Lightning Strikes For a Third Time
Dec03

Lightning Strikes For a Third Time

They say lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice. Well they couldn’t be more wrong in Langley, as lightning has not just struck once, or twice, but three times for eight members of the Langley Christian Lightning. On Saturday night, in front of a loud and rowdy crowd, the Lighting dispatched a young and overmatched Abbotsford Christian Knights squad in three sets, 25-17, 25-15, 25-22 to capture a third provincial crown – Junior...

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Semiahmoo Goes Back-to-Back in AAA Boys Volleyball
Dec02

Semiahmoo Goes Back-to-Back in AAA Boys Volleyball

It’s a game people are going to talk about for a while. The Semiahmoo Secondary School Totems jumped out to a two sets to none lead on the Mt. Baker Secondary School Wild, only to watch the Wild claw themselves back into the match, taking the Totems to the limit in a nail-biting, 25-21, 25-22, 25-18, 12-25, 15-12 win. “I did not let them off the floor,” said Totems head coach Michael Sapic as he explained how he handled his team...

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Belmont Repeats as Provincial Champions
Dec02

Belmont Repeats as Provincial Champions

In front of about 600 loyal fans at the Langley Events Centre, the Belmont Secondary School Bulldogs repeated as AAAA BC High School Senior Girls Volleyball Provincial Champions. The team was led by tournament MVP, Savannah Purdy winning in three sets, 25-12, 25-16 and 25-16 over the Handsworth Secondary School Royals. Purdy was also awarded the MVP in 2016’s win, making her a rare two-time winner of the award. “Savannah was...

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Semiahmoo and Mt. Baker to Meet In AAA Boys Final
Dec02

Semiahmoo and Mt. Baker to Meet In AAA Boys Final

One team came in the powerhouse No. 1 overall seed, with the expectation of making it to the finals. The other, came in the defending champ who was every bit as intent on winning again despite their lower seed. In front of a packed house on Friday night at the Langley Events Centre, the Mt. Baker Secondary School Wild and the Semiahmoo Secondary School Totems punched their tickets to the finals of the BC School Sports AAA Senior Boys...

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No. 15 Seed Penticton Lakers Knock Off No. 2 Delta Pacers
Nov30

No. 15 Seed Penticton Lakers Knock Off No. 2 Delta Pacers

It’s a story that has everything we love about sports in it. The underdog team, led by the banged up co-captain, knocks off one of the pre-tournament favourites, on their way to advancing to the quarter finals. The injury to co-captain David Paisley happened just before the Okanagan Regionals, when he went up for a block and came down hard on an opponent’s foot, severely twisting his ankle – before the injury the Lakers were ranked...

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