Sports in brief: Heat golf tournament coming up

The Abbotsford Heat Foundation's fourth annual golf tournament will be held on Monday, Sept. 23 at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club.

The Abbotsford Heat Foundation’s fourth annual golf tournament will be held on Monday, Sept. 23 at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club.

Registration is $225 per player, including lunch and dinner. Those who register before Aug. 15 well receive a complimentary mulligan pack worth $25 for each player in their group.

Last season’s Heat golf tourney raised nearly $30,000, with all proceeds going to the foundation and their mission to improve the quality of life for the under-17 age group in the Fraser Valley.

For information on the tournament, email Christine Lane (clane@ramadaabbotsford.ca), Laura Reynaud (lreynaud@abbotsfordheat.com) or Adam Fritz (afritz@abbotsfordheat.com).

RUGGERS STRIKE GOLD

Jorden Sandover-Best and Sebastian Gibson of Abbotsford helped the provincial under-19 men’s rugby team win gold at the national championships in Calgary.

B.C. trailed the Prairie Wolf Pack 13-10 for much of the second half, but Sandover-Best made a run to set up James Pitblado for the winning try in the dying minutes as B.C. won 15-13.

Sandover-Best had the only other try in the final for B.C., which came into the gold medal game undefeated, outscoring their opponents 98-47.

HOOPS CAMP ON TAP

The Abbotsford Basketball Club is running a camp Aug. 19-22 at W.J. Mouat Secondary.

Sessions run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, with a concentration on skill and fun games. The cost is $150 and players will receive a T-shirt but are asked to bring their own ball. For more information, visit abbybbclub.com.