BCSS 2024 Boys Basketball Championships

March 10, 2024 by  
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GOLDUnity Christian SchoolCollingwood Secondary
SILVERGidgalang Kuuyas NaayBrentwood College
BRONZESt Anne’s AcademyPacific Academy
ANITQUE BRONZEMaple Ridge ChristianLangley Christian
GOLDDover Bay SecondarySpectrum Community School
SILVERMennonite Educational InstituteTamanawis Secondary
BRONZELord Byng SecondaryOak Bay Secondary
ANITQUE BRONZESt Patrick Regional SecondaryWest Vancouver Secondary

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Champions -Unity Christian Flames

Finalists – Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay Breakers

Final Standings

1. Unity Christian
2. Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay
3. St. Ann’s Academy
4. Maple Ridge Christian
T5. King David
T5. St. John’s School
7. Similkameen
8. Golden
9. Osoyoos

Most Valuable Player– Jay Smiens, Unity Christian

Best Defensive Player -Loay Almahamid, Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay

Championship Player of the Game -Greg Puterill, Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay 

Most Sportsmanlike Team -Maple Ridge Christian

First Team All-Stars – Carson Barber, Maple Ridge Christian; Nash Pearce, St. Ann’s Academy; Ryun Fukumoto, Unity Christianl Temo Laughlin, Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay; Levi Burton, Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay

Second Team All-Stars – Viv Anderson Francois, St. John’s School; Darion Euastache Peone, Similkameen; Mauro Lama, St. Ann’s Academy; Greg Puterill, Gidgalang Kuuyas Naay; Ryder Vanderkooi, Unity Christian

Champions – Collingwood Cavaliers

Finalists – Brentwood College 

Final Standings

1. Collingwood
2. Brentwood
3. Lord Byng
4. St. Patrick
5. King George
6. Lambrick Park
7. Westsyde
8. John Barsby
9. Britannia

Most Valuable Player– James Holm, Collingwood

Best Defensive Player– Taylor Edwards, Brentwood College

Championship Player of the Game– Finnegan Murphy, Collingwood 

Most Sportsmanlike Team – John Barsby

First Team All-Stars – Darko Karac, King George; Jaden Mesfin, Pacific Academy; WIllem Van Huizen, Langley Christian; Blake Pye, Lambrick Park

Second Team All-Stars – Cason Scott, Westsyde; Jonny Durkan, John Barsby; Amir Mojarradi, Collingwood; Cy Bosa, ; Collingwood; Nathan Chiang, Pacific Academy

Champions – Dover Bay Dolphins

Finalists – M.E.I. Eagles

Final Standings

1. Dover Bay
2. M.E.I.
3. Lord Byng
4. St. Patrick
5. North Delta
6. St. Thomas More Collegiate
7. A.R. MacNeill
8. Mark R. Isfeld
9. Grandview Heights

Most Valuable Player – Frank Linder, Dover Bay 

Best Defensive Player – Hudson Trood, Dover Bay

Championship Player of the Game – Frank Linder, Dover Bay 

Most Sportsmanlike Team – South Kamloops

First Team All-Stars – Dylan King, Lord ByngIsaiah Lee, M.E.I.; Tarman Sandhu, Dover Bay; Spencer Tatlock, M.E.I.; Ryan Garcia, St. Patrick 

Second Team All-Stars – Harvir Hothi, North Delta; Chad Gammad, A.R. MacNeill; Zeru Abera, St. Thomas More Collegiate; Joe Linder, Dover Bay; Jovin Sunner, St. Patrick

Champions – Spectrum Thunder

Finalists – Tamanawis Wildcats

Final Standings

1. Spectrum
2. Tamanawis
3. Oak Bay
4. West Vancouver
5. Yale
6. Burnaby South
7. Semiahmoo
8. Vancouver College
9. Kelowna

Most Valuable Player – Tyler Felt, Spectrum

Best Defensive Player – Gio De Gracia, Spectrum

Quinn Keast Foundation Championship Player of the Game – Gio De Gracia, Spectrum

Braich Foundation Most Inspirational Player – Zeyad Ahmad, West Vancouver 

Inspiring Bandit Scholarship – Nylan Roberts, Yale

Most Inspirational Team – Kelowna Owls 

Most Sportsmanlike Team 0 Prince George Polars 

School Spirit Award – Tamanawis Wildcats

First Team All-Stars – Nylan Roberts, Yale; Thomas Beames, Oak Bay; Justin Hinrichsen, Spectrum

Michael Adarlwah-Nti, Tamanawis; Elijah Helman, Spectrum

Second Team All-Stars – Lordrikk Gutierrez, Burnaby South; Calvin Kuzyk, West Vancouver; Heath Taylor, Oak Bay; Sartaj Bhangu, Tamanawis; Arjun Hehar, Tamanawis

BCSS Boys 2024 Basketball Presented By Uber Teen Participants

1Unity Christian SchoolKing George SecondarySt Patrick Regional SecondaryOak Bay Secondary
2Maple Ridge ChristianPacific AcademyDover Bay SecondarySpectrum Community School
3St John’s SchoolCollingwood SecondaryLord Byng SecondaryWest Vancouver Secondary
4St Anne’s AcademyBrentwood CollegeNorth Delta SecondaryTamanawis Secondary
5King David High SchoolWestsyde SecondaryMennonite Educational InstituteVancouver College
6Gidgalang Kuuyas NaayJack Barsby Community SchoolMaple Ridge SecondarySemiahmoo Secondary
7Similkameen Elem-SecondaryLambrick Park SecondarySt Thomas More CollegiateBurnaby South Secondary
8Golden SecondaryLangley ChristianA R MacNeill SecondaryYale Secondary
9École Gabrielle-RoySummerland SecondarySouth Kamloops SecondarySt George’s School
10Cedar Christian SchoolSouthridge SchoolGrandview Heights SecondaryLord Tweedsmuir Secondary
11Duncan Christian SchoolBritannia Community SecondaryMark R Isfeld Senior SecondaryKelowna Secondary
12Osoyoos SecondaryArchbishop CarneyWindsor SecondarySullivan Heights Secondary
13Campbell River ChristianCharles HaysWellington SecondaryHeritage Woods Secondary
14McBride SecondaryKhalsa Secondary School (Surrey)College Heights SecondaryR E Mountain Secondary
15Brooks WestshoreNechako Valley SecondaryGladstone SecondaryPrince George Secondary
16Fort St James SecondaryKootenay River SecondaryCaledonia SecondaryMount Baker Secondary


2 Responses to “BCSS 2024 Boys Basketball Championships”
  1. Michael Linder says:

    Not sure who Damian Tyrell is But the AAA Championship player of the game was Frank Linder. BC school sports has the wrong name up. Dover Bay does not have a player named Damian Tyrell.