2018 BC Boys All-Star Weekend Preview


After a long season, there is still one event left on the 2018 BC basketball calendar. The 2018 BC Boys Senior All-Star Game will be held at RC Palmer in Richmond and the futures game will be at Douglas College on Sunday. The games is sure to be a tremendous showcase of the basketball talent in the province, as players from all four levels will be represented.


The All-Star game has a rich tradition in BC, with the game being held for “at least 25 to 30 years” according to B.C. High School Boys Basketball Association President Paul Eberhart. However, this is only the second year of the current format. Before, all the games were played at different locations at different times. Having it organized like this allows fans to watch all the top players at the same place and celebrate BC hoops.


The weekend will first kickoff on Saturday with a three point shooting contest, followed by a dunk contest. The first game will be at 5 pm, and will pit the best of the single A level against the AA level. The AA team will likely have its fair share of Brentwood College representatives, as MVP Brendan Sullivan and First Team All-Stars Nathan Pasioske and Bruno Chan will be on the team.


The marquee event will be the All-Star game between the AAA and Quad A levels at 7:30. The AAA actually won the game last year, will feature such standouts as Martin Djunga of Byrne Creek and Suraj Gahir of North Delta, while the Quad A team will have Miguel Tomley, the tournament’s all time leading scorer and coming fresh off his appearance in the BioSteel game on April 9th.


Not to be outdone, the futures game will take place the next day out at Douglas College. These games will be just as exciting as Saturday’s game if not more considering the depth of underage talent that was displayed at Provincials. The first game will start at 1:00 p.m. with the final one taking place at 4:30 p.m.


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1A All-Star Roster

Josh Allison — 6’4” Forward, Credo Christian

Tyler Schilling — 6'0” Guard, Barriere Secondary

Sam Pan — 5'9" Guard, St John’s Nathan Steenhof — 5'9” Guard, Bulkley Valley Christian

Quentin Onyemourdi — 5’10” Guard, BC Christian Academy John Oszust — 6'4" Forward, Golden Secondary

Harkirat Bhangu— 5'9" Guard, Khalsa School Saymon Loki — 6'5” Forward, Bulkley Valley Christian Kavneer Dhaliwal — 6'3” Forward, Osoyoos Secondary

Amrit Mangat — 6'0" Power Forward, Khalsa School



2A All-Star Roster

Nathan Pasloske — 6'4" Guard, Brentwood College Brendan Sullivan — 5'11" Guard, Brentwood College Seyoung Choi — 6’2” Guard, King George Secondary Bruno Chan — 6'2” Guard, Brentwood College Christopher Ross — 6'4” Guard, Seycove Secondary Mohab Mundadi — 6'3" Forward, King George Secondary Spencer Ledoux — 6'6" Forward, Westsyde Secondary Boris Obradovic — 6’5” Forward, King George Secondary Kobe McKnight — 6'2” Guard, Britannia Secondary Andrew Reddy — 6'3” Forward, RC Palmer Secondary



3A All-Star Roster Reid Jansen — 6'1” Guard, South Kamloops Secondary Martin Djunga — 6’2” Guard, Byrne Creek Secondary Nick Sarai — 6'2” Guard, South Kamloops Secondary Colburn Pearce — 5'11" Forward, Duchess Park Secondary Alex Wallace — 6'4" Guard, Argyle Secondary Majok Deng — 6’8" Guard, Byrne Creek Secondary Bryce Mason — 6'3” Guard, R.A. McMath Secondary Ripley Martin — 6’11” Centre, South Kamloops Secondary Werner Giovanni Manu — 6'8" Forward, Pitt Meadows Secondary Burke Brussow — 6'4” Guard, Maple Ridge Secondary

4A All-Star Roster

Jake Willemsen — 6’3” Guard, South Delta Secondary Nishad Tarak — 5'11" Guard, Belmont Secondary Bradley Braich — 6'4” Guard, Yale Secondary Vlad Mihailia — 6'5” Guard, Semiahmoo Secondary Jack Cruz-Dumont — 6'3” Guard, Vancouver College James Woods — 6’1” Guard, Walnut Grove Secondary Adam Paige — 6’7” Forward, Semiahmoo Secondary Gabriel Takeawoa — 5'11" Guard, Holy Cross Isaac Ickovich — 6'6" Centre, Belmont Secondary Jusuf Sehic — 6'7” Forward, Burnaby South Secondary

Written by: Nick Bondi

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