CRCS girls have shot at provincials

Campbell River Christian School (CRCS) hosted the North Island Championships for Single “A” Girls

Campbell River Christian School (CRCS) hosted the North Island Championships for Single “A” Girls.

In CRCS’ pool play, they beat Nanaimo Christian and Chemainus, and lost in three to Duncan Christian, to place second in their pool.  In play-offs, they beat Queen Margaret, and then lost to Cedar who went on to win the tourney. In the bronze medal match, CRCS beat Lake Cowichan in two games straight to win the bronze medal.  They have Islands in Cedar this upcoming weekend.  The Island is very strong in Single “A” Girls, and therefore has received one of the performance berths for provincials.  Therefore, at Islands, the top two teams (not one) automatically get to go to provincials, and the third place will play in a wildcard tourney against Fraser Valley #3 and Lower Mainland #2 for one of the wildcard spots for provincials. CRCS has a great chance to make provincials this year which will be hosted in Prince George the first weekend in December.

Yesterday and today, Phoenix and CRCS co-host the Grade 8 boys volleyball Area 3’s.

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