THE scorecard now reads 2-0 for the Handsworth Royals senior girls team in their heavyweight fight against the Argyle Pipers but both teams know there are still several rounds to come.
UBC'S War Memorial Gymnasium was the centre of the B.C. basketball universe on Saturday and for a couple of hours that universe looked a lot like North Vancouver.
The Capilano University basketball program may have a bit more of a clubby atmosphere next season as two Lower Mainland basketball academy owners have been named as the head coaches of the Blues men's and women's teams.
NORTH Shore sports royalty gathered at Park Royal Shopping Centre April 17 to hand out the hardware at the annual North Shore Sport Awards.
IT was a little more than one year ago that Allison Patterson of the Handsworth senior girls basketball team did what players all over the world do all the time - she rolled her ankle.
One horrendous half plus one hot half equalled just enough to earn a seventh consecutive North Shore AAA title for the Handsworth Royals senior girls basketball team Wednesday night when they took on the Argyle Pipers.
IN this issue of the North Shore News we race down memory lane to look back at the biggest headlines in North And West Vancouver sports from January to June, 2011.
HANDSWORTH alums Diana Lee and Kristjana Young took their one-two punch to their sport's highest level last month, helping the under-19 women's national team achieve one of the best results in the history of Canada Basketball.