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Cascades guard Maddy Gobeil was named the Canada West player of the week and helped the women’s basketball team post a win over the TWU Spartans in Langley on Thursday.

UFV’s Maddy Gobeil wins player of the week, basketball teams sweep TWU Spartans

Women have now win six straight, men improve to 4-3 after both post wins in Langley on Thursday

 

The UFV Cascades sports teams will not be playing in front of fans to start 2022.

UFV Cascades set to open 2022 schedule without spectators

Volleyball games postponed for Jan. 14/15, basketball games on Jan. 21/22 not allowing fans

 

The UFV men’s basketball team scheduled games for this weekend have been postponed.

UFV men’s basketball games this weekend postponed

Team will no longer travel to Kelowna, women’s team games still on vs. UBC-O

 

The UFV Cascades have signed Terry Fox Ravens trio Ana-Maria Misic (left), Alisha Weloy and Lauren Clements. (Dan Kinvig/UFV Cascades)

UFV Cascades women’s basketball signs Port Coquitlam trio

Cascades ink Terry Fox Ravens players, threesome join team in 2022

The UFV Cascades have signed Terry Fox Ravens trio Ana-Maria Misic (left), Alisha Weloy and Lauren Clements. (Dan Kinvig/UFV Cascades)
Deanna Tuchscherer shoots over a Thompson Rivers defender during Canada West women’s basketball action last weekend at the UFV Athletic Centre. (UFV Cascades photo)

Chilliwack’s Deanna Tuchscherer heating up for UFV women’s basketball team

The G.W. Graham grad has led her Cascades to a 5-1 start and 1st place in the West Division

Deanna Tuchscherer shoots over a Thompson Rivers defender during Canada West women’s basketball action last weekend at the UFV Athletic Centre. (UFV Cascades photo)
Deanna Tuchscherer, seen here in week one action against the UBC-Okanagan Heat, had a huge game against the UBC Thunderbirds on Saturday, Nov. 6. The G.W. Graham grad had a game-high 30 points, most in the fourth quarter and overtime as her Cascades earned a big Canada West win. (UFV Cascades photo)

Chilliwack’s Deanna Tuchscherer comes alive for Cascades in win over UBC Thunderbirds

Tuchscherer started the season slow, but exploded for 30 points in a double-OT thriller

Deanna Tuchscherer, seen here in week one action against the UBC-Okanagan Heat, had a huge game against the UBC Thunderbirds on Saturday, Nov. 6. The G.W. Graham grad had a game-high 30 points, most in the fourth quarter and overtime as her Cascades earned a big Canada West win. (UFV Cascades photo)
Seventeen-year-old G.W. Graham grad Julia Tuchscherer (right) had a spectacular debut weekend playing Canada West hoops for the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades.

Chilliwack’s Julia Tuchscherer stuffs stat sheet for UFV in Canada West hoops debut

The teenager led her Cascades to weekend wins over the UBC-Okanagan Heat and UNBC Timberwolves

Seventeen-year-old G.W. Graham grad Julia Tuchscherer (right) had a spectacular debut weekend playing Canada West hoops for the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades.
UFV’s Deanna Tuchscherer (left) and Vick Toor are expected to be top performers on their respective teams this season.

UFV Cascades basketball teams tipping off tonight in Abbotsford

Men’s, women’s teams hosting the UBC-O Heat with free admission, women ranked third in CW poll

UFV’s Deanna Tuchscherer (left) and Vick Toor are expected to be top performers on their respective teams this season.
Left to right: Deanna, Al and Julia Tuchscherer are ready for the 2021-22 Canada West women’s basketball season. Deanna enters her second full university season as Julia wades into her first. Al is the head coach of their University of the Fraser Valley Cascades. (Gibi Saini/UFV Athletics)

Chilliwack’s Julia Tuchscherer set for Canada West debut with UFV women’s b-ball team

Julia will hit the court along with sister Deanna on a Cascades team coached by dad, Al Tuchscherer

Left to right: Deanna, Al and Julia Tuchscherer are ready for the 2021-22 Canada West women’s basketball season. Deanna enters her second full university season as Julia wades into her first. Al is the head coach of their University of the Fraser Valley Cascades. (Gibi Saini/UFV Athletics)
The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to the Abbotsford Centre on Jan. 30, 2022. (Submitted)

Harlem Globetrotters return to Abbotsford on Jan. 30

Basketball event back at Abbotsford Centre for first time since January 2020

The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to the Abbotsford Centre on Jan. 30, 2022. (Submitted)
The 2021 edition of the BBall Nationals championships at Langley Events Centre took place from Sept. 9 to Sept. 11. (Langley Advance Times/file)

Fraser Valley Basketball Officials Association seeking refs

Long COVID layoff could mean a shortage of officials and even game cancellations

The 2021 edition of the BBall Nationals championships at Langley Events Centre took place from Sept. 9 to Sept. 11. (Langley Advance Times/file)
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Chilliwack’s Sardis secondary hosts basketball game between UFV and Langara

The university men’s teams face each other in preseason action in the Sardis gymnasium

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Fraser Valley Bandits

Fraser Valley basketball Bandits earn all-star selections

Two members of the CEBL team earned second-team spots and two earned All-Canadian recognition

Fraser Valley Bandits
The Fraser Valley Bandits may be looking for a new home arena for 2022 after a deal with the Canucks has not yet been finalized. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

No deal in place for Fraser Valley Bandits to return to Abbotsford Centre in 2022

Professional basketball team has not yet secured lease for next year, looking at all options

The Fraser Valley Bandits may be looking for a new home arena for 2022 after a deal with the Canucks has not yet been finalized. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
Kenny Manigault and the Fraser Valley Bandits came up short in Friday’s semifinal against the Niagara River Lions. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)

Fraser Valley Bandits fall to Niagara in CEBL semifinal

Bandits lose 84-82 in Edmonton, River Lions will play Edmonton or Ottawa in final

Kenny Manigault and the Fraser Valley Bandits came up short in Friday’s semifinal against the Niagara River Lions. (Fraser Valley Bandits photo)
Brandon Gilbeck of the Fraser Valley Bandits was named the Canadian Elite Basketball League’s Defensive Player of the Year on Aug. 18. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

Fraser Valley Bandits big man Brandon Gilbeck named Defensive Player of the Year

Canadian Elite Basketball League honours big man at league awards on Aug. 18, next game on Friday

Brandon Gilbeck of the Fraser Valley Bandits was named the Canadian Elite Basketball League’s Defensive Player of the Year on Aug. 18. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
Fraser Valley Bandits players Shaquille Keith (right) and Malcolm Duvivier celebrate after Keith scores the winning basket in Sunday's (Aug. 15) 104-84 win over the Guelph Nighthawks. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

Fraser Valley Bandits win CEBL playoff quarter-final

Bandits defeat Guelph 104-84, will next take on Niagara at Championship Weekend on Friday

Fraser Valley Bandits players Shaquille Keith (right) and Malcolm Duvivier celebrate after Keith scores the winning basket in Sunday's (Aug. 15) 104-84 win over the Guelph Nighthawks. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
Edmonton’s Jordan Baker drives against Fraser Valley’s Shaquille Keith during CEBL action on Wednesday (Aug. 4). (CEBL photo)

Fraser Valley Bandits allow historic scoring run in loss to Edmonton

Stingers go on 25-0 consecutive point run to hand Fraser Valley a 106-65 loss

Edmonton’s Jordan Baker drives against Fraser Valley’s Shaquille Keith during CEBL action on Wednesday (Aug. 4). (CEBL photo)
The Fraser Valley Bandits are hoping to become the first pro basketball team to host a playoff game in B.C. since the 1946-47 Vancouver Hornets of the Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League. (Left - Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News, right - Canada Basketball).

Fraser Valley Bandits aim to become first B.C. pro basketball team in 74 years to host playoffs

Canadian Elite Basketball League team could welcome fans to Abbotsford Centre for Aug. 15 game

The Fraser Valley Bandits are hoping to become the first pro basketball team to host a playoff game in B.C. since the 1946-47 Vancouver Hornets of the Pacific Coast Professional Basketball League. (Left - Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News, right - Canada Basketball).
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Outdoor three-on-three basketball tournament debuting later this summer

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