WEEK 7: BC Boys Volleyball A & AA Top 10, AAA Top 15

Week 7:  Thomspon Rivers University hosted many ranked AA and AAA teams from across the province this past weekend.

Number three ranked Langley Christian holds it's ranking against number 4 ranked MEI 3-0 in recent league play Oct 29th.
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Number three ranked Langley Christian holds it’s ranking against number 4 ranked MEI 3-0 in recent league play Oct 29th. Photo by Paul Funk.

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Here are the week 7 rankings for Single A boys volleyball
1.   Centennial Christian (Terrace) (1)
2.   Vernon Christian (2)
3.   Credo Christian(Langley) (3)
4.   St. Ann’s (Kamloops) (7)
5.   Bulkley Valley Christian (Smithers) (9)
6.   Mt. Sentinel (S. Slocan) (4)
7.   Fernie (6)
8.   Kelowna Christian (8)
9.   Ebenezer (Smithers) (5)
10  Brockton (N.Vancouver) (10)
11. Cedars Christian (Prin

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MEI hosts LCS is a big rivalry game on Oct 29, 2018. LCS defeated MEI 3-0 and continues its number 3 ranking.

1 George Elliot
2 College Heights
3 Langley Christian
4 MEI
5 Abbotsford Christian
6 DP Todd
7 Surrey Christian
8 Richmond Christian
9 Langley Fundamental
10 Duchess Park
HM WL Seaton
HM Kelly Road
HM Princess Margaret

George Elliott finished 2nd (to Earl Marriott) at TRU

College Heights finished 3rd
MEI tie for 5th

DP Todd tie for 7th

AAA

1 Earl Marriott
2 Van Tech
3 Claremont
4 Moscrop
5 Penticton
6 Oak Bay
7 Mt. Baker
8 Kelowna
9 Delta
10 Argyle
11 Okanagan Mission
12 Mt. Boucherie
13 Dover Bay
14 Steveston-London
15 Burnaby Central
HM Elgin Park
HM Fraser Hts.
Oak Bay moves up with an upset of Claremont in the 1/4 final of the TRU Tournament, then finishing 4th
Claremont tie 5th (only loss was to Oak Bay)
Penticton tie 7th
Delta, Kelowna tie 9th
One more tournament weekend to go before teams start their zone playoffs.  George Elliott hosts in the Okanagan, Delta hosts in the Lower Mainland, and Oak Bay hosts on the Island.

Author: Dean Weiss

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