Ko Ota of Japan is one of our international students studying at Aldergrove Community Secondary School.
When his team fell down two sets to none in the Fraser Valley championship final, Langley Saints coach Dave McLeod didn’t panic.
The Saints senior girls volleyball team were down 2-0 to the Clayton Heights Nightriders — in the other team’s home gymnasium — on Wednesday night in the 3A Fraser Valley final.
Aldergrove’s Riki Okazaki leaps for the passed ball as Langley Secondary school Saints battled back from a deficit to tie the Aldergrove Secondary Totems 3-3, Thursday, Oct. 6 at Aldergrove, in double-A senior boys soccer action.
Walnut Grove Secondary will host a 25th anniversary celebration in true Gator Nation style on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It was after attending a seminar by motivational speaker Tony Robbins last year that Jamie Jarvis was first inspired to combine his love for basketball, with an initiative to give back to his community.
Beginning with one small act, he took $100 of his own money, and purchased a pair of basketball shoes for a student player at Brookswood Secondary School.
Langley athletes ran, jumped, swam and battled their way to greatness at the 2016 BC Summer Games from July 21 to 24.
Langley’s Holly Harrison edged out her fellow competitors Saturday to win the girls’ pentathlon with a score of 2912.
Aldergrove Secondary School celebrated their successes of the Annual Athletics Awards held at their school courtyard on Wednesday, June 8th, 2016. We are very proud of the fact the several ISP students got the awards! Left: Ko Ota – Best offensive player as well as Most valuable player in Soccer Right: Zimmy Zong – Best defensive player […]
A pair of wrestlers from the Langley United Wrestling Club have returned from nationals with a silver and bronze medal, respectively, for their efforts.
Brookswood Secondary’s Will Karpan was the recipient of the 2016 Township of Langley Pete Swensson Outstanding Community Youth Award last week.