The bridesmaids finally tried on the fancy dresses in Kamloops last weekend.
Everyone wants to knock off the top ranked team, a situation that puts the Holy Cross Crusaders squarely in the crosshairs of rivals when the provincial class AA boys and girls basketball tournaments get begin in Kamloops tomorrow (March 6).
The Holy Cross Crusaders honoured one of their family by winning all three games they played in the inaugural Tessa's Tournament.
Another weekend, another tournament title. Such has been the fate of the highflying Holy Cross Crusaders senior boys basketball team of late.
The Holy Cross Crusaders climbed into top spot in the rankings for class AA senior boys basketball teams with a landmark win last weekend.
The Fleetwood Park Dragons were breathing fire from outside the arc Saturday as they ended the Holy Cross Crusaders' two-year title streak in the championship final of the Surrey Firefighters Goodwill Senior Girls' Basketball Classic.
After a dozen years of hosting Surrey's premier female high school sports event, the Surrey Firefighters are still amazed by the kids who suit up for their annual Goodwill Basketball Classic.
The playoff dreams of senior boys football teams from Surrey and North Delta crashed to earth with a resounding thud as all three teams were ousted in the opening round of the post season by a combined score of 161-63.
Surrey and North Delta teams are not riding waves of momentum into the senior boys football playoffs this week.
The South Delta Sun Devils will win their final conference game on Friday to complete a perfect regular season. The only question is: By how many points?
The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers can hold their own against the best teams in the province - the trick now is figuring out how to beat those teams.
Officially it was a late season high school exhibition game to fulfill a bye week on their schedule.
The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers find themselves in unfamiliar territory as part of a three-way tie for top spot in B.C. High School Football's AAA Eastern Conference standings.
Cats are supposed to hate water, but that rule clearly doesn't apply to the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers.
The Holy Cross Crusaders overcame a sputtering start to pull out a narrow 21-20 win over the Hugh Boyd Trojans in high school senior boys class AA football action in Richmond Friday.
The New Westminster Hyacks stepped off their bus and into a buzz saw in Cloverdale last Friday afternoon.
The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers found their offensive mojo in time to close out the exhibition season with a 35-20 win over the Kelowna Owls in high school class AAA football action Friday in Cloverdale.
In what has become an annual rite of spring, the Holy Cross Crusaders are heading to Kamloops in the first week of March.
Eighteen years is a short time to spend on this earth, but Tessa Beauchamp made the most of her time here.