LANGLEY — There was a moment in Saturday’s Telus B.C. senior girls triple-A basketball championship final when Aislinn Konig, while preparing to attack the defence, started into her dribble and then started kicking up a shuffle of sorts with her feet.
With the defence frozen by her flutter-step move, her high-arcing floater deflected off the glass and through the hoop.
When placed against the deep well of shots she sank from all parts of the court since the start of the 2013-14 season, it wasn’t her most special shot.
Yet coming in the 11th hour of a high school career so well decorated, it almost seemed like her version of a farewell dance.
Since arriving at Brookswood Secondary in Langley prior to her 10th grade season, Konig has set a standard of excellence that has resonated throughout the province, and on Saturday, after a stat-line that read 35 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists, she had led her Bobcats to a 73-50 win over Richmond’s McMath Wildcats for a third straight senior triple-A provincial title…