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01-28-2006, 05:16 PM #52Originally Posted by wing-omega5-0
02-16-2006, 10:56 PM #53
RHS IS IN PROVINCIALS FOR SURE
killarney dropped out
we played gladstone to get in
02-17-2006, 02:56 AM #54
St.Andrews (team I coach) and Claremont qualified today from Victoria. Not looking forward to the road trip!! Nice that our single A school can compete with the larger schools.
02-17-2006, 04:51 AM #55
I heard about the Killnary thing, thats just absolutely rideculous. Not even the team members want to go to provincials... such an oppurtunity.
I really feel sorry for the people who does want go
And what other regions will be sending schools to provincials? as in up north and east side BC?
02-17-2006, 07:30 PM #56
The lower fraser valley qualification tourney ended yesterday, Pinetree and Maple Ridge took first and second place.
03-04-2006, 09:55 PM #57
2006 - BC High School Provincial - Cranbrook Result
Just flew back from Cranbrook.
After 3 days of tournament, 16 qualified schools played 6 matches and the results are as follows
No.16 - Crawford Bay
No. 15 - Mt. Maker (Host School)
No. 14 - D.P. Todd
No. 13 - St Andrews
No. 12 - Burnaby Central
No. 11 - Moscrop
No. 10 - Richmond High
No. 9 - Kelowna
No. 8 - Alberni District
No. 7 - Claremont
No. 6 - MRSS
No. 5 - Pinetree
No. 4 - Cambie
Bronze Medalist - J.N. Burnett
Silver Medalist - Vancouver college/Little Flower Academy
Gold medalist - Eric Hamber
It was exciting matches in the final that VC/LFA lost a very close one to Hamber by a score of 6-5. The 6th win for Hamber was the boys doubles which went 3 games with the 3rd game score 15-13. That means Hamber just won the gold medal by a very close margin of 2 points. VC/LFA lost to Hamber 7-4 in last year's provincial in Victoria.
BTW - next years' host school will be JN Burnett in Richmond during the 1st week of March 2007.
There may be (or will be) new scoring rules in next school year. Details has yet to come. Service point system will replace current scoring and coaching will be allowed during matches. Please visit www.badmintioncanada.ca for details.
So, start practicing your serve now......because you may be just asked to serve during your next season's badminton tryout.......and suddenly, you are wondering why you didn't make the team.......lol
Last edited by badelbow; 03-04-2006 at 09:59 PM.
03-05-2006, 04:09 PM #58Originally Posted by badelbow
So many ups and downs this year, we came so close of top 8 too... but just fell short with a 7-4 lost to Cambie in the pool where the last 2 games went 3 sets, and 6-5 for 2 other games which we could've placed alot higher.
Overall it was a GREAT tournament, Mt Baker definally deserve a huge round of applause for the great organization.
See you guys again next year =)
03-07-2006, 12:57 AM #59
ur screen name, makes me think ur alan yip lol.
good games he play against cambie in the pool. i was on the benches watching.
03-11-2006, 05:16 AM #60Originally Posted by wing-omega5-0
06-13-2006, 04:45 AM #61Originally Posted by badelbow
06-13-2006, 09:40 AM #62
Know the new rules and start practicing now!!
Yap. see attachment for details on how to keep score. will be a lot of fun trying to keep score in doubles.
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