PHOTOS: B.C. Boys High School Basketball Championship results

The four days of March Madness high school edition ended Saturday night.



This week was a busy one for hundreds of high school boys across B.C. as March madness stopped through Langley for the 48th annual B.C. boys high school basketball championships.

The four days of competition ended Saturday night, with the Walnut Grove Gators taking first place over the Kelowna Owls in the 4A division at the Langley Events Centre.

In the 3A division, Abbotsford’s Rick Hansen Secondary beat out South Kamloops for first and second respectively, and in the 2A division Brentwood College from Mill Bay took top spot with St. Michaels Blue Jays to follow.

In the 1A division, the B.C. Christian Academy Panthers took the win home to Port Coquitlam, winning against the Kelowna Christian Knights.

Click here to see full results of each division.

Photos below by Gary Ahuja (Langley Times), John Morrow (Abby News), Troy Landreville (Langley Times), Boaz Joseph (Surrey Leader)

Full results:

Final Standings 4A

1. Walnut Grove Gators2. Kelowna Owls3. Holy Cross Crusaders4. Oak Bay Bays5. Vancouver College Fighting Irish6. W.J. Mouat7. Kitsilano Blue Demons8. St. George’s Saints9. Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers10. Belmont Bulldogs

Final Standings 3A

1. Rick Hansen (Abbotsford)2. South Kamloops3. Bodwell Bruins4. Byrne Creek Bulldogs5. St. Thomas More Knights6. Lord Byng Grey Ghosts7. Steveston-London Sharks8. Robert Bateman Timberwolves9. Nanaimo Islanders10. Wellington Wildcats

Final Standings 2A

1. Brentwood College (Mill Island)2. St. Michaels Blue Jags3. King George Dragons4. G.W.G Graham Grizzlies5. Lambrick Park Lions6. St. Patrick Celtics7. Westsyde Whundas8. H.J. Cambie Crusaders9. St. Thomas Aquinas Saints10. Abbotsford Christian Knights

Final Standings 1A

1. B.C. Christian Academy Panthers (Port Coquitlam)2. Kelowna Christian Knights3. Heritage Christian Saints4. Ron Pettigrew Christian Lions5. Credo Christian Kodiaks6. Bulkley Valley Christian Royals7. Sparwood Spartans8. Khalsa Lions9. Similkameen Sparks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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