DAY 3 update: Finals are set in all 4 tiers at the BC Boys Basketball Championships

THE Final Four action of the 2018 B.C. Boys High School Basketball Championships from the Langley Events Centre this Friday night saw some great B-Ball. 
In the first Quad A Semifinal game of the night, it was the Burnaby Rebels vs The Belmont Bulldogs—the Cinderella team from the island whos run at the top prize came to an end Fridaynight. The Bulldogs fought with every bit of effort they had in them but, Burnaby South’s height could not be beaten. In the end, the Burnaby South Rebels defeated the Belmont Bulldogs by a final score of 70-58, clinching a spot in the Championship game tomorrow against the Semiahmoo Totems at 8:15 pm. It’s been 39 years since the Rebels have been to a championship final.
In the other Quad A semifinal, it was the Miguel Tomley show in the matchup of the Semiahmoo Totems vs the Tamanawis Wildcats. But for one guy to do everything was not enough as the Wildcats down to Semiahmoo. For most of the game, the Totems were ahead, and the closest that Tomley got was by 2 points late in the 4th. The Wildcats had a chance to tie the game but missed 2 free throws. The Semiahmoo Totems, win over the Tamanawis Wildcats with a final score of 74-67, now moves them on to the Championship game to play against the Burnaby South Rebels on Saturday, March 10th at 8:15 pm.
The winners of these 2  will play for the top prize at 8:15 p.m. Saturday in Arena Bowl.
Semi-Final Game 1 Belmont vs. Burnaby South 58 – 70 Semi-Final Game 2 Semiahmoo vs. Tamanawis 74 – 67
Other Game results from Friday Night:
W.J. Mouat vs. Mount Baker 75 – 45 Rutland vs. North Peace 77 – 69 Vancouver College vs. Oak Bay 86 – 68 Holy Cross vs. Walnut Grove 97 – 88 Handsworth vs. St. George’s School 83 – 94 Terry Fox vs. Lord Tweedsmuir 64 – 80 North Peace vs. Mount Baker 55 – 78
In Triple A action on Friday night the #1 seed Byrne Creek Bulldogs and the #2 seed South Kamloops Titans win their semifinal games and now will battle it out on Saturday night at 6 pm provincial final on Arena Bowl court at the LEC.
The Bulldogs beat the Fraser Valley champion North Delta Huskies 76-64 to earn their spot in the final game.
South Kamloops with hard effort in their game with Pit Meadows, managed to win 65-59 paving their way to the final.
South Kamloops vs. Byrne Creek will play for the top prize at 6:00 p.m. Saturday in Arena Bowl.
Semi Final Game Pitt Meadows vs. South Kamloops 59 – 65
Semi Final Game North Delta vs. Byrne Creek 64 – 76
Here are the results from Triple-A games on Friday night:
Mark Isfeld vs. Carihi 61 – 40 G.P. Vanier vs. Caledonia 67 – 46 Argyle vs. Rick Hansen 78 – 74 M.E.I. vs. Clayton Heights 84 – 68 Carihi vs. Caledonia 71 – 64 Richmond vs. Duchess Park 69 – 98 R.A. McMath vs. Sir Charles Tupper 69 – 81
In Double A action #1 Brentwood College will battle the #3 King George Dragons at 3:45 pm tomorrow for Championship rights, will play for the top prize at 3:45 p.m. Saturday in Arena Bowl.
Semi Final King George vs. Westsyde 61 – 50
Semi Final Seycove vs. Brentwood College 57 – 93
Here are the results from Double-A games on Friday night:
Langley Christian vs. Southridge 71 – 67 R.C. Palmer vs. Grand Forks 73 – 68 Sa-Hali vs. Collingwood 60 – 74 D.P. Todd vs. Pacific Academy 77 – 56 Southridge vs. Grand Forks 76 – 59 Britannia vs. Clarence Fulton 85 – 61
Charles Hays vs. Shawnigan Lake 56 – 60
Single A Friday results:
Bulkley Valley Christian and. Heritage Christian will play for the Single A Championship game on Saturday at 1:30 PM Arena Court at LEC
Semi Final Bulkley Valley Christian vs. Similkameen 79 – 63
Semi Final Heritage Christian vs. Credo Christian 67 – 50
In the 5th/6th place game we will see Kelowna Christian take on The Khalsa Lions on Saturday at10:00 AM on the Centre Court at the LEC.
Here are the results from Single-A games on Friday night:
Golden vs. Gold River 62 – 54 Pemberton vs. Fraser Lake 64 – 70 St. Andrew’s vs. BC Christian Academy 46 – 63 Kelowna Christian vs. King David 88 – 61 Fort St. James vs. Northside Christian 61 – 59 Pemberton vs. Gold River 42 – 57 Khalsa School vs. Glenlyon Norfolk 98 – 67