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15U/17U BOY’S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS CONCLUDE IN KAMLOOPS

The 15U and 17U Boy’s National Championships concluded in Kamloops tonight, with Ontario earning the 15U championship over Quebec, 84-65, and Team Nova Scotia winning the 17U Championship over Quebec 98-90. 15U Boy’s National Championship Sheldon Waithe of Team Quebec led all scorers in their game against Ontario, playing a team high 39 minutes and putting up 23 …

DAY FIVE ROUNDUP

Day five of the 15U/17U Boy’s National Championships featured semi-final matchups to determine the four matches on the final day.  After four days of competition, day five was set to be the most important day of the team’s championships as they attempt to make the best of their final seeding and earn themselves a spot …

DAY FOUR ROUNDUP

Day four of the 15U/17U Boy’s National Championships concluded in Kamloops with several teams still undefeated.  Moving into the second day of playoff games and the start of consolation games, each team has got their seeding and are playing harder and harder to get to the championship on Saturday.  With several close games, Nova Scotia remains …

DAY THREE ROUNDUP

Day three of the 15U/17U Boy’s National Championships were the start of the playoff games as teams used their seeding earned from the two days of preliminary rounds to try and fight higher and higher up the ranking.  Shrinking down from the 8 undefeated teams after day two, at the end of day 3 only …

DAY TWO ROUNDUP

Day two of the 15U/17U Boy’s National Championships in Kamloops saw only 8 teams remain undefeated after the preliminary rounds.  Heading into the first day of the playoff rounds, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia hold a 2-0 record in the 17U division with their victories over British Columbia and Manitoba. While in the 15U division, Ontario and Quebec remain …

DAY ONE ROUNDUP

Day one of the 15U/17U Boy’s National Championships concluded in Kamloops with several provinces coming away with big victories.  Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia, and Quebec all finished 1-0 in the 15U Boy’s tournament. Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick all ended the day at 1-0, while British Columbia earned …

Welcome!

Basketball British Columbia, in collaboration with Canada Basketball and the Local Organizing Committee, welcome you to the 2018 15U & 17U Boy’s National Basketball Championships! We look forward to hosting you for an exciting week filled with action, and extend our best wishes to all coaches, players, and officials for a successful tournament. Tournament at …