Langley Fundamental’s Jacob Bernardin (left) and Noah Wylie hit the deck during day one of the BC boys high school AA volleyball championships last week at the Langley Events Centre. The Titans placed ninth. John Morrow Black Press

Trio of Langley teams return with top 10 finishes

Credo Christian senior girls place sixth at provincials, while both Langley Secondary and Langley Fundamental finish ninth at respective tourneys

While both Langley Christian Lightning senior teams came home with a pair of provincial titles, three other local squads managed top 10 finishes at their respective B.C. volleyball championship tournaments.

SEE: Jubilation as Lightning senior girls strike for volleyball title

SEE: Langley Christian Lightning strike down Abbotsford Christian Knights

The Credo Christian Kodiaks placed sixth at the BC Single A senior girls championships in Fernie with Rebekkah Allison earning a second team-star award.

The Kodiaks had finished third at the Fraser Valley championships.

And at the AAA senior girls championships in Vancouver, the Langley Saints — fresh off a Fraser Valley championship banner — placed ninth overall.

And closer to home at the Langley Events Centre, the Langley Fundamental Titans also placed ninth in the senior boys AA championships. The Titans had finished fourth at last month’s Fraser Valley championships.


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