Admission

Admission is good for Junior Girls, AA Girls & AAA Girls Basketball Provincial Championships happening at the Langley Events Centre the week of Wednesday, March 1 to Saturday, March 4, 2017. Will Call/Accreditation Pick Up will be at Ticket Office West (Gate 1).

Wednesday through Friday (per day)

  • Adults (19 – 64 years old) $10.00 
  • Students (13 – 18 years old) $8.00
  • Seniors (65 + years old) $8.00 
  • Youth (7 – 12 years old) $2.00
  • Children 6 and Under FREE

Saturday (all day)

  • Adults (19 – 64 years old) $12.00
  • Students (13 – 18 years old) $8.00
  • Seniors (65 + years old) $8.00 
  • Youth (7 – 12 years old) $2.00
  • Children 6 and Under FREE

Full Event Pass

  • All Ages $35.00 (Valid for each day of the event)

All Prices include applicable taxes and charges. Please note there is no outside food and beverage permitted in the facility during the tournaments.

Tickets are subject to an additional $1.00 service charge and additional processing fee when ordering online or by phone.

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FTP Downloads

Tournament games can be downloaded trough our FTP using the following login information:

ftp.langleyeventscentre.com

Username:
bball17

Password:
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Scholarships

TELUS Scholarship

The BC Secondary Schools Girls Basketball Association (BCSSGBA) and TELUS are giving away thousands of dollars in scholarships.

If you’re a basketball player in Grade 12 right now who plans on continuing your career at a post-secondary institution next year you may qualify for one of our five (5) scholarships. Visit the BCSGBA website to find out more.

Quinn Keast Scholarship 

The recognition is awarded to the ‘Most Complete Player’ and selected by the Tournament Scholarship Committee. 

A nomination letter from the player’s coach is required. It should be addressed to Christina Brown and sent by email to  cbrown@langleyeventscentre.com 

More Info About the Scholarship

Quinn Keast Foundation Website

Deadline: February 27, 2017

Tournament Links

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  • DAY 4 RECAP: #8 WINS THE AAA CHAMPIONSHIP
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        For immediate release #8 WINS THE AAA CHAMPIONSHIPTownship of Langley, BC (Saturday, March 4, 2017) The 2017 BC Secondary School AAA Girls Championship was won by the #8 seed in the tournament Saturday night. Lord Tweedsmuir went on to open the tournament by defeating #9 R.A McMath and then went on a tear defeated top-seed after top-seed. On Thursday, they upset #1 Oak Bay, on Friday they advanced passed #5 Panorama Ridge and finally on Saturday they beat #2 Abbotsford to capture the pr
  • DAY 3 RECAP: NUMBER 8 LOOKING TO BE NUMBER 1
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        For immediate release NUMBER 8 LOOKING TO BE NUMBER 1 Township of Langley, BC (Friday, March 3, 2017) The 2017 BC Secondary School AAA Girls Championship held 4 games in the championship bracket which featured the comeback kids upsetting another higher seed. The first game of the bracket was #8 Lord Tweedsmuir taking on #5 Panorama Ridge. The second game featured #2 Abbotsford against #3 Brookswood.“When you come off a huge win like we did last night, the fear is that you come out fla
  • DAY 2 RECAP: NUMBER ONE SEED UPSET AHEAD OF FINAL FOUR
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         For immediate release NUMBER ONE SEED UPSET AHEAD OF FINAL FOUR Township of Langley, BC (March 2, 2017) The 2017 BC Secondary School AAA Girls Championship held 4 games in the championship bracket which resulted in one major upset. On day after all eight of the top seeds were victorious, #8 Lord Tweedsmuir played spoiler for #1 Oak Bay. “It was an absolutely amazing evening! Two teams with opposite styles going at it, one that was big and slower and the other that was quick and sho
  • DAY 1 Recap: AAA GIRLS TOP 8 SEEDS MOVE ON
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      For immediate release AAA GIRLS TOP 8 SEEDS MOVE ONTownship of Langley, BC (February 25, 2017) The 2017 BC Secondary School AAA Girls Championship held 8 games on opening day. All eight of the top seeds were victorious and will move on in the winner’s bracket of the tournament.   “It was a terrific opening day but really when you look at it you can’t say there was a major upset in the Senior Varsity AAA group,” said Howard Tsumura. “Even though some people say they want to see s
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