VK Basketball is excited to announce the inaugural season of a U11 team! We will be looking to help these youngsters develop, not only as basketball players, but overall athletes in a fun and exciting environment.


We will have two practice sessions each week to develop and expand on basic skills and concepts along with many tournaments to expand on their in-game experience. 


To stay updated on all VK Basketball teams follow us on social media @VKBasketball





Chloe Taylor


Ty Marie Brown


Gillian Frankie Gonesto


Isla Boyle

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Program Day

March 10, 2019

Kick off weekend

Best In the West

April 26, 2019

Douglas College

Langley, BC

May 10, 2019

West Coast Invitational

Burnaby, BC

June 01, 2019

SFU Tournament

Burnaby, BC

June 07, 2019

Excel Tournament

Victoria, BC

June 22, 2019

New Westminster, BC

July 12, 2019

Best in the West

bballnationals 2019

July 29, 2019

National Championship

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Lindsay Correa


Chloe Mangalindan


Natalie Piasentin


Peyton Cagampan


Sadie Danks


Sara Davey


Sophie Nicholson


Sophie Sheck



Stephanie Bell

Growing up, Stephanie spent her summers playing for three different British Columbia Provincial Teams where she won silver medals in 2008 and 2009, and gold in 2010 at the Canada Basketball National Championships.


Stephanie graduated from Argyle Secondary in 2011 and in her senior year, was fortunate enough to earn both the Quinn Keast Memorial Scholarship and the HSBC Classic Scholarship.


After high school, Stephanie went on to play four seasons for the UBC Thunderbirds under Head Coach, Deb Huband. During her time at UBC, Stephanie won two Canada-West gold medals along with both bronze and silver medals at the CIS (now U-Sports) National Championships in 2012, and 2015 respectively.


Steph's favourite part of coaching with VK is having the opportunity to interact with young women during the early stages of their basketball careers—empowering them to develop their work ethic, leadership, and confidence both on and off the court.


Breanna just finished her 4th year at Trinity Western University where she currently plays as a shooting guard. Breanna grew up playing soccer and decided to switch sports and focus on basketball in grade 10. She led her her high school basketball team to their first ever appearance at BC Provincials two years in a row. She played one summer on the Provincial team in 2013 and then went on to play at Trinity Western University. There, her field of study is a Bachelor of Human Kinetics in the stream of kinesiology. In addition, her basketball career has enabled her to travel and learn about different cultures across Canada, United States, China, and Japan. Breanna’s passion for basketball has now extended into coaching. During the summer of 2016, she was the female assistant coach for the U15 Provincial Team who won a silver medal at the National Championships in Regina. Then during the summer of 2018, she was an apprentice coach for the U17 Provincial Team who won a bronze medal at the National Championships in New Brunswick. 


Breanna Cabuco

North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada