Admission is good for Junior, 2A, 3A and 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Tournaments happening at the Langley Events Centre and adjacent schools the week of Wednesday, March 1 to Saturday, March 4, 2023. Will Call/Accreditation Pick Up will be at Ticket Office West (Gate 1).

Doors open 1 hour prior to the first game on each respective court.

All Tournament (per day)

  • Adults (18+ years old) $18.00 
  • Full Tournament Pass $54.00
  • Students (6-17 years old) $10.00
  • Children 5 and Under FREE

All Prices include applicable taxes and charges. 



Pay Per View

Tournament games can be viewed live online through

All prices in USD.

Single day passes: $8.00
Full event Pass: $24.00

This price includes all games at all levels for that day or week, pending purchase. Purchasing either option includes access to archives for that day or event. Game remains on the website archive until at a minimum the end of the 2022-23 school year.


All pre-orders must be received by February 26th.  The order will be delivered to team/individuals before the first game on March 1st.

Limited quantities of stock will be available at the tournament. Dates subject to change.


Banquet Information

The Girls 4A banquet will be on Tuesday, February 28th at 6:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm) and tickets are $30 per person. 

  • Rapids win Riverside's first basketball championship title
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    The Riverside Rapids won 70-52 over the Walnut Grove Gators to capture the BC School Sports Girls 4A Tournament title at Langley Events Centre on March 4. Garrett James LEC photo There would be no denying the Riverside Rapids this time around. A year ago, the team came up short, falling by two points in the championship final to Terry Fox. But on Saturday night at Langley Events Centre, it was the Rapids turn to celebrate as they defeated the Walnut Grove Gators 70-52. The two teams were playin
  • Gators aim to slow Rapids in 4A final
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      The Riverside Rapids defeated the Burnaby Central Wildcats in one semi-final while the Walnut Grove Gators topped the Yale Lions in the other. The two teams will now meet for the BC School Sports 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Title at Langley Events Centre. photos courtesy of Vancouver Sports Pictures Two teams who finished second and third, respectively, in 2022, will play for the 2023 BC School Sports 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Tournament title. Both the Walnut Grove Gators and Riversi
  • Gators, Lions in one semi-final while Wildcats face Rapids in the other
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    Members of the Walnut Grove Gators celebrate during their come-from-behind victory in Thursday's quarter-final contest at the BC School Sports 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Championships. photo courtesy of Vancouver Sports Pictures  It is down to the final four at the BC School Sports 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Championships. The top seed Walnut Grove Gators needed a late-game rally and overtime to survive as they knocked off the No. 9 Claremont Spartans 79-72. Kiera Pemberton continued h
  • Spartans shock Bulldogs, bust through to Elite Eight
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    The Claremont Spartans upset the Sir Winston Churchill Bulldogs in round. Gary Ahuja LEC photo Seven of the top eight seeds advanced on day one of the BC School Sports 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Championships at Langley Events Centre. One year ago, Kiera Pemberton averaged nearly 42 points per game at the 2022 4A Girls Tournament, and in Wednesday’s opening round game, she picked up right where she left off, scoring 44 points at the No. 1 Gators crushed the 16th-seed Mount Baker Wild 97-3
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