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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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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2015 DRAW & RESULTS
Nov23

2015 DRAW & RESULTS

THE 2015 TOURNAMENT DRAW AA POOL WEDNESDAY RESULTS AAA POOL WEDNESDAY RESULTS AA CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW  AA PLACEMENT DRAW AAA CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW  AAA PLACEMENT DRAW...

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G.P. Vanier played marathon ball Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals in AAA while in AA MEI steam rolls!
Nov28

G.P. Vanier played marathon ball Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals in AAA while in AA MEI steam rolls!

G.P. Vanier played marathon ball Thursday to advance to the quarterfinals in AAA. The seventh-seeded Towhees from Courtenay outlasted Van Tech in five sets, winning the fifth 19-17. They’ll play No. 2 Earl Marriott on Friday. “It was a grind,” Vanier assistant coach Brian Stevens said. Van Tech trailed 13-8 in the fifth set and scored five straight points to tie it. Van Tech went up by one before Vanier finally...

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Princess Margaret just starting to HEAT UP at Provincials after bus slid in ditch!
Nov28

Princess Margaret just starting to HEAT UP at Provincials after bus slid in ditch!

Princess Margaret into quarters: Princess Margaret, a weary and snow-bitten volleyball team, advanced to the quarterfinals of the AA boys provincials Thursday at Langley Events Centre. The Penticton team’s bus slid into a snowy ditch on Tuesday and arrived late for its matches on Wednesday, forcing a forfeit to MEI. But the Mustangs got one win that day in two matches and another big one Thursday in the playoffs. Third-seeded...

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