Lake Country's George Elliot Coyotes dropped three slots to No. 7 in the B.C. AA rankings. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
Feature High School Boys Volleyball

10.24.17: Another new No. 1 at AAA, Mt. Baker, Marriott, Oak Bay Seaquam the Big 4

OK, so what’s trending this week in the world of B.C. boys high school volleyball?

How about two teams from Delta in the Triple A Top six?

And how about Surrey’s Earl Marriott Mariners parlaying a nice showing in Kamloops at a tourney hosted by Thompson Rivers University into a rise to No. 2?

Here’s our weekly look at the provincial rankings courtesy of B.C. Boys High School Volleyball:


1. Mt. Baker Wild (Cranbrook) (LW-2) 

2. Earl Marriott Mariners (Surrey) (3)

3. Oak Bay Barbers (Victoria) (4) 

4. Seaquam Seahawks (North Delta) (5) 

5. Mt. Boucherie Bears (Kelowna) (1) 

6. Delta Pacers (13)

7. Van Tech Talismen (Vancouver) (6)

8. Royal Bay Ravens (Victoria) (7) 

9. Kelowna Owls (8) 

10. Penticton Lakers (9)

11. Okanagan Mission Huskies (Kelowna) (10)

12. Semiahmoo Totems (Surrey) (15) 

13. David Thompson Trojans (Vancouver) (11) 

14. Reynolds Roadrunners (Victoria) (12) 

15. Centennial Centaurs (Coquitlam) (14) 

Honourable mention —Killarney Cougars (Vancouver) (HM), Elgin Park Orcas (Surrey) (HM), Moscrop Panthers (Burnaby) (NR)


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

2. Abbotsford Christian Knights (3) 

3. Langley Christian Lightning (2)

4. MEI Eagles (Abbotsford) (6)

5. Richmond Christian Eagles (5)

6. Prince Charles Comets (Creston) (8) 

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

8. College Heights Cougars (Prince George) (7) 

9. W.L. Seaton Sonics (Vernon) (10) 

10. D.P. Todd Trojans (Prince George) (HM)

Honourable mention —Surrey Christian Falcons (NR), Pacific Christian Pacers (Victoria) (9), Pacific Academy Breakers (Surrey) (HM)

Dropped out — Gulf Islands Scorpions (HM)

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