Draw Show

On Wednesday February 21, 2024 catch the live unveiling of the tournament seeding starting at 7pm


Admission is good for 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A Girls Basketball Provincial Tournaments happening at the Langley Events Centre and adjacent schools the week of Wednesday, February 28 to Saturday, March 2, 2024. 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 tfsetv.ca

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 2023-24 school year.


All pre-orders must be received by February 25thThe order will be delivered to team/individuals before the first game on February 28th.

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


Banquet Information

The 1A Girls banquet will be on Tuesday, February 27 at 6:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm) and tickets are $30 per person. 

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    Unity Christian Flames' Miah Schuurman drives to the hoop during her team's quarter-final win over the Kelowna Christian Knights at the BC School Sports 1A Girls Basketball Provincial Championships. Gary Ahuja photo The No. 1 seed Pacific Christian Pacers face the fifth-seed Sir Alexander Mackenzie Grizzlies in one semi-final while the other features an all-Eastern Valley battle between the defending champion Credo Christian Kodiaks and the team they beat last year, the Unity Christian Flames.
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    Credo Christian Kodiaks' Alexa Leyenhorst goes up for the lay-up during her team's opening-round win over the École Jules-Verne Albatros. Gary Ahuja photo Seven of the top eight seeds advanced on the opening day of the BC School Sports Girls 1A Basketball Championships with the lone upset coming as the 11th seed Immaculata Mustangs crashed their way into the top 8. The quarter-final round gets underway on Feb. 29 at 1:45pm with the top-seed Pacific Christian Pacers (Victoria) facing Prince
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