Dover Bay, MEI wear bronze
Dec03

Dover Bay, MEI wear bronze

By Bob Carter Langley — Dover Bay and MEI rallied for victories and bronze medals Saturday at the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Championships. Dover’s Dolphins repeated as third-place BC finishers in AAA by beating Seaquam in four (21-25, 25-20, 25-21, 25-20). MEI, extending its AA medal streak to 15 years, defeated top seed and Fraser Valley rival Pacific Academy in five (25-21, 13-25, 20-25, 25-23, 15-11). The Eagles did it...

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BC Championships begin with tight matches
Nov30

BC Championships begin with tight matches

Langley — Close matches highlighted the start of the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Championships on Wednesday at the Langley Events Centre. The senior boys high school event runs through Saturday.   Improving Condors win opener: Duchess Park, seeded seventh in AA, continued its late-season upward swing by winning in three sets over fifth-seeded George Elliot. The Condors, from Prince George, prevailed 25-15, 17-25, 15-11....

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MEI takes 2nd straight AA Crown
Dec05

MEI takes 2nd straight AA Crown

By Bob Carter Powered by all-star Kaden Gamache and versatile tournament MVP Colton Loewen, MEI pushed past Langley Fundamental 3-0 Saturday night to repeat as AA champion. The Eagles made a statement in the opening set, winning 25-13. “It was about as clean a set as we’ve played this year,” MEI coach Jordan Geransky said. Fundamental, which played extremely well in beating Pacific Academy in the semifinals,...

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Seaton sweeps, moves up
Dec02

Seaton sweeps, moves up

By Bob Carter W.L. Seaton played like a pool pacesetter Wednesday in AA at the Langley Events Centre. The Sonics swept by their three opponents without losing a set, winning Pool C and climbing to a No. 8 seed for Thursday’s championship bracket competition. “The boys are very calm and controlled,” Seaton coach Fane Triggs said after his team had won their second match. Triggs said setter Avery Triggs, his son, and...

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Gamache lifts MEI in opener
Dec02

Gamache lifts MEI in opener

By Bob Carter Top-ranked MEI and No. 3 Clarence Fulton opened their AA pool play Wednesday with a rematch of last year’s AA final, and neither team was in top form. The defending champion Eagles won 25-20, 25-21, led by outside hitter Kaden Gamache. “We passed very well, which gave our attackers lots of opportunities,” MEI coach Jordan Geransky said. Gamache, a left-hander with power and accuracy, made the most of...

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