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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:00 am

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Terry Fox Spring League

Walnut Grove beat Pitt Meadows in Finals. Terry Fox split squad beat Heritage Wood in 3rd place game. MEI looks to be very competitive next year as does Fox. Etienne did not participate with Mouat so their results were not very good.

Have not seen MEI play, I was wondering about this Valley squad with only 2 or 3 graduating players and finishing third behind Grove and Mouat in the Abbotsford West Division last season. How do they play? Players to look out for?
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:53 am

Their uptempo, transition and play an agressive attacking style of play on D and O. Can shoot the long ball and have a few strong guards led by the boys from Colorado.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Thu Jun 06, 2013 11:16 am

Want to share what I heard from folks who been to spring league and other tournaments.

From spring league, the teams that was impressive was Terry fox and MEI. Although both lost out at the end, has great potential to become a contender out of FV. Not that teams like tammy, grove and Mouat are not. They are already known to all but Fox and Mei are sleepers. Have not seen Sardis and Tammy although heard tammy's core group is playing for athelite. Also heard Mouat and grove never had full roster on any day. Many days Tristen (all games), corey and Jadon were not there due to club ball commitments. So no one knows how they look like with full roster. Pitt has valuable tools to be decent. There wil be a tournament coming up for valley teams in July and will be able to see Gleneagle and Sardis in it.







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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Fri Jun 07, 2013 4:50 pm

This is based on the Tier Breakdown on the BC Boys Basketball website, and last seasons zone breakdown.
This post is pure speculation on what next years AAAA landscape will look like.

PROJECTED ZONE BREAKDWON
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Fraser Valley (31 Teams)

Fraser Valley East (7 Teams)
Chilliwack Sr.
Sardis
Yale
MEI
Walnut Grove
W.J. Mouat
Lord Tweedsmuir (as per Hurtubise_HC)

Fraser Valley Central (8 Teams)
Enver Creek
Johnston Heights
Kwantlen Park
Queen Elizabeth
L.A. Matheson
Holy Cross (up from AA)
Fraser Heights (as per Hurtubise_HC)
North Surrey (as per Hurtubise_HC)

Fraser Valley North (8 Teams)
Centennial
Gleneagle
Heritage Woods
Pinetree
Pitt Meadows
Terry Fox
Riverside
Port Moody

Fraser Valley SouthWest (8 Teams)
Delta Secondary
Earl Marriott
Elgin Park
Ecole Panorama Ridge
Semiahmoo
Seaquam
South Delta
Tamanawis
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Lower Mainland (16 teams)

Independent (2 Teams)
Vancouver College
St. Georges

Vancouver East (4 Teams)
David Thompson
Killarney
Vancouver Technical
Windermere

Vancouver West (4 Teams)
Eric Hamber
Kitsilano
Sir Winston Churchill
Prince of Wales

Bby/New West (5 Teams)
Burnaby Mountain
Burnaby South
Burnaby North
Moscrop
New Westminster

Richmond (1 Team)
Richmond
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How Sound (4 Teams)
Sentinel
West Vancouver
Handsworth
Argyle
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Vancouver Island (9 Teams)

Van Island North (4 Teams)
Alberni District
Cowichan
Georges P. Vanier
Dover Bay

Van Island south (5 Teams)
Belmont
Claremont
Oak Bay
Spectrum Community
Mount Douglas
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Kootenay (1 Team)
Mount Baker
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Okanagan (5 Teams)
Mount Boucherie
Rutland Sr
Salmon Arm
Penticton
Kelowna
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North Central (2 Teams)
Prince George
Correlieu
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PROJECTED BERTHING BREAKDOWN

68 Total Teams

Based on 16 Berths to Provincials
Fraser Valley, 31 Teams-7 Berths
Lower Mainland, 16 Teams-3 Berths
Van Island, 9 Teams-2 Berths
Okanagan, 5 Teams-1 Berth
Howe Sound, 4 Teams-1 Automatic Berth
Kootenay, 1 Team-1 Automatic Berth
North Central, 2 Teams-1 Automatic Berth
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(68 teams divided by 16 berths equals 1 berth for every 4.25 teams.
This means that any zone with 4 or less teams receives an automatic berth.
With the automatic berths and teams in those zones removed there are now 61 teams and 13 berths remaining.
This means that the remaining teams will get 1 berth for every 4.6923 teams.)
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Based on 20 Berths to Provincials
Fraser Valley, 31 Teams-9 Berths
Lower Mainland, 16 Teams-4 Berths
Van Island, 9 Teams-3 Berths
Okanagan, 5 Teams-1 Berth
Howe Sound, 4 Teams-1 Berth
Kootenay, 1 Team-1 Automatic Berth
North Central, 2 Teams-1 Automatic Berth
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(68 teams divided by 20 berths equals 1 berth for every 3.4 teams.
This means that any zone with 3 or less teams receives an automatic berth.
With the automatic berths and teams in those zones removed there are now 65 teams and 18 berths remaining.
This means that the remaining teams will get 1 berth for every 3.61 teams.)
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This was the berthing calculation used last season.


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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:54 pm

There will some team movement from FV north to abbotsford east/west. Most likely, Fraser heights and north surrey are the teams that will be moved. Maple ridge, west view, brookswood, abbotsford secondary will also be there.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Sat Jun 08, 2013 1:52 am

Fraser valley AAAA is set divisionally there are 31 teams and four divisions
LT is in the East
Fraser heights and N surrey are in the central
M ridge, west view, brookswood and Abby are AAA
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Sat Jun 08, 2013 3:11 am

Hurtubise_HC wrote:
Fraser valley AAAA is set divisionally there are 31 teams and four divisions
LT is in the East
Fraser heights and N surrey are in the central
M ridge, west view, brookswood and Abby are AAA

You may be right but LT to east doesn't make sense. I don't understand how it is drawn up. But if you go by common sense and draw a boundary in the graph, Fraser heights and north surrey is more closer to East and LT is very much in central. But east looks tough zone indeed.

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PostSubject: Updated Pre-Season Top 10 (as of August 2013)   Mon Aug 12, 2013 4:55 pm

The Summer circuit in officially over, now we can put our eyes squarely on the upcoming inaugural AAAA Sr. Boys Basketball season.
The season should be wide open much like last yr. with vaious teams trading off at the top at one point or another during the year.
Over the last few months I've flip flopped some teams around, but after the summer club circuit I do believe Tammy will be the team to beat to start the season.
Also with the chatter of Bennett-Boire's return to Yale I had to put them back in the top 5, Jauquin is the motor of that squad and with the ever improving Jas Gill, their guard duo will be tough to match.
As I've seen comments regarding Mouats lack of bench, I droppeed them out of my top spot as I myself am starting to have concerns about their depth after looking over their probable roster.
I've posted who I think might be probable starters for each team in my top ten, and their top key reserve, I'd love to hear if any other posters opinions differ who are more familiar with certain teams.

My Ranking. School (Howards Pre-Season Ranking)

1. Tamanawis (1)
Projected Starters:
G 5'8" Parm Bains
G 5'10" Sukhraj Biring
F 6'5" Sukjot Bains
F 6'5" Harnoor Sangha
C 6'9" Sukhman Sandhu
Key Reserve:
G 6'1" Nav Torr
F 6'3" Harj Grewal

2. WJ Mouat (2)
Projected Starters:
G 5'9" Corey Hauck
G 5'10" Manveer Dhillon
F 6'3" Randi Bassi
F 6'4" Jamie Bains
C 6'9" Tristan Etienne
Key Reserve:
F 6'3" Ben Klammer

3. Walnut Grove (4)
Projected Starters:
G 6'4" Jadon Cohee
G 5'10" Varun Kumar
G 6'0" Tom Guingab
G 5'10" Lucas Hodgson
C 6'5" Tyler Anderson
Key Reserve(s):
F 6'1" Zephan McMillan
G 6'0" Trevor Siemenatski
F 6'3" Bryce Derton

4. Holy Cross (NR)
Projected Starters:
G 6'2 Taylor Browne
G 6'1 Brandon Pereira
F 6'5" Stanley Maduabueke
F 6'5" Henry Maduabueke
C 6'7" Bright Dododza
Key Reserve(s):
F 6'7" Jon Kongbo
G 5'11 Alex Asperin

5. Yale (3)
Projected Starters:
G 5'9" Jas Gill
G 6'1" Jauquin Bennett-Boire
G 6'1" Ashton Kendall
F 6'4" Paul Baadsvik
C 6'8" Patrick Vandervelden
Key Reserve:
G 6'3" Sasha Otanga

6. Gleneagle (8 )
Projected Starters:
G 5'8" Brenden Bailey
G 5'11" Cordell Parker
G 6'0" Tarik Scott
F 6'5" Denver Sparks Guest
C 6'9" Grant Gailbraith
Key Reserve:
F 6'0" Matthew Goroza

7. Sir Winston Churchill (10)
Projected Starters:
G 6'3" Izaiah Ugoaloah
G 6'0" Karn Virk
G 5'11" Gary Minhas
F 6'4" Mindy Minhas
F 6'4" Pavan Kular
Key Reserve:
F 6'2" Harry Liu
G 5'9" Lambert Pajayon

8. Burnaby South (7)
Projected Starters:
G 6'4" Jermaine Haley
G 6'0" Martin Bogajev
G 6'0" Taylor Smith
F 6'4" Djorde Obradovic
F 6'4" Nic Trnic
Key Reserve:
G 5'10" JC Pineda

9. Terry Fox (6)
Projected Starters:
G 5'8" Jomari Reyes
G 5'10" Andy Seo
F 5'11" Liam Hancock
F 6'1" Nic Hughes
F 6'3" Mike West
Key Reserve:
F 6'2" Dominik Matas

10. Sardis (5)
Projected Starters:
G 5'10" Grayden Northey
G 5'10" Scott Fitzsimmons
F 6'3" Eric Rogers
F 6'3" Cam Servatius
F 6'7" Hayden Lejeune
Key Reserve:
G 6'0" Evan Kellington


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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:32 pm

JesusShuttlesworth wrote:
The Summer circuit in officially over, now we can put our eyes squarely on the upcoming inaugural AAAA Sr. Boys Basketball season.
The season should be wide open much like last yr. with vaious teams trading off at the top at one point or another during the year.
Over the last few months I've flip flopped some teams around, but after the summer club circuit I do believe Tammy will be the team to beat to start the season.
Also with the chatter of Bennett-Boire's return to Yale I had to put them back in the top 5, Jauquin is the motor of that squad and with the ever improving Jas Gill, their guard duo will be tough to match.
As I've seen comments regarding Mouats lack of bench, I droppeed them out of my top spot as I myself am starting to have concerns about their depth after looking over their probable roster.
I've posted who I think might be probable starters for each team in my top ten, and their top key reserve, I'd love to hear if any other posters opinions differ who are more familiar with certain teams.
What do the number in parentheses denote? Is it your prior rankings or Howards?
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Aug 12, 2013 6:37 pm

JesusShuttlesworth wrote:
The Summer circuit in officially over, now we can put our eyes squarely on the upcoming inaugural AAAA Sr. Boys Basketball season.
The season should be wide open much like last yr. with vaious teams trading off at the top at one point or another during the year.
Over the last few months I've flip flopped some teams around, but after the summer club circuit I do believe Tammy will be the team to beat to start the season.
Also with the chatter of Bennett-Boire's return to Yale I had to put them back in the top 5, Jauquin is the motor of that squad and with the ever improving Jas Gill, their guard duo will be tough to match.
As I've seen comments regarding Mouats lack of bench, I droppeed them out of my top spot as I myself am starting to have concerns about their depth after looking over their probable roster.
I've posted who I think might be probable starters for each team in my top ten, and their top key reserve, I'd love to hear if any other posters opinions differ who are more familiar with certain teams.

My Ranking. School (Howards Pre-Season Ranking)

1. Tamanawis (1)
Projected Starters:
G Sukhraj Biring
G Nav Torr
F Sukjot Bains
F Harnoor Sangha
C Sukhman Sandhu
Key Reserve:
F Harj Grewal

2. WJ Mouat (2)
Projected Starters:
G Corey Hauck
G Manveer Dhillon
F Jamie Bains
F Randi Bassi
C Tristan Etienne
Key Reserve:
F Ben Klammer

3. Walnut Grove (4)
Projected Starters:
G Jadon Cohee
G Varun Kumar
F Bryce Derton
F Zephan McMillan
C Tyler Anderson
Key Reserve:
G Trevor Siemenatski

4. Holy Cross (NR)
Projected Starters:
G Taylor Browne
G Brandon Periera
F Stanley Maduabeuke
F Henry Maduabueke
C Bright Dododza
Key Reserve:
F Jon Kongbo

5. Yale (3)
Projected Starters:
G Jas Gill
G Jauquin Bennett-Boire
G Ashton Kendall
F Paul Baadsvik
C Patrick Vandervelden
Key Reserve:
G Sasha Otanga

6. Gleneagle (8 )
Projected Starters:
G Brenden Bailey
G Cordell Parker
G Tarik Scott
F Denver Sparks Guest
C Grant Gailbraith
Key Reserve:
F Matthew Goroza

7. Sir Winston Churchill (10)
Projected Starters:
G Izaiah Ugoaloah
G Karn Virk
G Gary Minhas
F Mindy Minhas
F Pavan Kular
Key Reserve:
G Harry Liu

8. Burnaby South (7)
Projected Starters:
G Jermaine Haley
G Martin Bogajev
G Taylor Smith
F Djorde Obradovic
F Nic Trnic
Key Reserve:
G JC Pineda

9. Terry Fox (6)
Projected Starters:
G Jomari Reyes
G Andy Seo
F Liam Hancock
F Nic Hughes
F Mike West
Key Reserve:
F Dominik Matas

10. Sardis (5)
Projected Starters:
G Grayden Northey
G Scott Fitzsimmons
F Eric Rogers
F Cam Servatius
F Hayden Lejeune
Key Reserve:
G Scott Fitzsimmons
Gleneagle starting lineup looks as strong as anyones! they might be ranked a little higher.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:07 pm

Valley looks tough, Pitt will also be very strong this year.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:09 pm

JLivingston wrote:
What do the number in parentheses denote? Is it your prior rankings or Howards?
( ) = Howards pre-season rankings

BB fanatic wrote:
Gleneagle starting lineup looks as strong as anyones! they might be ranked a little higher.
Agreed. Gleneagle has an imposing starting 5, very inconsistent last season, but all the talent in the world to have a a breakout season, if coach Scott can get the most out of his players they will definately challenge for the top spot. Bailey is an extremely quick, shifty guard who can make plays for others, Parker is a knock down shooter who is fearless on his drives to the rim, Scott can be an effective floor general when needed and can knock down open jumpers, Spark-Guest is a smooth operator on the floor with an effortless game, and Gailbraith if he can stay conditioned and out of foul trouble can be an imposing force in the middle. My sleeper pick last season, hope they can play up to thier abilities, as shown by their upsets of #1 ranked squads last yr., a team to watch.

22rebel wrote:
Valley looks tough, Pitt will also be very strong this year.
I'm not too familiar with the Pitt squad aside from Graham Smith, who was dominant at the Jr. level last season, would love to hear about the Pitt squad if you have anything to add.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Aug 12, 2013 7:38 pm

MEI and Sardis will be teams to keep a close eye on in the Fraser Valley. It may even be more competitive than it was last year as so many teams are close on paper.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Aug 13, 2013 1:07 am

I have never seen Tamanawis play. How does Bains compare to Mindy?
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:42 am

Bains is long and lanky, packed on some muscle. He's better at getting to the hoop and better handles for a 6'5. Mindy has the intangibles over him but Sukhjot is a better player overall.
MEI will be strong next year, as will Semi. And Jesus Torr won't start, Parm Bains is their PG and their 2nd option. I believe every team is in for a competitive year, no easy wins anywhere it seems.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Aug 13, 2013 11:44 am

JesusShuttlesworth wrote:
JLivingston wrote:
What do the number in parentheses denote? Is it your prior rankings or Howards?
( ) = Howards pre-season rankings  
Disclaimer First: Like everybody in this forum, most teams appear even on paper but intangibles like past year play off experiences, team chemistry, competitive schedules, coaching, leadership will separate the teams.  Barring injuries, this will be my ranking.

1. Tammy - I like this team on paper and they have all the pieces in place.  

1. Yale - Joint favorites with Tammy. Play off tested team and on paper, looks menacing.

3. Grove:  One thing I can guarantee that Cohees (Sr & Jr) will not leave the HS scene without making a statement. This will be their year. Excellent coaching, battle tested, last 2 year final experiences(huge edge). They also got all pieces in place.  Not a huge difference between the top 3 teams. If this is Coach Bergen's final year, all other teams have to be worried.

4. Mouat: They always find a niche to peak out at the right time. They might lose many games in the beginning of the season and underperforming and many will write them off. But they will be ready by March. They will be one of the team of final four on Friday.

5. Churchil: Cannot underestimate Mindy and his support players. They will be the Vancouver champions for sure.

6. Gleneagle: Repeat Jesus comment on them.

7. Sardis : Play off tested team and huge potential to upset some teams above.

8. Kelowna Owls: Underrated team and capable of upsetting any team on given day.

9. Burnaby South: They will make lot of noises in the beginning of the season but can they sustain until March?

10. Holy cross: First time playing at 4A. Lack of experience is their weakness but they have got enough skill to overcome.

11. Claremont: Best team out of Island. Will trouble lot of mainland teams.

12. Fox/ Pitt / Heritage / MEI : Very good teams and will not go without solid efforts. Coaching is their forte. One of these teams will end up within 6 at the end.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Aug 13, 2013 12:27 pm

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3. Grove:  One thing I can guarantee that Cohees (Sr & Jr) will not leave the HS scene without making a statement. This will be their year. Excellent coaching, battle tested, last 2 year final experiences(huge edge). They also got all pieces in place.  Not a huge difference between the top 3 teams. If this is Coach Bergen's final year, all other teams have to be worried.
Great insight on all your points, but the one point i wholeheartedly agree with is the point you made about Grove. I truly believe even after graduating 6 key rotation players in Josh Mayorga, Paul Getz, Sam Shin, Brad Hoffman, Sheldon Derton and David Wolde-Mariam that Jadon Cohee in his last high school season will not go quietly into that good night. After being THE dominant figure in Sr boys basketball the last two years Jadon's confidence and will to win are bar none a notch above the other top players in the province, he has done it on the court not just on paper and was a possesion away as a 10th grader from being a Provincial Champ and MVP two years in a row. But let's sit back and enjoy the abundance of great talent playing in BC this upcoming season, and Cohee for his part and this not hyperbole by any means is one the very best high school players to ever step foot on a BC court. Enjoy it while it lasts, a great season to look forward to.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Aug 13, 2013 12:46 pm

JesusShuttlesworth wrote:
JLivingston wrote:

3. Grove:  One thing I can guarantee that Cohees (Sr & Jr) will not leave the HS scene without making a statement. This will be their year. Excellent coaching, battle tested, last 2 year final experiences(huge edge). They also got all pieces in place.  Not a huge difference between the top 3 teams. If this is Coach Bergen's final year, all other teams have to be worried.
Great insight on all your points, but the one point i wholeheartedly agree with is the point you made about Grove. I truly believe even after graduating 6 key rotation players in Josh Mayorga, Paul Getz, Sam Shin, Brad Hoffman, Sheldon Derton and David Wolde-Mariam that Jadon Cohee in his last high school season will not go quietly into that good night. After being THE dominant figure in Sr boys basketball the last two years Jadon's confidence and will to win are bar none a notch above the other top players in the province, he has done it on the court not just on paper and was a possesion away as a 10th grader from being a Provincial Champ and MVP two years in a row. But let's sit back and enjoy the abundance of great talent playing in BC this upcoming season, and Cohee for his part and this not hyperbole by any means is one the very best high school players to ever step foot on a BC court. Enjoy it while it lasts, a great season to look forward to.
Thx for the Credit.  I endorse your statement " Enjoy it while it lasts ". THE CLASS OF 2014 IS TRULY IMPRESSIVE.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:30 pm

Nimrit Plaha formerly from Panorama Ridge transferring to Tamanawis for his gr.12 year. Hear he will play for the Tammy Sr squad, adding to an already deep talent laden team. Plaha is an aggressive attack oriented pg/sg who has 3 point range and can facilitate on offense. He is a Major pick up for a Tammy squad already pegged as the pre-season #1, reminiscent of the Grove squad picking up Mayorga on their way to the Provincial Championship last season, Plaha is an Impact player.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Thu Aug 29, 2013 11:04 pm

I heard about Nimrit transferring to Tammy also, but I was under the impression he would have to sit out the season. How do you transfer to a school that is literally blocks away from Panarama Ridge in his senior year and still be eligible to play?
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:55 am

1. Tammy- Will be tough to beat. Had some team issues late last year which affected their play immensely. Won’t happen this year!
2. Walnut grove- This team plays club ball all year round and will come out of the gates fast. Chemistry and Jadon will lead this team to lofty heights!
3. Yale- The return of Jauquin, and the huge development of Patrick Vanderveden their 6’-10” center, will propel this team back to the provincials! (Still rumors that Jauquin may not return).
4. Gleneagle- Possibly the best starting five in high school basketball. Denver, TK, Grant, Brendan, Cordell,are talented kids and won’t disappoint!
5. Mouat- Some great talent surrounded with role players, Can they get these role players to play their role? If they do, could be real good!
6. Sardis- Pretty much the same scenario as Mouat. Hayden and Erick can play with the best of them. They are provincial bound!
7. Holy cross- Wow, every team should be scared to meet this team in the playoffs…loads of talent!
 
8. Churchill – Mindy, does anymore needed to be said?… well how about his Brother Gary and then theirs Karn. (Will get better as the year goes on).
9. Claremont- Alex Jordache and Taylor Montgomery Stinson can ball and will lead Claremont off the island.
10. Burnaby South- Martin Bogajev could be the best shooter in high school. When hot, he can win games all on his own. They will compete with everyone.
11. MEI- Not much is known about this team, other than they have good coaching and a lot of last year grade 11 players having bigger roles this year. They will also compete day in and day out. Look for them to surprise a lot of teams!
12. Kelowna Owls- They still have Buzz Truss, and they always seem to come up with big talented players. Should be fun to see what they do this year!
13. Pitt- They have one of the best high school coaches ever to coach in BC. Should not under estimate this team come playoff time!
14.Fox- has a great program and will probably finish anywhere from #5 to 10 spot!
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Sep 02, 2013 12:59 am

Yes, I would like to know how this kid can be eligible to play for Tamanawis? Didn't he play for Athelite club team, which has the majority of Tammy players and same coaching staff. Sounds like Tammy is trying to bolster their club. A kid moving across the country is different then a kid going across the street to a school that is ranked high. I would not be surprised if there aren't some protest this year as their has been a few questionable transfers.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Tue Sep 03, 2013 12:43 am

I don't know. I've mixed opinions on transferring to nearby school. While I am very confident that arranging fool-proof docs is easy for the parties involved, the transfer is definitely reeks of influences.
But I have to admit that this is prerogative of the kid to go to any school he wants. Past 2 years,
it is very tough to get approval. Grove didn't get luckier when a kid transferred from Terrace but a
transfer from Ontario is approved because the causes for the transfer is bonafide. It is going to be
interesting to see what will happen to the kids transferred this year to Holy cross, Tammy and Mouat.
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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Sep 09, 2013 1:08 pm

Hear Nimrit Plahas transfer to Tammy did not go through as planned and is currently enrolled and going to school still at Panorama Ridge as of the first week of school.

Also Jauquin Bennett Boire officially not at Yale this year, and currently back in Saskatchewan, at Bishop James Magoney H.S.

Jon Kongbo enrolled and currently taking classes at Holy Cross for his Sr yr, not 100% sure in his athletic status for the school though.

And buzz around the Valley that they will likely lose a Provincial berth this season, now looking like 5/6 berths? for the BCs, crazy as as many as 9 of the top ten teams in BC are in the Valley, will be a dog fight for those spots and some big teams will likely miss out.


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PostSubject: Re: AAAA Top 10 predictions 2013-2014   Mon Sep 09, 2013 4:55 pm

JesusShuttlesworth wrote:

And buzz around the Valley that they will likely lose a Provincial berth this season, now looking like 5/6 berths? for the BCs, crazy as as many as 9 of the top ten teams in BC are in the Valley, will be a dog fight for those spots and some big teams will likely miss out.
Do you know of the rest of the Provincial berths in AAAA, AAA, AA, and A?
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