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From our President

As your child embarks on his journey with BC SWISH Basketball Club as a returnee or new member, I wanted to take a few minutes to share the evolution of BC SWISH Basketball Club with you.    Five years ago, Ken Yang, Sean Bay and I were convinced by a small group of parents to create SWISH as a platform to provide expert coaching and a highly competitive training environment for players. The student-athlete lens whereby we grow players beyond the Xs and Os of basketball is our primary focus. The trend lately is for clubs to give shout outs to current members who were playing in the Provincial Championships. If we were to list the players who got their...

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Scholarship Awards

Congratulations to SWISH alumni Marcus Hui and Koen Bay on receiving our Ritchie Bros. Servitude and Leadership scholarship. Their commitment and service to their community is a great example of what SWISH strives for in our players. We help create great basketball players but even greater people out of your student-athletes. They return as a student-coaches to our U10/11 group. We are excited to have them back and share their experiences with the youth in our club. Thank-you to Ritchie Bros. for supporting youth sports in our community.

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And the winner is...

Congratulations to Ben Andrews on being awarded our Ritchie Bros. Servitude & Leadership Scholarship. Even with our programs on hold Ben continues to be an example in the community and academically.Thank you to our sponsor Ritchie Bros. for continuing to support youth sports in our local communities.

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SWISH Cleans Up!

No titles or trophies on this early Saturday morning in Port Coquitlam. Just our club's volunteer day at Evergreen Park, one of five spots that SWISH Basketball helps the city maintain. January 11 was particularly sweet because after cleaning up the basketball courts and surrounding park we stumbled across this sign. It's not made of bronze, silver or gold, just a sign of gratitude that's put a smile on all our faces.  We aim to develop good basketball players but more so hope to make better people out of our kids, grounding them and us to our community.

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