First Nations basketball

Sisters, Dawn Gladstone (L) and Lorena White (R) are all smiles to support the Heiltsuk Nations teams on opening day Feb. 9, at the 2020 All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert at the Jim Ciccone Civic Center. It’s Gladstone’s first time in 29 years attending the tournament as she lives in Vancouver. White, from Bella Bella, attends every year and wouldn’t miss it. (Photo K-J Millar/The Northern View)

The ball is in the air at the 61st All Native Basketball Tournament

All Native Basketball Tournament is a sell out for opening ceremonies

  • Feb 9, 2020

 

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

 

The Old Massett Raiders basketball team is hoping they’ll be off the bench and on the court during the upcoming All Native Tournament in Prince Rupert. (Old Massett Raiders photo)

Basketball team hoping All Native Tournament is in their future

Old Massett Raiders seeking to raise funds to cover costs of participation