presents the

Vancouver Island Basketball Classic

We'd like to take this time to thank our sponsors.


Spectrum Community School, 957 Burnside Rd West, Victoria BC

Without their generous support, the VIBC would not be the
fantastic success that it is and will continue to be in the
future I'd also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to
Spectrum Community School, the host gym throughout the event.

Now accepting teams for the 2010 event.
November 25-27, 2010.


2009 EVENT

DRAW        TREE        RESULTS

Out of the Blue Designs All Defensive Team:
Alberni (Port Alberni) - Jess Black
Ballenas (Parksville) - Tim Ahearn
Carihi (Campbell River) - Taylor James
Cedar (Nanaimo) - Harrison Stupich
Esquimalt (Victoria) - Brian Elder
Glenlyon-Norfolk (Victoria) - Alex Fyfe
Highland (Comox) - Thomas Molander
Mark Isfeld (Courtenay) - Leland Strickney
Oak Bay "A" (Victoria) - Thomas Hoyer-Wood
Oak Bay "B" (Victoria) - Max Campbell
Seaquam (Delta) - Garett Dore
Shawnigan - Pat Eadie
Spectrum (Victoria) - David Stewart
Wellington (Nanaimo) - Ben Lucas
White Rock Christian Academy "B" (Surrey) - Sunkwon Song
Windsor (North Vancouver) - Jason Lee

2009 Winners:
Oak Bay Bays - Championship Division Pic 1        Pic 2
Ballenas Whalers - Silver Division

ALL OUT OF TOWN TEAMS would be required to stay at the host hotels.

Thursday to Saturday
Everyone will play one game on Thursday Nov. 26, 2009.
Consideration to distance you will have to travel will be given regarding game times on the first day.
This is NOT a guarantee - just something that we will try to do.

All teams, that are using a hotel/motel, MUST stay in one of the host hotels.

Host hotel has been pre-booked with the HARBOUR TOWERS to avoid any confusion.  Rates are $89/night for up to four to a room.  All "travelling" teams are required to stay in the host hotels.  Should parents or team supporters require rooms they need to contact the Lyle Dhur.  Extra rooms will go to team needs before that of team supporters.

Host hotel:
345 Quebec St.
Victoria BC  V8V 1W4
Two double beds - Non Smoking
$89.00 per room, plus tax, per night (accommodates up to 4 people per room)
Ask (or click to email) for Cliff Kennelly and mention the VIBC 2009 to get the event rate.
Some rooms with 1 king bed are available
Restaurant in the hotel
Adult lounge in the hotel

A coaches' "meeting" room is going to at the Harbour Towers on Thursday and Friday nights.  You will be able to get the latest event info and network with other coaches.

Team friendly restaurants will be in place offering specials for the tourney.
Group reservations are HIGHLY recommended.

Event entry fee will be $375 and cheques should be made payable to VAS - Sportvictoria.
All other expenses will be covered by sponsors, advertisers and the gate.

2008 EVENT

DRAW        TREE        RESULTS

Out of the Blue Designs All Defensive Team:
Ahousat - Greg Frank
Ballenas - Tim Ahern
Carihi - Brent Smith
Cedar - Harrison Stupich
Edward Milne - William Keith
Glenlyon Norfolk - Greg Grzybowski
Highland - Mike Sutherland
John Barsby - No player selected
Lakeside Prep - Edward Zhang
Mark Isfeld - James Lundy
Parkland - Dave Neilsen
Shawnigan Lake - Adam Connolly
SMUS - Luke McCloskey
SMUS Junior Varsity - Shun Kinoshita
Wellington - Howard Skelding
Woodlands - Colin MacDonald

2008 Winners:
Cedar Spartans - Championship Division
Ahousat Wolfpack - Gold Division



2008 participating teams:
Ahousat, Ballenas (Parksville), Carihi (Campbell River), Cedar
Edward Milne (Sooke), Glenlyon Norfolk (Victoria), Highland (Comox), John Barsby (Nanaimo)
Lakeside Prep (Shawnigan Lake), Mark Isfeld (Courtenay), Parkland (Sidney), Shawnigan Lake,
St. Michael's University School (Victoria), Timberline (Campbell River), Wellington (Nanaimo), Woodlands (Nanaimo)



2007 EVENT

Congratulations to the Carihi Tyees - 2007 VIBC Champions

2007 Monday & Tuesday results
Teams names listed in order of finish.

Full Weekend Draw

"Championship Division"
1st: Carihi; 2nd: Esquimalt; 3rd: Belmont; 4th: Mt. Douglas;
5th & 6th: Brentwood/Woodlands (not played due to snow), 7th: Mark Isfeld; 8th: Lambrick Park
"Gold Division"
1st: Glenlyon-Norfolk; 2nd: Oak Bay; 3rd: Ballenas; 4th: Claremont;
5th: Cedar: 6th: Shawnigan; 7th: Timberline; 8th Alberni
"Silver Division"
1st: SMUS; 2nd: Stelly's; 3rd: Spectrum; 4th: Edward Milne;
5th: Kwalikum 6th: Gulf Islands; 7th: John Barsby; 8th: Chemainus
"Bronze Division"
1st: Ahousat; 2nd: Wellington; 3rd: Pacific Christian; 4th: Lake Cowichan;
5th: Ucluelet 6th: Nanaimo District; 7th: Duncan Christian; 8th: Parkland


2006 EVENT

Congratulations to all the teams on making the inaugural Vancouver Island Basketball Classic a fantastic event!

I'd really like to take this time to thank the event sponsors;
Out Of The Blue Designs
Bear Mountain Golf & Country Club
Alpine Group
Village's Pizza
Thrifty Foods
Traveller's Inn
Mt. Douglas Basketball
Pacific Christian Basketball

Placing/Team/Score and opponent in last game
1st     Oak Bay
77-55 over Wellington
2nd    Wellington
3rd     Claremont
67-46 over Mt. Douglas
4th     Mt. Douglas
5th     Lambrick Park
102-81 over Glenlyon
6th     Carihi
73-65 over Spectrum
7th     Glenlyon Norfolk
8th     Gulf Islands
68-49 over Stelly's
9th     Spectrum
10th   Belmont
72-65 over Brentwood
11th   Alberni
76-72 over Cedar
12th   Stelly's
13th   Brentwood
14th   Cedar
15th   Pacific Christian
55-50 over St. Michael's University School
16th   St. Michael's University School

2006 Tournament Draw (PDF format/Acrobat Reader)