Ladner's Delta Pacers check in at No. 12 in the B.C. senior boys Triple A volleyball rankings. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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10.11.17: B.C. senior boys Top 10 volleyball rankings

The roller-coaster ride that often hits the provincial rankings over the first few weekends of the season seemed to settle over the past seven days.

Surrey’s Earl Marriott Mariners and the Seaquam Seahawks of North Delta maintained their top two ranking in Triple A with only mild changes beneath.

And in Double A, Prince George’s Duchess Park Condors continue to lead the way as the status quo reigned over the top five programs.

Here’s our weekly look:


1. Earl Marriott Mariners (Surrey) (LW-1)

2. Seaquam Seahawks (North Delta) (2) 

3. Oak Bay Barbers (Victoria) (4) 

4. Kelowna Owls (3)

5. Mt. Boucherie Bears (Kelowna) (7)

6. Mt. Baker Wild (Cranbrook) (5)

7. Van Tech Talismen (Vancouver) (6)

8. David Thompson Trojans (Vancouver) (8)

9. Royal Bay Ravens (Victoria) (9)

10. Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (10)

11. Penticton Lakers (11)

12. Delta Pacers (12)

13. Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (13)

14. Okanagan Mission Huskies (Kelowna) (14)

15. Killarney Cougars (Vancouver) (15)

Honourable mention — Semiahmoo Totems (Surrey) (HM), Elgin Park Orcas (Surrey) (HM)

Dropped out — Fraser Heights Firehawks (Surrey) (HM)


1. Duchess Park Condors (Prince George) (LW-1) 

2. Langley Christian Lightning (2)

3. Richmond Christian Eagles (3)

4. George Elliot Coyotes (Lake Country) (4)

5. College Heights Cougars (Prince George) (5)

6. Abbotsford Christian Knights (7) 

7. MEI Eagles (Abbotsford) (6)

8. Prince Charles Comets (Creston) (8) 

9. Pacific Christian Pacers (Victoria) (9)

10. W.L. Seaton Sonics (Vernon) (10)

Honourable mention — Gulf Islands Scorpions (HM), D.P. Todd Trojans (Prince George) (NR)

Dropped out —J.N. Burnett Breakers (Richmond) (HM)

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