – Jesse Stewart – Kelowna Christian (Pic 13)