Volleyball team off to Provincials

The Campbell River Christian School girl’s volleyball team is going to the Provincial Championships – but they took the hard route.

The Campbell River Christian School girl’s volleyball team is going to the Provincial Championships – but they took the hard route.

Last weekend the Single “A” girls team finished third at the Island championships. The team had finished second in its pool and then crossed over to play the third place team (Queen Margaret) from the other pool.  Christian School beat Queen Margaret in two straight and then went on to play Duncan Christian in the semi-finals.  Christian School lost to Duncan in three games. In the bronze medal game, Christian School beat Lake Cowichan in two, just like at North Islands.  For Single “A” girls volleyball, since the Island is so strong, the top two teams make provincials automatically.  The third place team goes to a wild card tourney.

In the wild card tourney, held on Monday, Christian School went on to victory against Langley Christian and West Point Grey, advancing Campbell River into the Provincial Championships Dec. 1-3 in Prince George.

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