HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Tamanawis sr. boys ranked fifth, Panorama Ridge sixth as Quad-A playoffs roll

A third Surrey-based team, Holy Cross Crusaders, among honourable mentions

  • Feb. 17, 2016 11:00 a.m.

Miguel Tomley (#10

By Howard Tsumura, The Province

The latest B.C. Boys High School Basketball rankings, including all four tiers:

SENIOR BOYS

QUADRUPLE A

(records, ranking reflect games played Feb. 10-Feb. 16 against B.C. competition)

1. Kelowna Owls (17-0) (LW-1)

Last week — Did not play.

This week — Open as host of Okanagan Valley playoffs Feb. 25.

2. Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs (23-4) (Vancouver) (2)

Last week —Won both games to finish first as host of Vancouver City championships. Def. Killarney 88-58, def. Kitsilano 73-70.

This week — Open Lower Mainland championships Wednesday, host Burnaby Central-New Westminster winner.

3. Walnut Grove Gators (Langley) (22-4) (3)

Last week — Won both games to finish first as host of Fraser Valley East tournament. Def. Lord Tweedsmuir 94-55, def. W.J. Mouat 91-82.

This week — Friday host Sardis/Fraser Heights winner in second round of Fraser Valley championships.

4. Oak Bay Bays (19-4) (Victoria) (4)

Last week — Lost two of three games at Regina-Luther Invitational. Def. Saskatoon-Marion Graham 75-56, lost 85-71 to Regina-Leboldus, lost 75-71 to Cardston (Alta.).

This week — Feb. 16-17 at Victoria city championships.

5. Tamanawis Wildcats (Surrey) (21-4) (5)

Last week — Won both games to finish first at Fraser Valley Southwest playoffs. Def. Fleetwood Park 76-71, def. Panorama Ridge 83-81.

This week — Friday host Centennial-Pinetree winner in second round of Fraser Valley championships.

6. Panorama Ridge Thunder (Surrey) (19-8) (6)

Last week — Split two games to finish second at Fraser Valley Southwest playoffs. Def. Semiahmoo 101-68, lost 83-81 to Tamanawis.

This week — Friday vs. Fleetwood Park-Gleneagle winner at Holy Cross in second round of Fraser Valley championships.

7. Kitsilano Blue Demons (Vancouver) (22-11) (7)

Last week —Split two games to finish second at Vancouver City championships. Def. David Thompson 86-46, lost 73-70 to Sir Winston Churchill.

This week —  Wednesday host Burnaby South-Eric Hamber winner in first game at Lower Mainland championships.

8. W.J. Mouat Hawks (21-11) (Abbotsford) (10)

Last week — Won two of three games to finish second at Fraser Valley East playoffs. Def. Mission 79-42, def. Yale 95-77, lost 92-81 to Walnut Grove.

This week — Wednesday host Semiahmoo-Queen Elizabeth winner in round two of Fraser Valley playoffs.

9. St. George’s Saints (Vancouver) (10-7) (9)

Last week — Did not play.

This week — Wednesday host Burnaby North-David Thompson winner at Lower Mainland championships.

10. Yale Lions (Abbotsford) (21-7) (8)

Last week — Split two games to finish third at Fraser Valley East playoffs. Lost 95-77 to W.J. Mouat, def. Lord Tweedsmuir 90-84.

This week — Friday host Lord Tweedsmuir-Seaquam winner in second round of Fraser Valley playoffs.

Honourable mention

Terry Fox Ravens (Port Coquitlam) (16-7) (HM)

Last week — Def. Heritage Woods 82-65.

This week — Friday at W.J. Mouat vs. Enver Creek-Earl Marriott winner in second round of Fraser Valley championships.

Holy Cross Crusaders (Surrey) (22-5) (HM)

Last week — Won both games to finish first as host of Fraser Valley Central playoffs. Def. Fraser Heights 81-37, def. North Surrey 71-53.

This week — Friday host Heritage Woods-Clayton Heights winner in second round of Fraser Valley championships.

West Vancouver Highlanders (16-9) (HM)

Last week — Def. Sentinel 63-62.

This week — Thursday host Sentinel-Handsworth winner at Howe Sound championships.

Port Moody Blues (19-9) (HM)

Last week — Def. Gleneagle 78-42.

This week — Wednesday vs. Mission at Walnut Grove at Fraser Valley championships.

Vancouver College Fighting Irish (12-13) (HM)

Last week — Def. Moscrop 107-46 in opening round of Lower Mainland championships.

This week — Wednesday vs. Killarney at Lower Mainland championships.

(Howard Tsumura, The Province)

TRIPLE A

1. Rick Hansen Hurricanes (Abbotsford) (LW-1)

2. Mark Isfeld Ice (Courtenay) (2)

3. Steveston-London Sharks (Richmond) (3)

4. Byrne Creek Bulldogs (Burnaby) (4)

5. St. Thomas More Knights (Burnaby) (6)

6. Southridge Storm (Surrey) (7)

7. South Kamloops Titans (5)

8. Charles Hays Rainmakers (Prince Rupert) (10-tie)

9. R.A. McMath Wildcats (Richmond) (8)

10.-tie Lord Byng Grey Ghosts (Vancouver) (9)

10.-tie Duchess Park Condors (Prince George) (NR)

Honourable mention — Princess Margaret Lions (Surrey) (HM), Bodwell Bruins (North Vancouver) (HM), Windermere Warriors (Vancouver) (HM), Wellington Wildcats (Nanaimo) (NR), Vernon Panthers (NR)

(BC Boys High School Basketball Association)

DOUBLE A

1. G.W. Graham Grizzlies (Chilliwack) (LW-1)

2. St. Michaels University School Blue Jags (Victoria) (2)

3. Collingwood Cavaliers (West Vancouver) (3)

4. King George Dragons (Vancouver) (4)

5. Lambrick Park Lions (Victoria) (5)

6. St. Thomas Aquinas Fighting Saints (North Vancouver) (6)

7. R.C. Palmer Griffins (Richmond) (7)

8. Shawnigan Lake Stags (8-tie)

9. Brentwood College (Mill Bay) (8-tie)

10.-tie Pacific Academy Breakers (Surrey) (10-tie)

10.-tie St. Patrick’s Celtics (Vancouver) (HM)

Honourable mention — Golden Eagles (NR), H.J. Cambie Crusaders (Richmond) (10-tie), Kelly Road Roadrunners (Prince George) (HM), Southern Okanagan Hornets (Oliver) (NR), Westsyde Whundas (Kamloops) (NR)

(Lyle Dhur, Sportvictoria.com)

SINGLE A

1. Kelowna Christian Knights (LW-1)

2. West Point Grey Wolves (Vancouver) (2)

3. Immaculata Mustangs (Kelowna) (5)

4. Duncan Christian Chargers (3)

6. St. Ann’s Crusaders (Kamloops) (6)

6. St. John’s Eagles (Vancouver) (7)

7. Credo Christian Kodiaks (Langley) (8)

8. Similkameen Sparks (Keremeos) (4)

9. Deer Lake Falcons (Burnaby) (HM)

10. Bulkley Valley Christian Royals (Smithers) (HM)

Honourable mention —  Barriere Cougars (HM), B.C. Christian Panthers (Port Coquitlam) (NR), Highroad Academy Knights (Chilliwack) (HM), Meadowridge Gryphons (Maple Ridge) (HM), Osoyoos Rattlers (9)

(Sean Juteau, GVISAA)

 

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