Walnut Grove's Ty Rowell (left to right), Andrew Goertzen and Jake Cowley are set to suit up for the 4A provincial all-star team on Saturday in Richmond. Credo Christian's Levi Leyenhorst will play for the 1A all-star team.

Langley well represented at BC boys basketball all-star game

Three players from Walnut Grove, one from Credo Christian selected

Four local students are set to tip off as part of the B.C. boys high school all-star basketball game this weekend in Richmond.

A trio of Walnut Grove Gators — Jake Cowley, Andrew Goertzen and Ty Rowell — as well as Credo Christian Kodiaks’ Levi Leyenhorst will suit up in tomorrow’s festivities at R.C. Palmer Secondary.

The Walnut Grove players are on the 4A all-star team and will play their 3A counterparts at 7:30 p.m.

Leyenhorst is on the 1A team, which goes up against the 2A all-stars at 5 p.m.

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