Boys basketball

Rainmakers take on defending champs in opening round of Jr. Boys Basketball championships

Rainmakers take on defending champs in opening round of Jr. Boys Basketball championships

Prince Rupert basketball club to take on province’s best in Langley on Saturday

  • Feb 21, 2020

 

Rainmakers’ Dakota Knockwood keeps an eye on Bobcats’ Mason Berekoff during the second match of the back to back games between Charles Hays and visiting Brookswood Secondary from Langley. Charles Hays took the Saturday game 69-57, following a 73-66 victory the night before. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Senior Rainmakers take both games against visiting Brookswood Secondary

Charles Hays sweeps the weekend series against the AAA Langley side

 

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Senior Boys Rainmakers charge into the new year with tourney win

Mix of high powered offensive and shutdown defence lead Charles Hays to victory

 

Charles Hays fly to victory at Prince George Condor Classic

Charles Hays fly to victory at Prince George Condor Classic

Junior Rainmakers soared through first two games to set up a dramatic final

Charles Hays fly to victory at Prince George Condor Classic
Kai Leighton feeds a pass to a waiting Brendan Eshom during first half action in the Rainmakers home opener against Caledonia. Charles Hays took full advantage of their boisterous home crowd, coming away with a 95-62 victory. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

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Kai Leighton feeds a pass to a waiting Brendan Eshom during first half action in the Rainmakers home opener against Caledonia. Charles Hays took full advantage of their boisterous home crowd, coming away with a 95-62 victory. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
The Charles Hays Junior Rainmakers in action at the Prince George Polars Tournament in December. (Submitted photo)

Junior Rainmakers rattle off wins at Polars Tourney despite tough draw

Charles Hays comes up a game short of the title, but leave Prince George with several statement wins

The Charles Hays Junior Rainmakers in action at the Prince George Polars Tournament in December. (Submitted photo)
Kai Leighton feeds a pass to a waiting Brendan Eshom during first half action in the Rainmakers home opener against Caledonia. Charles Hays took full advantage of their boisterous home crowd, coming away with a 95-62 victory. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Rainmakers start defence of home court with a splash

The rain was coming down outside and on the court as Charles Hays ran over Caledonia

Kai Leighton feeds a pass to a waiting Brendan Eshom during first half action in the Rainmakers home opener against Caledonia. Charles Hays took full advantage of their boisterous home crowd, coming away with a 95-62 victory. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Sports Briefs: Skating, Seawolves and Rainmakers basketball

Sports Briefs: Skating, Seawolves and Rainmakers basketball

Wins all around, plus some mini Olympic fun

Sports Briefs: Skating, Seawolves and Rainmakers basketball
Rainmakers forward Kai Leighton goes up for the uncontested layup against Prince George during play last season. Leighton, along with fellow Rupert athletes Tyler Jones and Caden Pagens, are all vying for the final 10 spots on the U19 male team. (Nick Laws photo)

Prince Rupert athletes headed to North American Indigenous Games

Team B.C. basketball selections mean plenty of representation for Prince Rupert

Rainmakers forward Kai Leighton goes up for the uncontested layup against Prince George during play last season. Leighton, along with fellow Rupert athletes Tyler Jones and Caden Pagens, are all vying for the final 10 spots on the U19 male team. (Nick Laws photo)
(Kristin Moraes photo)

Rainmakers roll in early season exhibition play

Perfect start on the road as new season begins with a new senior core

(Kristin Moraes photo)
Aaron Sampson shows off his best Steph Curry impression with a shot from deep. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Young athletes showing strides at Minor Basketball Mid Season Tourney

Plenty of progress since kids took to the court earlier this fall

Aaron Sampson shows off his best Steph Curry impression with a shot from deep. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Kids have their eye on the hoop as they go through a footwork and layup drill at PRMBA practice. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Footwork and fundamentals: minor basketball classes return to Prince Rupert

The next generation of basketball talent is getting started on the game’s keys to success

Kids have their eye on the hoop as they go through a footwork and layup drill at PRMBA practice. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)
Noah Dahlman talks to the kids at his ND42 summer basketball camp at Prince Rupert from July 2-4. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)

Professional basketball camp comes to Prince Rupert, only stop in Canada

Noah Dahlman’s ND42 summer camp makes its lone stop north of the border

Noah Dahlman talks to the kids at his ND42 summer basketball camp at Prince Rupert from July 2-4. (Alex Kurial / The Northern View)