Shalene Reimer of the Pacific Academy Breakers plays the ball during the Fraser Valley Championship tournment in Langley. Reimer was a tournament all-star

Seahawks claim gold, Breakers, Nightriders earn silver

Seaquam, Pacific Academy to host provincial volleyball championships

The Seaquam Seahawks lived up to their provincial ranking Monday, sweeping the Clayton Heights Nightriders 3-0 in the Senior AAA final of the Fraser Valley girls high school volleyball playoffs at the Langley Events Centre.

Tamara Clarke of Seaquam was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the playoff, while teammate Leah Martin and Amy Davidson were selected to the all-star team.

The Seahawks, ranked second in the province among Senior AAA teams, will host the B.C. championship tournament Nov. 28-30.

The Nightriders will also be at the provincial tournament after placing second at the Fraser Valley zone playoff. Clayton Heights placed Keira Fisher and Taylor Duhamel on the all-star team.

A second Surrey school won a silver medal in the Senior AA category, as the Pacific Academy Breakers fell 3-0 to Langley Fundamental. Chloe Stone and Shalene Reimer were on the all-star team for Pacific Academy, who were ranked second in the provincial poll, one place ahead of Langley Fundamental.

The Breakers are the host for the SeniorAA provincial tournament, also to be played Nov. 28-30.

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