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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Kelowna, LCS take top seeds for BC’s
Nov21

Kelowna, LCS take top seeds for BC’s

LANGLEY — The Okanagan’s Kelowna Owls (AAA) and Langley Christian’s Lightning (AA) of the Fraser Valley have received the top seeds for the Big Kahuna BC Volleyball Championships. The 36-team boys high school event is scheduled for Nov. 30-Dec. 3 at the Langley Events Centre. Eight Fraser Valley teams, including zone champion Semiahmoo, will play in the AAA tournament, which has 20 teams and runs concurrently with...

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Week 5 Rankings
Nov01

Week 5 Rankings

For the Week ending Oct 30:   AAA   Kelowna 1 Van Tech 2 Earl Marriott 3 Walnut Grove 4 Delta 5 Semiahmoo 6 Dover Bay 7 Reynolds 8 Mt. Boucherie 9 Seaquam 10 Oak Bay HM Elgin Park HM Fraser Heights HM Moscrop HM   AA   Langley Christian 1 Pacific Academy 2 Langley Fundamental 3 College Heights 4 MEI 5 George Elliott 6 Duchess Park 7 Pacific Christian 8 McRoberts 9 Abbotsford Christian 10 Mark Isfeld HM Prince...

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Week 8 Rankings
Nov11

Week 8 Rankings

AAA Rankings 1. Kelowna 2. Mt. Boucherie 3. Dover Bay 4. Moscrop 5. Van Tech 6. Penticton 7. Earl Marriott 8. Oak Bay 9. Walnut Grove 10. David Thompson HM Delta Fraser Heights AA Ranking 1. MEI 2. Langley Christian 3. Clarence Fulton 4. Pacific Academy 5. Langley Fundamental 6. College Heights 7. George Elliot 8. WL Seaton 9. McRoberts 10.Pacific Christian Honourable Mention Lambrick Park DP Todd Mark Isfeld A 1.  Abbotsford...

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KSS loses stars but keeps rolling
Oct26

KSS loses stars but keeps rolling

By Bob Carter After losing several players to the CIS ranks, you might think Kelowna Secondary   would have slipped down the boys’ volleyball charts this season. Not so.  Yes, Devon Cote and Eli Risso, both now at UBC Okanagan, and Sam Taylor-Parks   (Thompson Rivers) were big contributors as KSS finished second last year in AAA. But   this season’s group has more than held its own, moving to the top of the rankings.  “It’s been a...

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