Teams are seeded in power pools for the initial round-robin.  Pool winners will move up, 4th in pool will move down, to set the brackets for the round of 16- see info below. Tournament hosted by Pacific Christian – BC Boys AA Volleyball Provincials 2021 – Pacific Christian School

Langley Christian pumped up during a recent Home Game!

#4 ranked Langley Christian pumped up and getting together to celebrate during a recent Home Game! Photo: Dilan Bandara

Tournament SEED


Pool A
1 MEI EV 1
2 PCS VI 1
3 Duchess Park NC 1
4 Langley Christian EV 2
Pool B
5 College Heights NC 2
6 Summerland TOK 1
7 Seaton TOK 2
8 Pacific Academy SF 1
Pool C
9 Revelstoke TOK 3
10 Lambrick Park VI 2
11 SMUS VI 3
12 Gladstone VS2S 1
Pool D
13 McRoberts SF 2
14 Smithers NW 1
15 Selkirk KT 1
16 Point Grey VS2S 2



AAA Tournament SEED


Pool A
1 Kelowna TOK 1 (host)
2 Claremont VI 1
3 Elgin Park SF 1
4 McMath SF 2
Pool B
5 Steveston SF 3
6 Argyle VS2S 1
7 Penticton TOK 2
8 Burnaby Central FN 1
Pool C
10 Fraser Heights SF 4
11 Oak Bay VI 2
12 Moscrop FN 2
Pool D
13 Sahali TOK 4
14 David Thompson VS2S 2
15 Reynolds VI 3
16 Walnut Grove EV 1
Pool E
17 Kwantlen Park SF 5
18 Dover Bay VI 4
19 Prince George NC 1
20 Belmont VI 5
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2021 AAA Boys Provincial Championships Bulletin #2

2021 AAA Boys Provincial Championships Bulletin #2

2021 AAA Boys Provincial Championships Bulletin #2


Tournament Information:  https://bchighschoolboysvolleyball.com/


Hotel Information:

Tournament Hotel

Sandman Hotel & Suites Kelowna

Accommodation Reservations

Sunney Engstrom

Regional Sales Manager

250 980 3154



Please let them know you are booking for the AAA Boys Volleyball Provincial Championships when you book your rooms!



We will send these out ASAP and list them on the BCSS website and/or BC Boys Volleyball website.

Update is that the Kootenay berth has been declined by Mt. Baker Secondary.  I will be meeting with the ranking committee on Sunday, November 21st?



The final draw will be sent out & posted on BC Boys Volleyball website & BCSS website once seeding is completed.


Team Check-in/Photos & Rosters

**A reminder to teams that photos and logos must be sent to BCSS on or before November 22nd at 11:59pm. 


Teams need to check-in on Tuesday, November 30th between 7 – 7:30 pm in order to pickup their packages and be prepared for the 8pm Coaches Meeting.



At this we are still limited to 1 parent/player in order to meet the requirements agreed upon by Interior Health, School District #23, BCSS and KSS administration.  Teams will be provided with 12 “Guest Passes” for their team.


Provincials Clothing Orders

Provided by One Team Sports.  Please click the link below to complete your team’s order for T-shirts & Hoodies.


Each school will be given a code to use for their team order.  Only the coach can place this order & you will be invoiced by BCSS.



Invoicing for the registration ($450.00) will be through BCSS.  You will be invoiced directly for the entry fee this year.

2021 Championship Bulletin #2

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Elliot rallies to advance

Elliot rallies to advance

Morgan Elliot

Morgan Nichols (8) from George Elliot. [Photo credits to Paul Yates]

By Bob Carter

Seventh seed George Elliot overcame a poor start to turn back McRoberts in four sets Thursday in AA and advance to a night quarterfinal against Fraser Valley rival Pacific Academy. The score was 25-27, 25-18, 25-23, 25-17.

After dropping the first set, the Coyotes got back in form.

“McRoberts played well — great defense and ball control,” Elliot coach Chris Frehlick said. “But in the first set we many so many errors. We talked about it and rather than hitting bad sets out, we started keeping the ball in play.”

The Coyotes also began running their middle attack more.

“Both middles (Trevor Jones and Keenan Ladd) are new to the sport, and they played well. They got some important kills and blocks.”

Pacific Academy, seeded second, beat Prince Charles in three sets.

Top seed MEI also swept past Charles Hayes, earning a quarterfinal meeting against WL Seaton.
Seaton, seeded eighth, beat Pacific Christian in four sets, winning the third 29-27.

Other winners in AA were Langley Fundamental, College Heights, Fulton and third seed Langley Christian.

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