2018 AWARDS
Dec01

2018 AWARDS

Key Sponsors:  In particular we would  like to thank our Corporate Sponsors: Kahunaverse Sports                      Ricoh Canada BC School Sports                            Baden Sports Volleyball BC Additional support was provided by the following Key Sponsors. GLC Solutions                                  Elkay Development Schill Insurance                               Township of Langley Sandman Hotel Group                 ...

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Knights blow past Elliot for AA Title
Dec01

Knights blow past Elliot for AA Title

By Bob Carter High school sports can take strange and winding turns, full of bumps and bruises. Sometimes the changes lead to howling success — witness Abby Christian’s side in the Kahunaverse Sports BC Volleyball Championships. The Knights, AA silver medalists a year ago, rallied past a highly skilled George Elliot team in four sets Saturday to win the AA title. ResultsTeam1234TOutcomeAbby Christian262525253WinGeorge...

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Lightning re-set, take AA bronze
Dec01

Lightning re-set, take AA bronze

By Bob Carter Langley Christian’s Caleb Kastelein finished the season Saturday at Langley Events Centre the way he played all year, with a strong performance. The Grade 12’s hit off a blocker completed a 3-0 victory over College Heights that gave LCS the AA bronze medal at the Kahunaverse Sports BC Volleyball Championships. “He has been so good all year long, but he hasn’t gotten the recognition that others have,” Lightning coach...

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Elliot, ACS advance to AA finals
Nov30

Elliot, ACS advance to AA finals

By Bob Carter                 ResultsTeam12345TOutcomeCollege Heights Cougars22162625152LossGeorge Elliot25252423173Win George Elliot and Abby Christian will meet for the AA title Saturday at the Kahunaverse Sports BC Volleyball Championships. Both survived critical moments in Friday’s semifinals. ACS rallied to defeat Fraser Valley rival Langley Christian in four sets after nearly being down 2-0, ending the dream of a third...

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Knights edge MEI in 5, gain semi-finals
Nov29

Knights edge MEI in 5, gain semi-finals

By Bob Carter Abby Christian coach Anthony Jansen expected Thursday night’s AA quarterfinal match against MEI to be a super battle, and he was right. The Knights edged out a tense, five-set victory after being down 2-1 in sets and advanced to play Langley Christian Friday. LCS beat Kelly Road 3-0 in its quarterfinal. With ACS trailing 12-10 in the fifth, Jansen called a time-out. “I just reminded them to focus on the next point,” he...

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