No. 2 ranked Walnut Grove ousted No. 1 ranked Yale Secondary with an 86-73 win over the Lions to claim the Fraser Valley East division title Saturday night in Triple-A boys basketball.
In a fight for supremacy of the hardwood, the local Lions of Yale Secondary came up against a fierce rival, the Lions of Fairfax High School in the annual Snowball basketball final Saturday night.
The 53rd annual Snowball Basketball Tournament kicked off Wednesday with 12 top teams from around B.C. along with highly ranked Fairfax High School from Los Angeles, and their top recruits Chauncy Hill and Reggie Theus Jr.
Six local high school football players will be part of the U18 36-player Team BC roster that will represent British Columbia at the FBU International Games as part of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Week in San Antonio, Texas Dec. 30 to Jan. 6.
It was billed as Super Saturday and the Abbotsford Police Department's fourth annual City Basketball Tournament finals did not disappoint.
The Mission Roadrunners defeated Abby Senior 22-8 to claim the championship in junior varsity Double-A football Saturday at B.C. Place Stadium.
The fourth annual Abbotsford City Police Basketball Tournament runs Dec. 5 - 8 at several venues around town for grades 8 - 12. Abbotsford Traditional will host the Grade 8 boys and girls; UFV will host juniors at the Envision Athletic Centre and Abby Senior will host seniors.
Abby Senior's junior varsity football team advanced to the Double-A provincial semifinals after an impressive 41-8 victory over Nanaimo District Secondary last week.
The Mission Roadrunners are on track for another undefeated season in the Double-A Eastern Conference with a convincing 49-7 win over the Langley Saints on Saturday in Mission.
It's back to the future for Abbotsford's newest school building as Abbotsford Collegiate will once again become Abbotsford Senior Secondary School come September.
It may not have been a typical school day, but thousands of Abbotsford Senior and Collegiate alumni packed their alma mater Saturday to pay tribute to their old stomping grounds.
Two local women who are also cancer survivors and authors will be heading off to Washington, D.C. in early October after being nominated for a prestigious award at the Global Woman Summit.