2016 No Regrets Basketball Tournament

The Quinn Keast Foundation hosted its second annual No Regrets Basketball Tournament this past weekend, and the tournament was an absolute success. The No Regrets Basketball Tournament is a high school seniors basketball tournament that features both girls and boys teams from across Western Canada. The tournament games are hosted at various North Shore high school gymnasiums, and the teams competed at an extremely high level during this 3-day tournament. After the dust settled it was South Kamloops taking the title over Handsworth in the final of the boys division, and Charles Best claiming victory over Walnut Grove in the girls division final.

Digby Leigh & Company alongside a number of other members of our community, were part of the No Regrets Basketball Tournament Organizing Committee that both sponsored and helped put this event together. For a review of the tournament, including further game results, game stories, all-star teams, photos, historical tournament statistics and scholarship recipients please visit the website at www.noregretsbball.com.

No Regrets Basketball Tournament

No Regrets Basketball Tournament

The inaugural No Regrets Basketball Tournament, hosted by the Quinn Keast Foundation (QKF), took place December 10-12th in the gymnasiums of some of our local North Shore high schools. Digby Leigh & Company, along with ten other sponsors, provided support to the foundation to bring this tournament to life. 

Nearing 10 years of existence, the Quinn Keast Foundation has hosted basketball games, built outdoor courts and awarded scholarships to numerous high school students, all while taking the ‘No Regrets’ approach. It was with great pride and excitement that the Quinn Keast Foundation took on the responsibility for the operation of this tournament that was formally known as The North Shore Invitational Basketball Tournament. It only seemed fitting that this long time staple tournament of North Shore basketball be re-branded as the “No Regrets Basketball Tournament”.