Volleyball

Elgin Park Secondary’s Kendall Homenick makes a play at the net against Richmond’s Steveston-London Secondary during South Fraser championships. (Clinton Johnson photo)

Orcas overcome injuries to win South Fraser volleyball banner

Elgin Park Secondary’s senior boys team now prepares for provincials Dec. 8-11

 

The Earl Marriott Mariners Grade 9 girls celebrate after winning the gold-medal game at provincial championships Saturday in Cloverdale. (Contributed photo)

Earl Marriott Grade 9s capture provincial volleyball banner

South Surrey team pulls off three-peat – winning Surrey, South Fraser and B.C. titles in single year

 

Earl Marriott Secondary's Grade 9 girls volleyball team celebrates a victory. (Contributed photo)

Earl Marriott Mariners take aim at provincial Grade 9 volleyball title

After Surrey, South Fraser banners, girls team enters Cloverdale-hosted provincials as No. 1 seed.

 

A pair of Semiahmoo Thunderbirds make a play at the net during a PAN Classic game Friday afternoon. (Nick Greenizan photo)

South Delta Sun Devils win PAN Classic volleyball tournament

16-team senior girls event staged at Semiahmoo Secondary after one-year hiatus

A pair of Semiahmoo Thunderbirds make a play at the net during a PAN Classic game Friday afternoon. (Nick Greenizan photo)
Elgin Park Secondary’s senior boys volleyball team is ranked No. 2 among B.C. triple-A teams. (Contributed photo)

Elgin Park Orcas seniors boys win first volleyball tournament in ‘long, long time’

South Surrey team sits in No. 2 spot in B.C. triple-A rankings

Elgin Park Secondary’s senior boys volleyball team is ranked No. 2 among B.C. triple-A teams. (Contributed photo)
The Peace Arch News Classic girls volleyball tournament is set to return to South Surrey this month. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Peace Arch News Classic volleyball tournament returns to South Surrey

Longtime girls event set for Oct. 22-23 at Semiahmoo Secondary

The Peace Arch News Classic girls volleyball tournament is set to return to South Surrey this month. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Langley volleyball champion Brie King has always had a musical side, and now she has released an album of original songs, published on all music streaming platforms Friday, Aug. 13. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley volleyball champion releases album of original music

While she was winning volleyball honours, Brie King was also writing songs

Langley volleyball champion Brie King has always had a musical side, and now she has released an album of original songs, published on all music streaming platforms Friday, Aug. 13. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
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Tweedsmuir ‘high flyer’ set to hit court with UFV women’s volleyball team

Recruit Sydney Wright says it’s ‘an exciting opportunity to help build the team in its new division’

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The UFV Cascades women’s volleyball program announced the addition of three players on Nov. 27. (UFV Cascades photo)

UFV women’s volleyball adds three players for 2021

Abbotsford school adds recruits from Surrey, Edmonton and Israel

The UFV Cascades women’s volleyball program announced the addition of three players on Nov. 27. (UFV Cascades photo)
The Pacwest conference has announced all fall sports have been cancelled. (Facebook photo)

B.C.’s Pacwest conference cancels all fall sports

Men’s and women’s soccer, golf, volleyball and basketball will not compete until 2021

The Pacwest conference has announced all fall sports have been cancelled. (Facebook photo)
Surrey’s Kiera Van Ryk in Bergamo team colours, in a photo posted to the Italian volleyball club’s website, volleybergamo.it.

Home from Italy, Surrey volleyball player set for action with national team

Fleetwood’s Kiera Van Ryk went pro with Bergamo team in COVID-shortened season

Surrey’s Kiera Van Ryk in Bergamo team colours, in a photo posted to the Italian volleyball club’s website, volleybergamo.it.
David Carrasco at his new Academy Volleyball facility, located on 52nd Avenue in the southeast area of Cloverdale. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Volleyball club set with six new courts at Surrey business park

‘I wanted to expand programs but couldn’t because there was just no space,’ David Carrasco says

David Carrasco at his new Academy Volleyball facility, located on 52nd Avenue in the southeast area of Cloverdale. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
South Surrey’s Graeme Hughes (centre, No. 6) and Malachi McMullin (No. 14) celebrate with their teammates after the Capilano Blues won a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association men’s volleyball title Saturday in New Brunswick. (SRMPhotography.ca photo)

Surrey coach, players help Capilano Blues win national men’s volleyball title

North Vancouver university captures first CCAA volleyball crown in school history

South Surrey’s Graeme Hughes (centre, No. 6) and Malachi McMullin (No. 14) celebrate with their teammates after the Capilano Blues won a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association men’s volleyball title Saturday in New Brunswick. (SRMPhotography.ca photo)
The Semiahmoo Totems junior team faces off against Unity Christian during last year’s Peace Arch News Classic. (Nick Greenizan photo)

Ten teams set to hit court at Peace Arch News Classic volleyball tournament

Annual event set for South Surrey’s Semiahmoo Secondary

The Semiahmoo Totems junior team faces off against Unity Christian during last year’s Peace Arch News Classic. (Nick Greenizan photo)
UBC Thunderbird Michael Dowhaniuk makes a play at the net against the University of Winnipeg during Canada West action at UBC in February. (Rich Lam/UBC Athletics Photo)

White Rock volleyball player to hit court with Canada’s U21 team

Semiahmoo Secondary grad Michael Dowhaniuk part of junior national team currently in Peru

UBC Thunderbird Michael Dowhaniuk makes a play at the net against the University of Winnipeg during Canada West action at UBC in February. (Rich Lam/UBC Athletics Photo)
A picture of the Holy Cross high school grade eight girls volleyball team (Submitted photo)

Watch out for the girls volleyball team from Holy Cross

‘This is the best grade eight team I’ve ever coached,’ says Beauchamp

A picture of the Holy Cross high school grade eight girls volleyball team (Submitted photo)
Kristen Moncks is one of two women on Team Canada who attended Trinity Western University in Langley. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)

Former Langley students help Team Canada win first international game

The NORCECA Women’s Continental Championships feature six teams, including Team Canada.

Kristen Moncks is one of two women on Team Canada who attended Trinity Western University in Langley. (Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance)