Tamanawis named BC Sports Hub's number 1 team of 2017/2018


Check out some of our 2017/2018 highlights


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Congratulations to Jeevan Sidhu for being named to team BC for the upcoming U17 Nationals being held in Kamloops, BC. The tournament runs August 6th-11th. Check out Jeevan's junior year highlights


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuwZsOPn29Y





















Congratulations to Josiah Lal on signing with CBC





















Congratulations to Miguel Tomley who has been named an All-Canadian and will play in the Biosteel All-Canadian game April 9 on TSN.


Checkout Miguel's senior year highlights. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4__A8QD-H8




















                                                    2017/18 Season in Review


                                            Record: 28-4 (Canada) 3-4 (USA)


                                   Fraser Valley Southwest league champions


                                   Fraser Valley Southwest playoff champions


                                                Fraser Valley 4A Champions


                                                    Provincial 4A - 3rd place




Dec 17, 2017


The Wildcats moved to 2-0 in league play after beating Elgin park 100-43, followed by a more closely contested 66-61 victory over Semiahmoo. The Wildcats look to go 3-0 in league this Tuesday when they visit Seaquam for an 8:00 pm tip-off. The Wildcats will then take on Washington State's 5th ranked team the Wilson Rams on Thursday night at 5:00 pm in the Showare Center in Kent, WA.


Dec 10, 2017


The Wildcats completed their first two weeks of the season 2-0 against BC competition and 3-3 against American Competition. The Wildcats Beat Fraser Valley North opponents Centennial in front of a good home crowd to open the season and followed that up with a win over #5 ranked WJ Mouat 91-69. The Wildcats took to the road to play Ferndale and Lynden Christian before heading to California. The Wildcats got down early against Ferndale, but were able to battle back and secure the 3 point victory. The night before leaving for California the Wildcats took on the Washington 1A power Lynden Christian. The Wildcats were up after one quarter and down 7 at half. The Lyncs came out hot in the second half and were able to extend their lead to 14 points with 3:45 left in the 4th quarter. After an injury to Jeevan SIdhu and a new line-up on the floor the Lyncs hit four 4 pointers in the last 3 minutes to blow open the game. The Wildcats arrived in LA Sunday and took in a UCLA basketball game (pictures on instagram) before heading to Knott's Berry Farm on Monday. The Wildcats came out very sluggish against Edison and would lose their first game of the tournament. With a chance to still win our pool the Wildcats came out on fire against #11 Southern California ranked Trabuco Hills. The game was tied at half, but the Mustangs were able to pull away in the second half while shooting 11-15 in the second half from 3. The Wildcats next took on Costa Mesa where they were able to secure the victory, before taking on an ultra aggressive Westminster squad. The Wildcats would be down by as many as 13 late in the third quarter before an extended run in the fourth quarter allowed them to get the defensive stop at the buzzer to win by a point. Miguel Tomley was named to the tournament first team allstars.


April 16, 2016


Congratulations to Miguel Tomley. The 10th grade guard was selected to play in the underclassmen Biosteel All-Canadian game in Toronto. Tomley scored 10 points in the game, while also finishing 2nd in the 3 point shoot-out. 


​April 4, 2016


Congratulations to both Gary Sahota and Sagar Dulay for being selected to the BC high school all-star game as well as the Surrey RCMP all-star game. (Gary was unable to compete in the Surrey game) Sgar Dulay was awarded a RCMP scholarship. Both players will end their BC high school careers April 16th at the Provincial all-star game hosted by the LEC. Game time is 7pm, admission is free.


March 15, 2016


The Wildcats entered the 2016 Provincial tournament as both the 3 seed and the youngest team in the tournament after winning the always tough Fraser Valley conference tournament. The Wildcats were matched up with North Peace in the opening round and came out the gates on fire in the first half of the 8:30am game jumping all over the Oscars of North Peace by a final score of 113-71. Miguel Tomley was named player of the game after having scored 38 points in 16 minutes of play. Sagar Dulay added 12 assists. Next up for the Wildcats in the Elite 8 was the Blue Demons of Kitsilano. The Wildcats were able to get by the Lower Mainland 2 seed by a score of 78-70. The Wildcats faced off against WJ Mouat for the third time this season in the 4a boys`semi-final and after having a 12 point lead on 3 separate occasions, WJ Mouat made a late run and took the lead with under 12 seconds to go. Off a side line set, Miguel Tomley was fouled attacking the rim and knocked in both free-throws. WJ Mouat`s last second shot attempt was blocked by Sagar Dulay and Fanta Lado was able to come up with the rebound to secure the 82-81 victory. The Cats`took on the number 1 seed Kelowna Owls in the final in front of over 4400 fans at the LEC. The young Wildcats came out a little nervous in the opening quarter and missed 3 lay ins and trailed 22-12 after the first quarter. The Owls opened a lead in the second quarter and hit a 3 pointer with 8 seconds left to go to the locker room with a 16 point lead. The Wildcats came out of half time and did a much better job defensively and cut the Owls lead to 5. In the fourth quarter the Cats hovered around a 7 point deficit until the 7:30 mark when Kelowna hit back to back threes and extended the lead, which they held the rest of the game. The Wildcats lost 87-72 and finish 2nd in the Province. 10th grader Miguel Tomley was named 1st team all-star and 12th grader Sagar Dulay was named to the 2nd team.


February 29, 2016


The Wildcats are Fraser Valley Champions!! After completing a second half comeback the night prior to knock-off Holy Cross 82-78, the Wildcats set their sights on their second Fraser Valley banner in three years. The Wildcats were able to push the tempo most of the game and after first half foul trouble that saw two starters forced to the bench, the Wildcats came out of the half-time break  quickly to  erase an 8 point deficit. The game was filled with big shots from both teams, but in the end the Wildcats were able to come-up with a stop as the clock expired. Miguel Tomley was named tournament MVP, Gary Sahota was named 1st team all-star and Sagar Dulay was named 2nd team all-star. The win marks the 2nd championship in 3 years for the Wildcats. The Wildcats are the only Surrey Public School to win the championship since North Surrey in 1983.


February 25, 2016


The Wildcats are Provincial tournament bound!! The Wildcats entered the Fraser Valley tournament with the #2 seed and a first round bye. The Wildcats took out Centennial with a 97-50 victory on Friday night. The Cats then earned a 81-71 victory over Yale to qualify for the Provincials. The Wildcats will take on Holy Cross Thursday night at Heritage Woods in Port Moody, tip off 8:15 pm.


February 17, 2016


The Wildcats are Fraser Valley Southwest league champs again!! After taking out Fleetwood Park, the Wildcats knocked off neighbouring Panorama Ridge, top become the 2016 league champions. The Wildcats received a first round bye and will take on the winner of Centennial and Pinetree Friday night at home. 


February 11, 2016


The Wildcats completed league play with wins over EMS and Panorama,  before losing to Sentinel. With the wins the Wildcats won the league and the right to host the Fraser Valley Southwest playoffs. This is the 4th time in the last 5 years the Wildcats have won the Fraser Valley Southwest regular season crown. In that time the WIldcats regular season record is 36-1. The Wildcats host Fleetwood Thursday night at 6:30pm in the second round of the Fraser Valley Southwest tournament.


February 1, 2016 


The Wildcats came out of their exam break and travelled to Coquitlam to take on the Centennial Centaurs on Thursday night. The Wildcats came out slow, with everyone getting in the game in the first half. After the half-time break the Wildcats came out ready to play and beat their Fraser Valley North opponent 86-57. The Wildcats take on EMS, Panorama and Sentinel this week to close out the regular season. 



January 25, 2016


The Wildcats moved to 4-0 in league play with wins over South Delta and Fleetwood Park. A short-handed squad fell to Oak Bay at UBC on Saturday. The Wildcats built a 10 point lead at the end of the first q, but poor execution in the last minute of the 2nd quarter, let Oak Bay score 7 unanswered points to see the Wildcats lead shrink to 45-41 at half. The Wildcats came out sluggish to start the 3rd quarter and fell behind by 2 heading into the final frame. The FIBA 3 point line got the best of the Wildcats in the 4th and Oak Bay was able to pull away late. Kyle Uppal had his best game of the season netting 22 points, with three other Wildcats reaching double figures. Exam week is upon us and the boys will only have one game this week, a Thursday night contest at 4a Valley rival Centennial.  Tip-off is set for 6:30pm, following the jr. boys.



January 18, 2016


The Wildcats three-peat!! The boys defeated Kwantlen Park, Semiahmoo, North Surrey and Panorama Ridge to claim the 2016 RCMP Classic. Miguel Tomley named MVP, Sagar  Dulay 1st team all-star, Kyle Uppal 2nd team all-star. Uppal was also crowned the 3 point shoot-out champion. The Wildcats take on South Delta and Fleetwood in league play this week, followed by hosing Oak Bay at UBC's War Memorial Gymnasium.



January 11, 2016


The Wildcats came back from the New Year's break with a home win on Tuesday against a young hard working Port Moody squad  out of the Valley North. The Wildcats travelled to Poco to participate in the 27th annual Legal Beagle tournament hosted by Terry Fox. The Wildcats escaped the first round with a win against Van College, setting up a quarter-final match-up with Walnut Grove out of the Valley East. The WIldcats opened up a 20 point lead midway throught the game and held on to win a high scoring contest 101-94. Miguel Tomley was named player of the game with 51 points. Sagar Dulay had one of his best shooting performances of the season notching 33 points. The Cats then took on Oak Bay who was coming off a bye. The game started off back and forth with the Bays' taking a 3 point lead in to half time. The Wildcats struggled to find their legs in the second half and allowed Oak Bay to open up a lead before dropping the contest 77-72. The Wildcats then went up against the WJ Mouat Hawks for their 4th game in 50 hours. and dropped the game 87-78. Next up for the boys will be the 25th annual RCMP Classic.


Dec 26, 2015


The Wildcats played 8 games from Dec 8th - 20th. The Wildcats started off the tough stretch of games with two league wins over Seaquam (68-35) and Semiahmoo (68-53) before falling on the road to Washington 2a #2 ranked Squalicum (70-51). The Cats took a short-handed squad down to California where they lost to University high (90-71). Before heading to the Tarkanian Classic in Las Vegas, the team visited Huntington Beach, the Outlets at Orange, Disneyland and team favorite Cheesecake Factory. Once arriving in Vegas the Wildcats had trouble finding their legs in their first game losing to Pennsylvania powerhouse Mars Area 90-55. The next day the team played it's two best games of the season falling to Carson, CA 52-47 and Rex Putnam, OR 75-70. The Wildcats had shots to tie or take the lead in both games with under 30 seconds to play. The final game saw the Wildcats lose and play a sloppy turnover filled game against Apple Valley, CA. Some pictures from the trip are available on twitter. 


Dec 4, 2015


The Wildcats headed down to Lynden, Washington to face Washington #3 ranked single A Lynden Christian in their newly renovated gymnasium. The Lyncs got off to a quick start forcing some tired and lazy turnovers by the Wildcats. The Lyncs got up on the Wildcats early and took a 16 point lead to the locker room at half. The Wildcats made some adjustments at half and quickly cut the lead down to 9 points, before turning the ball over on three straight possessions and allowing the Lyncs to open the lead back up to 17. The Wildcats forced a lot of shots up in the 4th quarter allowing the Lyncs to extend their lead. The Wildcats lost 71-45 and sit at 3-0 against BC competition and 3-1 overall after the first week of the season. No box score is available for the game.



Dec 2, 2015


The Wildcats hosted another 4a opponent tonight in North Surrey. The Spartans gave the tired Wildcats a battle all night long. The Wildcats would end up pulling away in the fourth quarter and come up with their third victory in as many nights, winning by a final score of 65-58 and improving to 3-0 on the season. The Wildcats were again led in scoring by 10th grade guard Miguel Tomley who had a game high 29 points. LINK TO BOXSCORE

 http://www.bcboysbasketball.com/leagues/boxscores_basketball.cfm?clientID=2192&leagueID=22544&gameID=1523199



Dec 1, 2015


The Wildcats hosted 4a WJ Mouat out of the always tough Fraser Valley East conference for a 7pm start. Unlike the night prior, the Wildcats got off to a quick start scoring 31 points in the first quarter to lead 31-22.  The pace slowed in the second quarter and the Wildcats did a better job in defensive transition and in the half-court, limiting the Hawks to only 8 2nd quarter points. The Wildcats went into the break with a 54-30 advantage. The second half saw the two teams exchange buckets back and forth with the Wildcats coming away with the 105-78 win. Four players reached double figures in scoring with Miguel Tomley leading the way with 29, followed by Sagar Dulay with 22, Gary Sahota with 15 and Gurman Bhangu with 12. LINK TO BOXSCORE

http://www.bcboysbasketball.com/leagues/boxscores_basketball.cfm?clientID=2192&leagueID=22544&gameID=1524330



Nov 30, 2015


The Wildcats hosted 4a Valley Rival Enver Creek on the back end of a varsity girls and varsity boys double header. The boys started the game slowly missing a few early looks before settling into a groove giving them a 43-27 half-time lead. The second half saw the Wildcats go on a 16-0 run and put the game away with a final score of 77-55. Gr. 10 guard, Miguel Tomley led the way with a game high 21 points, followed by gr 11 guard Roop Viria and grade 11 forward Gurman Bhangu chipping in with 11 points a piece. The Wildcats were lead in rebounding by grade 12 forward Jelani Morris with 8 to go along with his 8 points. LINK TO BOXSCORE

http://www.bcboysbasketball.com/leagues/boxscores_basketball.cfm?clientID=2192&leagueID=22544&gameID=1524329




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