Top TC b-ball players set to tip off

The depth of high school basketball talent in the Tri-Cities was affirmed by three teams, Terry Fox, Centennial and Heritage Woods, qualifying for the AAAA provincial championships in Langley last Month.

On April 23, most of that talent will be showcased at the SD43 senior boys all-star game, to be played at Gleneagle secondary school at 6 p.m.

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The two teams of graduating players will be coached by Jason Bingley, the head coach of the Gleneagle Talons, and Eugene Melnik, who guides the Pinetree Timberwolves.

“Basketball in the Tri-Cities has one of the strongest talent pools of players in the province,” said Bingley. “The all-star game… provides players, coaches and parents the opportunity to celebrate all the efforts of another great season of basketball in our community.”

Players named to the all-star game are:

Razely Deng, Gleneagle
George Dume, Gleneagle
Jaxson Abdou, Riverside
Reman Rodriguez, Riverside
Cartus Ko, Heritage Woods
Zach Hamed, Heritage Woods
Arshia Movassaghi, Heritage Woods
Ethan Price, Charles Best
Jeoffrey Nonis, Charles Best
David Mutabazi, Pinetree
Bardia Ilbeigi, PInetree
Ali Ghamat, Port Moody
Ryan Tremblay, Port Moody
Grady Stanyer, Fox
David Chien, Fox
Jaden DeLeon, Fox
Jacob Mand, Fox
Solomon Wauye, Centennial
Ivan Denyssevych, Centennial
Uria Hestdalen, Centennial

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