LANGLEY — Triple A’s significant change this week is swap between Oak Bay and Claremont after the Barbers upset the Spartans in the final of the Greater Victoria playoffs (18-16 in the deciding set).
LANGLEY — As the second season dawns in B.C. boys high school volleyball, the provincial rankings have expanded to reflect the size of the respective fields at upcoming provincial championships, including the B.C. AA and AAA championships set to run Nov 28-Dec. 1 at the Langley Events Centre. The B.C. Boys Single A tournament runs […]
Here are the latest rankings from all three tiers of B.C. senior boys high school volleyball.The Thompson Rivers WolfPack Invitational this past weekend in Kamloops helped shuffle some teams below Triple A’s top three.There is one more weekend of invitational play remaining before zone tournaments begin.SENIOR BOYSTRIPLE A1 Earl Marriott Mariners (Surrey) (LW-1)2 Van Tech […]
LANGLEY — Stability returned to B.C.’s two largest tiers this past week as no new teams moved into the top five of the AAA and AA senior boys volleyball rankings.
NORTH VANCOUVER — You can’t blame Shon Sim for delighting in the recognition his Argyle Pipers senior boys volleyball team has received since their comet-like arrival on the provincial scene last season.
LANGLEY — Kelowna’s Best of the West Invitational did it best to effect change at both the AAA and AA tiers this past weekend.At AAA, Cranbrook’s Mt. Baker got its first extended crack at B.C’s best and the Wild parlayed their fine play into a rise from honourable mention status to No. 6.As well the […]
LANGLEY — It’s an Okanagan log-jam just outside the top three of this week’s B.C. senior boys AAA volleyball rankings.
VICTORIA — He’s the reigning Vancouver Island AAA MVP in one sport. In another, at it’s 2017 B.C. AAA championship tournament, he was the event’s second-leading scorer. And finally, in the sport of basketball, the one he calls his speciality, he is easily among a handful of the best long-range shooters our province has seen in the […]
LANGLEY — UBC’s Mizuno senior boys invitational, a two-day spectacle featuring the majority of the province’s top talent, had it usual effect on the B.C. rankings.
LANGLEY — There was plenty of jockeying taking place beneath both the Earl Marriott Mariners of Surrey and Langley Christian’s defending champion Lightning, at the respective AAA and AA tiers.