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Gift Card Giveaway!!!

To celebrate the return of our basketball fall/winter program, we are giving away a $200 SportChek gift card to help one lucky recipient gear up for the upcoming club season. The giveaway opens this Tuesday, August 31. Here's how to enter: FOLLOW us on Instagram @BCSWISHBasketball LIKE the giveaway post TAG a friend in the comments of the giveaway post (multiple tags = multiple entries) If you don't have an Instagram account don't worry, you can enter by subscribing to our website back on the bottom of the main page. If you are already a subscriber then you are automatically entered. The giveaway closes September 14 at 11:59 pm PST and is only open to residents located in the Lower Mainland, BC area only....

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CBC Announces New Men's Basketball Coach

Congratulations to our very own Coach Drew.The Columbia Bible College Bearcats Department of Athletics and Recreation is pleased to announce the hiring of a new men’s basketball coach.Drew Slaght will immediately take over all head coaching responsibilities and begin to prepare for the 2021-2022 men’s basketball season. Check out the full article here>

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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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IGTV Skills Sessions

We’ve pivoted quickly to continue and offer high level training despite the fact it won’t be in a gym. This pandemic has us down but not out. Please follow us on Instagram @bcswishbasketball and join Coach Drew Slaght on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30pm until such time as we’re back in the gym.

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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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