Special Thanks to the Burnaby South Team, Victoria Lee, Principal, PE & Health Department Head, Josh Ogilvie, Teacher and Coach Jason Price, the Athletic Leadership Team known as the Rebels Athletic Crew (the RAC), Rebel team parents and the man on the ground every hour of the Tourney, Robbie Puni, Athletic Director.
And thank you to Tournament and Game Directors, Steve Pettifer, Michael Pettifer, Greg Matic, Jason Price and Parker Simson.
Kelowna Christian Knights defeated Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs 66-38 in the Championship Final, completing their Tournament dominance by winning all of their games by an average margin of over 40 points. KCS players featured heavily in the All-Star selections.
Sir Charles Tupper Tigers finished 3rd in the Championships with a 52 – 38 over the Argyle Pipers.
Congratulations to the Kelowna Christian team, the Final Four teams and all of the Teams, Coaches, Players and Fans for a great 4 days!
Parker Simson, 2013 BC Gr9 MVP from Kelowna’s Dr Knox Falcons, passing the torch to Kelowna Christian School’s Parker Martens, the 2019 Provincial MVP.
Parker Martens was part of an amazing group of Grade 9 players from Kelowna Christian this year. “It was a total team effort” says Martens who praises his team mates for their success in the tournament. “Anybody could have got the MVP on our team as we have so many good players. I am fortunate that today it was me. I am so proud a small school like KCS could win such a big event. We are so grateful!”
And some video of Parker in action
We were very pleased to have Angus Reid, former All-Star Offensive Lineman for the BC Lions, (and Simon Fraser University and Vancouver College alumini), as our guest speaker at our Banquet.
He gave a great talk with a focus on “Dependability and Durability”. At the end of his talk, Angus signed copies of his best selling book, “Thank You Coach” for each of the Head Coaches at the Banquet.
Angus Reid’s website
Brief Bio – Angus Reid is a Richmond born and raised native who played professional football in Canadian Football league for 13 seasons with his hometown BC Lions. He was a multiple time League All-Star and 8 time Team Captain winning two Grey Cups.
Today, he travels North America speaking with Companies, Schools, and Teams about what it really takes to make it and win. He has done two successful TEDx talks, “Why We Need High School Football” and “Mastering the Skill of Trust” which have garnered him both praise and respect.
Angus has also just recently released his first book – “Thank You, Coach” – which immediately became an Amazon bestseller.
Day 3 saw Consolation Round action followed by the Semi-Finals with the Final Four teams, Okanagan #1 Kelowna Christian Knights vs Van & District #1 Argyle Pipers and a repeat of the Vancouver first round playoffs, Van #1 Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs vs Van Wildcard Sir Charles Tupper Tigers.
Kelowna Christian continued their Tournament dominance with a 74-32 win over Argyle and Churchill defeated Tupper in a very close game by the same margin of 4 points as in their last meeting in the Vancouver playoffs, final score was 49-45.
Day 2 started with an Opening Round upset of #2 Seed Van College by Van & District Wildcard Handsworth 50 – 36 followed by Vancouver Wildcard Charles Tupper at Seed#10 just getting by 7th Seed Windsor 59 – 57. Tupper ended Hansdworth’s Championship run with a very close 41 – 37 win. Kelowna Christian lived up to its #1 Seeding with dominant wins over Notre Dame 82 – 28 and Kitsilano 88 – 21.
Quarter Finals recap was Argyle squeezing by Lord Tweedsmuir 40 – 39, Churchill over Dr Knox 61 – 49, Tupper over Handsworth 41 – 37 and Kelowna – Kitsilano 88 – 21, setting up Saturday’s Semi-Finals,
Okanagan #1 Kelowna Christian Knights vs Van & District #1 Argyle Pipers
and a repeat of the Vancouver first round playoffs,
Van #1 Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs vs Van Wildcard Sir Charles Tupper Tigers
See Scores on the Game Results page
Congratulations to Burnaby South Junior Boys Rebels and Coaches, Tyus and Travis and all the staff and supporters at your school!
BC Junior Boys Results
And to Len Corben, 50 years ago, Founder of the BC Junior Boys Championships, you started something so special and 50 years later, stronger than ever.
Len ( Basketball BC Hall of Fame Inductee )
At the Coaches Seeding Conference Call yesterday, agreement was reached on the following Seeding;
- Seed#1 – Okanagan #1 – Kelowna Christian School Knights
- Seed#2 – Independent #1 – Vancouver College Fighting Irish
- Seed#3 – Vancouver #1 – Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs
- Seed#4 – Van & District #1 – Argyle Pipers
- Seed#5 – Fraser Valley #1 – Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers
- Seed#6 – Fraser Valley#2 – Walnut Grove Gators
- Seed#7 – Van & District #2 – Windsor Dukes
- Seed#8 – Vancouver #2 – Kitsilano Blue Demons
- Seed#9 – Van Island#1 – GP Vanier Towhees
- Seed#10 – Wildcard #1 – Charles Tupper Tigers
- Seed#11 – Okanagan #2 – Dr Knox Falcons
- Seed#12 – Van & District #3 – Burnaby South Rebels
- Seed#13 – Fraser Valley#3 – Pinetree Timberwolves
- Seed#14 – Fraser Valley#4 – Elgin Park Orcas
- Seed#15 – Wildcard #2 – Handsworth Royals
- Seed#16 – Fraser Valley#5 – Seaquam Seahawks
- Seed#17 – Wildcard #3 – Notre Dame Jugglers
- Seed#18 – Okanagan #3 – Okanagan Mission Huskies
- Seed#19 – Van Island#2 – Brentwood College School
- Seed#20 – Van Island#3 – Shawnigan Lake School
The Draw and Schedule will be posted during the day.
Online Store closes this morning.