2016 Awards
Dec04

2016 Awards

 Awards:   AA Most Outstanding Player Brodie Hofer, Langley Christian Most Outstanding Libero Nick Hansen, College Heights Most Sportsmanlike Team Pacific Academy     AAA Most Outstanding Player Michael Dowhaniuk, Semiahmoo Most Outstanding Libero Nathan Ziemanski, Dover Bay Most Sportsmanlike Team Van Tech   AAA First-Team All-Stars Malachi McMullin, Earl Marriott Isaac Bevis, Dover Bay Justin Peleshytyk, Kelowna...

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Semi wins AAA title in thriller
Dec03

Semi wins AAA title in thriller

By Bob Carter Langley — Michael Dowhaniuk was a killer shark for most of the night, a racehorse at the very end. When his final hit rocketed to the floor, untouched, the Semiahmoo standout sprinted from the net to the end of the gym in glee with teammates in chase. The second-seeded Totems had beaten season-long No. 1 Kelowna in a tense, well-played, five-set thriller (16-14) for the AAA title at the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball...

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Dover Bay, Kelowna move to AAA Semis
Dec02

Dover Bay, Kelowna move to AAA Semis

By Bob Carter Langley — Dover Bay regained its balance after blowing a 2-0 sets lead and edged Walnut Grove in a five-set thriller Friday morning at the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Championships. The fourth-seeded Dolphins won 25-19, 25-15, 21-25, 21-25, 15-13 to advance to Friday night’s AAA semifinals at the Langley Events Centre. They’ll face top-seeded Kelowna, which defeated No. 9 Reynolds in four sets. The...

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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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Talented returning core boosts Boucherie
Nov10

Talented returning core boosts Boucherie

By Bob Carter A frequent high finisher at provincials, Mount Boucherie is primed for another strong run at the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Championships next month. The Bears entered the Nov. 6-7 weekend top-ranked in AAA. Coach Joel Kern is proud of what the team has achieved but not satisfied. “We have more in the tank and more to accomplish,” Kern said. “We haven’t reached all our goals for this year, and there is still much work to...

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