Basketball BC looking for outstanding coaches

Nominations due March 18; gala will be held April 20 at Langley Events Centre

Nominations are now being accepted for outstanding basketball coaches from across the province.

Up to four Basketball BC Coaching Awards will be presented this spring at the Basketball BC Hall of Fame and awards gala.

Nominees may be community, elementary, high school and/or post-secondary coaches.

In 2012, Walnut Grove Gators senior boys’ coach George Bergen was honoured.

A letter documenting reasons for the nominee deserving this honour should be included. Team performance, though not the only criteria, will be considered.

All award winners will be invited to the gala, which will be held April 20 at the Langley Events Centre.

Please send nomination letters to ljohns@basketball.bc.ca or mail to Lawrie Johns, executive director, Basketball BC at 210 7888 200 St. Langley, B.C. V2Y 3J4.

Deadline to submit nominations is March 18.

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