Wolves host top volleyball squads

Eight of the top teams in B.C. are here to compete against Timberline and Carihi

The Timberline Wolves Senior Girls volleyball team is hosting its annual tournament this weekend.

Eight of the top teams in B.C. are here: Hugh McRoberts of Richmond, currently ranked third in the BC AAA rankings, Lambrick Park of Victoria, second in AA; Highland, fourth in AA; and Ballenas, fifth in AAA will join the eighth-ranked Wolves for a great weekend of volleyball. Carihi, not currently ranked, placed ahead of Timberline at their last two tournaments and is very competitive.

Games start today at 1:30 p.m, with Carihi taking on Ballenas. The last match of Friday features Timberline vs Claremont and is set to go at 7:20 p.m. Play resumes at 9 a.m. Saturday morning with the finals at 3 p.m.

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