South Asian boys win 21 medals, girls bag 5 medals at 2023 BC School Sports Wrestling Championships

Tamanawis Secondary (Surrey) win their 4th consecutive Provincial wrestling title. Photo: Surrey Schools

Outstanding Match: Male 51kg — Gurshar Johal of Rick Hansen vs Jared Wiebe of Nechako Valley Secondary


Outstanding Match: Female 51kg — Alice Clements of Elphinstone vs Tanya Dhillon of Semiahmoo


SOUTH Asian male students once again stood out at the BC High School Wrestling Championships, bagging nine gold, four silver and eight bronze medals at Vancouver’s Pacific Coliseum on Saturday.




* 41 kg

  1. Gaurav Bahi of Earl Marriot


* 45 kg

  1. Karanjot Dhillon of Tamanawis Secondary


* 51 kg

  1. Gurshar Johal of Rick Hansen Secondary
  2. Harkirat Dhillon of Semiahmoo Secondary


* 54 kg

  1. Gurshaan Kahlan of Eugene Reimer


* 57 kg

  1. Riley Jhuty of McNair


* 70 kg

  1. Omrao Dhadda of W J Mouat Secondary
  2. Prithvi Mann of Queen Elizabeth Secondary
  3. Harjot Shergill of Panorama Ridge Secondary


* 74 kg

  1. Sartaj Sanghera of Khalsa


* 78 kg

  1. Rohit Bal of Tamanawis Secondary


* 84 kg

  1. Tejvir Dhinsa of W J Mouat Secondary
  2. Justin Lalli of Tamanawis Secondary
  3. Udaypartap Billen of Princess Margaret Secondary


* 90 kg

  1. Jastej Mundi of Tamanawis Secondary
  2. Michealjeet Grewal of WJ Mouat


* 110 kg

1 Jagroop Dhinsa of W J Mouat Secondary

3 Jagvir Bains of Frank Hurt Secondary


* 130 kg

  1. Aykam Takhar of Fleetwood Park
  2. Manjot Sangha of Tamanawis Secondary
  3. Rajanvir Hayer of Enver Creek Secondary


Tamawanis Secondary (Surrey) with 94 points, WJ Mouat Secondary (Abbotsford) with 67 points and Queen Elizabeth Secondary (Surrey) with 30 points bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, respectively, among the male teams. 





* 51 kg

  1. Tanya Dhillon of Semiahmoo Secondary


* 57 kg

  1. Diksha Chaudhary of Princess Margaret Secondary School


* 60 kg

  1. Meira Bhatha of John Oliver Secondary


* 90 kg

  1. Rupinder Johal of Robert Bateman Secondary School
  2. Anmol Sahota of Enver Creek Secondary School


Maple Ridge with 54 points, Elphinstone with 29 points, and Frances Kelsey with 25 points bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, respectively, among the female teams.






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