Top 10 finish for U14 Crush girls

The Campbell River Crush Chaos U14 girls came home from the volleyball provincials in Kelowna with a well deserved 10th place finish

The Campbell River Crush Chaos U14 girls came home from the volleyball provincials in Kelowna with a well deserved 10th place finish.

After placing first in the Islands and dominating the local courts during the season, CR Chaos, coached by Jacquie Chase, played well in the division 1 Pool and the Tier 1 finals.

Ranked first in their pool the Campbell River Chaos dominated Kelowna Kraze 25-7 and 25-17.  BCO Rage was defeated in straight sets 25-17 and 25-13.

When up against Seaside Surf the girls struggled with a 10-25 loss, a 25-16 win and a heartbreaking 12-15 finish.  Once the dust settled Campbell River Chaos advanced to the playoffs having captured first in their pool. Playoffs began late Saturday with a tough match against BCO Ice losing 22-25 and 15-25.

The girls returned Sunday morning with determination and defeated White Rock 25-20 and 25-19.  The last playoff battle was against the Focus Mad Hitters. CR Chaos won the first game 25-22 but dropped the next two games 23-25 and 12-15 for a 10th place finish of the 56 teams in Kelowna.

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