After a crazy week of ups and down in the B.C. senior boys AAA volleyball rankings, Surrey's Semiahmoo Totems are back in the Top 15. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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10.17.17 BC boys volleyball AAA rankings: Top 15 features 15 changes from last week

If there has been a week with more movement in the top 15 than this past week at the Triple A level, please let us know. Not only did Kelowna’s Mt. Boucherie Bears and the Mt. Baker Wild of Cranbrook take huge climbs to the top of the charts based on their excellence at this […]

Lake Country's George Elliot Coyotes, pictured last Friday at War Memorial Gymnasium, maintained their spot in the top four of the B.C. Double A rankings this week following their performance at the UBC Invitational. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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10.05.17 edition: Huge changes in Top 15 mark Week 2 of senior boys AAA volleyball season

Welcome to the second B.C. senior varsity boys volleyball rankings of the season. The long season will always provide correction and recalibration, but for this week, the Triple A rankings have gone topsy-turvy with two top-five teams falling to honourable mention status and another dropping out of the rankings all together.

UBC Okanagan Heat grad Brianna Beamish is now a national team member set to play for France's RC Cannes. (UBC Okanagan athletics photo)
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Brianna Beamish: Singular purpose carries ex-UBC O Heat star to new heights

SURREY — Brianna Beamish has been handed a lot of different roles throughout her volleyball career but none say more about her singular impact than the script which calls for her to maintain her true identity.“I have always had a team-first mentality and I firmly believe that a player should do whatever they can to […]

The St. George's Saints topped Oak Bay on Thursday by scoring four unanswered second-half tries. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Saints take Oak Bay’s home-run try to heart, turn on jets for Quad A final rematch with Shawnigan

ABBOTSFORD — The Shawnigan Lake Stags didn’t need any cues to ignite their attack on Thursday, their 108-13 win over Surrey’s Earl Marriott Mariners a reminder to everyone just who the No. 1 program in the province is.

North Vancouver's Carson Graham Eagles topped Vancouver's Lord Byng Grey Ghosts in Lower Mainland Triple A quarterfinal play on Thursday at Seycove. (Photo -- Blair Shier for www.blair.photo)
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05.14.17 edition: Varsity Letters’ B.C High School Rugby Report

Welcome to another edition of Varsity Letter’s B.C. High School Rugby Report. This week we cover playoff action from the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island.