CRCS travels north for Single A’s

The Campbell River Christian School senior girls volleyball team was ranked 12th

The Campbell River Christian School senior girls volleyball team was ranked 12th going in and finished 13th out of 16th in the end at the Single A Girls Volleyball Provincials in Prince George.

The girls had a rough first day and finished fourth in their pool, so they had to play the first place team from another pool in the first round of play-offs (Cedar from Nanaimo).

They took them to the fifth set (they split 2 and 2), but ended up losing a very close fifth set.  They were so close to making the top eight, but then ended up on the B-side.  There, they lost to Golden, but beat Ebenzer and Cedars Christian to end up 13th.

Campbell River was also named the Most Sportsmanlike Team at the tourney.

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